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Great people to work with Very supportive coworkers Great first time intern for an aspiring engineer Learn what it's like to work on a factory floor Learned a lot of about quality engineer and its importance
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Life draining hours and co-workers

While at first glance Anderson has everything you want in a career, until you start there and are not part of the inner circle. you quickly realize it is a dead end. Talent will be suppressed to feed the ego of the programmer. stay away
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A Good Place to be with a Focus on Employee Growth

Company is a good place to work. Like other companies, we have our challenges; updating older processes to modern systems, and dealing with growing pains are a few. Management works as a cohesive team and does talk to their staff to solicit ideas to make things better. At times management may be very busy and sometimes struggle to follow through. (these are the growing pains) These are opportunities for others to rise to the top and help their manager and this usually results in an internal promotion for that person. I have seen many individuals promoted (over 40 in the past 4 years) The majority of the employees work very well together and don't mind helping others out and that is very nice to have. Everyone wants you to succeed and is willing to put in effort to help that happen. The mentality "your problem is my problem and I will help you" is how we operate. Overall benefits are good. Company covers 100% of medical premiums for the high deductible plan and that is a great benefit. Vacation time is okay, management made some improvements to the vacation policy a few years ago and that was a good move but still think more time should be given sooner than it is. The company also offers PTO/Sick Time so that balances out the vacation. They are also family oriented and work with you if something unexpected comes up. That is greatly appreciated! Anderson also offers LTD and STD as well as dental, vision, 401K with match, and tuition reimbursement if you want to continue your degree. Not sure what more there could be! Work is fast paced and you often need to shift - 

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Great people, company willing to try new things, advancement

Cons

Shifting priorities, challenging "Made to order" business model
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Great company to work for!

We have great benefits here at Anderson and the employees are a pleasure to work with. The company baseball game this year was a blast, the shop is already asking for another chance at the trophy. The company picnics are always a great time with tons of prizes that range from gift cards to a hot air balloon ride to a 42" TV. The management team is great to work with and learn from.
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4.0 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
4.7 out of 5 stars for Compensation/Benefits
4.0 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3.3 out of 5 stars for Management
3.8 out of 5 stars for Culture

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