Cue Health
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Machine Operator in San Diego, CA
on January 23, 2023
Management would change schedule at any given moment , during last week of December had us use pto. Little to no room for advancement unless you are a favorite
Research Technician in San Diego, CA
on January 8, 2023
First, I'll say that the review posted on December 5th, 2022, is pretty spot-on. That's a shame, because I left Cue almost a year before that, and it looks like nothing changed. If you're a recent grad with little industry experience, got for it. They pay well and have great benefits for entry level. There are frequent potlucks and food provided by the company. There's a lot of opportunity for overtime too, which can be nice. Cue was really a great place to work when I first started. As soon as they went public there was a shift to a more rigid corporate style which sucked a lot of the fun out of the environment. They started forming a hierarchy among coworkers of the same position that was clearly not based on merit or potential. The environment became incredibly ingenuine and toxic, and those who were the most willing to play the faking game rose while those who genuinely wanted to focus on doing actual work instead of wasting time announcing every single task they completed to get on management's good side were cast aside. I will say that they do put a lot of money into making their employees happy. Lots of food, nice workspaces and what not. They really do take care of you in that sense. But the culture? Yikes!
Technician in San Diego, CA
on December 10, 2022
If your job title working here is a machine operator, goodluck being respected and having any authority. You are just viewed as a low worker in this company. No point in trying to move up here unless you are "friends" with higher-ups. You can do everything you're told and go beyond your job title and still get chosen over someone else who is underqualified because they realize they rather have someone else who doesnt have what it takes to do their job and eventually replace them.
Technician in San Diego, CA
on December 5, 2022
Company culture is not a concern in reality for the company as Cue is bleeding financially. HR and executives constantly repeat PR scripted messages to their employees with no emotion about how they care when in reality voices are not being heard. This in return is creating more and more dissatisfied employees and employees leaving the company. All talk no action. Promotion within the company is impossible unless you have or had a personal relationship with upper management. The only thing that comes to you if you do good work is an increased workload without any compensation or recognition, meaning you are penalized for doing good work. Diversity is non-existent as directors hire their old co-workers/friends who have no clue what they are in charge of for senior management positions over those that have invested years at Cue. One word to describe career opportunities is favoritism. HR is not there for their employees if anything for their own personal gains. Their favorite choice of response to concerns or questions is "I will look into that" or "I will get back to you on that", and they never do. For those that are looking to apply, or in the process of getting promoted, be prepared to get lowballed. Use this company to build your resume and experience, don't plan to stay long-term. Advice for the company, if the company continues down this path there will be no more good employees left. News flash, all of those that are in senior positions are building their resume to get ready to leave Cue, they do not care about the company's future and those that work under them can see right through it. Restructure is desperately needed if the company wants to move up to the next level. Seniors and upper management at Cue are cancer to the company that is slowly killing your company.
Manufacturing Trainer in Vista, CA
on November 3, 2022
What is the best part of working at the company?Good working environment. Free snacks. 12 hour shiftsWhat is the most stressful part about working at the company?Lack of workWhat is the work environment and culture like at the company?It’s good working for cue Health, depending on your position there can be very useful perks.

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