Crew Leader (Former Employee) – Glens Falls, NY – August 11, 2018
Under staffed, tons of mandatory over time. Poor management. Good paid time off. Poor to moderate health benefits. If you're single, need a job/money, don't mind working 50-60 hours a week, need manufacturing experience then it might be for you.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – county line road – September 2, 2018
great place to work wish i still worked there, weekends off i loved it, made me feel good to make a product to help lives of people are easy to get along with i work well with others making products to save lives is totally amazing great feeling to build these products
I would not recommend anyone to work here. It's very stressful and a very hostile work environment.
Crew Leader/Trainer (Current Employee) – Glens Falls, NY – July 25, 2018
People are allowed to mistreat people in the most disrespectful manner and management does nothing about it. Managers do not care about the work environment in which their employees work, It is very hostile and stressful. You are viewed as a trouble maker if you try to work with integrity and bring unacceptable behaviors to managers attention. They do not want to deal with important issues concerning the environment that their employees are working in. It's sad , very sad.
Very stressful. Management didnt follow rescrictions.
Oncology packaging (Former Employee) – Glens Falls, NY – February 14, 2018
I got hurt and was put on a chair restriction which said I had to sit to do my job. They kept trying to take the chair away. Than they fired me for speaking up that Im suppose to follow my doctors orders and they didnt care.
Shipping and Receiving Clerk (Former Employee) – Manchester, GA – February 6, 2018
Angiodynamics was a wonderful place to work at.Angiodynamics is a leading provider of innovative, minimally invasive medical devices for vascular access, peripheral vascular disease surgery, and oncology .
Production Operator (Former Employee) – Queensbury, Glens Falls – December 16, 2017
my supervisor worked very hard with us to make sure we hit our efficiencies number. the town hall meeting is where we learned exactly where we ranked by management/ceo, 1 customer , 2 share holder, 3 production worker. management does not value the production workers at all. we continue to lose production people and supervisors and the ones that remain are expected to pick up the slack or get fired. the new hr manager in glens falls is really out of touch with the us. this was a bad change. things would be much better if they would listen to the production workers, thry never do and we take the blame for bad product. things have gone down hill fast since angiodynamics bought us.
Crew Leader (Former Employee) – Glens Falls, NY – September 9, 2017
I liked working there it was a fast pass job and that is what I was used too. I worked all week and usually had weekends off. Great medical benefits and a 401k that they matched. People were good to me a real connection.
Executive Assistant (Current Employee) – Latham, NY – May 19, 2017
Great people at AngioDynamics, and a new management team is now putting together revised strategic plans. It has been difficult in terms of stressfulness, but the outcome I believe will be a much better plan for the future at the company.
Material Handler/Shipping (Current Employee) – Queensbury, NY – April 1, 2017
Overtaxed coordinaters, while supervisors are focused on number and are not seeing the process. Low pay for critically important work. If I were a patient, I would specify another firms product. Most co-workers take pride in their job, while others are there to work as little as possible and get paid.. Unless management and HR make a drastic change in their viewpoint, this company will not survive the next five years.
Production Assembler (Current Employee) – Glens Falls, NY – January 22, 2017
The work is extremely fast paced, you have efficiencies to make and you are reprimanded for not reaching them and not rewarded at all if you do. Coworkers are very friendly but management leaves much to be desired. It is consistently stated by others that other angiodynamics locations are more lax and more rewarding. Not a bad job necessarily but I don't expect to be treated like anything more than a number while I'm there. The benefits are truly what make this job worth it.
Paid vacation, personal time, holidays, Health insurance, Plenty of good benefits, Solid hours.
Expected to make efficiencies even during breaks, Management unfriendly and unappreciative, Mandatory overtime can last for months at a time.
Packing inspection (Former Employee) – Queenbury ny – September 23, 2016
They don't work with anybody with a disability. I have bad foot and knees and there was no sitting. I asked and I was told No. Even w/ jobs that u could do sitting, like stuffing bags. Most workers ,,nice.
Nice, people for the most part
Dont work with a person's disabilities. No sitting
Production Associate (Former Employee) – Queensbury, NY – March 14, 2016
Not a friendly work environment because their is a lot of issues with this company. The pay is very low for most of the production jobs you definitely can't support a family working there you have to rely on overtime to survive. Management and HR could care less about the employees they are aware of the issues and the morale there and do nothing about it. The employees are never kept in the loop when it comes to changes.