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Research Intern (Current Employee) –  New Brunswick, NJJanuary 23, 2014
Great place with good people and good working environment. However, they do not offer their interns full time positions but rather hire externally. It is frustrating because I spent almost all of my undergraduate career as an intern with colgate and upon graduation, they are not willing to offer me a full time position but, at the same time, they just hired three new people externally.
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good place, good work environment
Cons
upper-managerment could do better
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plant closed
PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) –  Jeffersonville, INApril 19, 2018
Collaborated with Supervisors across multiple departments, resulting in improved efficiency and on-time delivery.
Led through plant closing by focusing on employee morale that maintained Operation Efficiency Standards and key performance metrics despite shutdown.
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good pay
Cons
union and closed
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Learning on the go
Customer Development Intern (Former Employee) –  Guaynabo, PRApril 16, 2018
This a great company to start your career with an internship. You do learn a lot with hands on experiences. It is also great with career advancement. Too bad it changes too much.
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Samples and learning
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Politics
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