7-Sigma
3.2 out of 5 stars.
Write a review

7-Sigma Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    Minneapolis, MN
  • Link
    7-Sigma website
Learn more

Salaries

Salary estimated from 74 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 11 reviews and is evolving.

5.0020194.0020205.0020212.002022

Reviews

Production Worker in Minneapolis, MN
on May 18, 2022
I love the place, it's small and personable with great team.The company is one of the best especially in the simulation arena. The company suffered a loss recently due to a fire but quickly recovered and is doing quite well despite challenges.One of the best places to work!
Manikin Operator in Minneapolis, MN
on May 18, 2022
First of all, their COVID policy on their current job postings (as of 05/2022) are incorrect. Upper management does not enforce masking for unvaccinated employees and they create a sense of shame for those who continue to mask in the workplace, despite employees expressing concern about COVID spread. Ironic for a facility that makes medical manikins with COVID/ SARS 2 saliva spray.I had high hopes while working at 7-Sigma and worked for some time at a rate below what I considered fair compensation for my skillset, because I (stupidly) assumed my efforts and the efforts of my coworkers would be recognized at the appropriate review periods. After conversing with employees who had been there decades longer than I had and learning that our wage gap was significantly smaller than I had anticipated, I became concerned.Manikin department was a lovely place to work since the people hired for that team were brought on with the intent to forge ahead and work collaboratively to make the product better than it had ever been. Unfortunately, the dated hierarchical nature of senior management prevented the department from making much needed improvements for MONTHS. And when changes were made, the operators weren’t acknowledged for their efforts as the driving force those changes.There is a seriously toxic culture of classism and white collar vs blue collar at 7-Sigma. The CEO told employees to their faces that he didn’t consider them well educated, despite the years of experience and diverse skill sets the employees brought to the workplace. 7-Sigma would be nothing without its employees. I’m glad I left when I did, and that I’m “well educated” enough to be in my current field of work (which pays significantly better, and is unionized).
Employee in Minneapolis, MN
on May 13, 2022
In my experience, 7S3 has seen a monumental decline in revenue, which pushed production to our limits to make up for the loss without valid results. Little verbal instructions for work procedures coupled with constant procedural changes from different managers and engineers. These issues made it incredibly frustrating for the department and virtually impossible to get anything fully completed, ever. Furthermore, in the last few months, there has been little support and the energy is at an all-time low. The director of 7S3, who was fundamental to the manikin department, recently walked out and never returned. For what seems like good reason, employees are leaving in each department. Even HR resigned months ago. HR/they were the only individual in power at the company we felt comfortable conversing with and was never replaced. If you do apply at 7S3, be conscious of their appealing tactics during the interview or what they may promise you. I was told I would be doing something completely different when hired than what I ended up doing. Annual reviews and raises will fall through the cracks... if any are even given, at all, after years of work at 7S3. The CEO doesn't want to pay people more money after they are hired. Sadly, as much as I had high hopes for my future at 7S3, I wouldn't recommend working here anymore.
Employee in Minneapolis, MN
on April 27, 2022
You'd get more out of life staring at a wall or licking the floor, than working for this company. This place will suck the life out of you. There are no valid excuses as to why this type of behavior continues in the workplace in 2022. Aside from the utter and intentional disrespect that you'll receive, get ready for the shockingly horrible communication skills from management. Additionally, false promises, delays, and excessive burnout. From 2019 to 2021, there were no wage increases — only wage reductions for all employees. I am deeply disheartened that I squandered my time at a company that ultimately unveiled its ugly head. Working in a building that was mainly burned down with no flooring in the office areas for this long is unacceptable.
Leadership in Minneapolis, MN
on July 19, 2021
Every job can be stressful and we all have good days and bad days. However, when you like the job you do and the people you work with, the tough days are a little easier to handle.A good team environment and management knows the importance of life outside the office.

What would you say about your employer?

Help fellow job seekers by sharing your unique experience.

Questions and answers

People have asked 12 questions about working at 7-Sigma. See the answers, explore popular topics and discover unique insights from 7-Sigma employees.

See questions about:

  • Interviews
  • Attire
  • Benefits
  • Dress Code
  • Hiring Process
  • Part Time Jobs
  • Salaries
  • Union
  • Working Environment
  • Work from Home
  • Working Hours
  • Work Life Balance

Interview insights

Insights from 8 Indeed users who have interviewed with 7-Sigma within the last 5 years.

Favorable experience
Interview is easy

Common questions about 7-Sigma

7-Sigma locations

What's being discussed at 7-Sigma?

Select a topic to see what people are saying about different issues

  • Companies
  • 7-Sigma