Production Technician (Current Employee) – Manchester, NH – July 10, 2018
Was once a great place to work, Recent events including a company relocation and complete restructuring of policies has led to complete animosity and a disconnect between operations employees and the management staff. ZERO flexibility with veteran employees on simple requests. Management show complete disregard for the opinions of lower level employees.
Senior PCB Designer (Former Employee) – Foster City, CA – July 3, 2018
interact with engineers, plenty of time to for on projects. new high tech circuitry management understanding of task given and schedule great people to work with, good communication skills Work with great people
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Londonderry, NH – May 25, 2018
poor upper management poor hiring practices. ceo relies on witch doctor for company direction.. Hr is a disrace.. they lost many talented people when they moved. my advice to any one looking to work there is dont
it was a job
poor management decisions that affect the whole company
Investigate problems to determine required repairs. Inspect buildings on regular basis to ensure functionality. Drive and Operate Boom Lift, Scissor Lift, Concrete Cutter, Company Work Vehicle. Cut company costs by repairing items as opposed to replacing with new. Interact with customers to discuss needs. Read blueprints and use computer to complete work orders and order materials.
Electrician (Former Employee) – Centralia, IL – March 27, 2018
Pros: 4 days a week unless ot...then mandatory Fridays for 8 hrs ....pay OK for small family . Cons: insurance not always paid to union from EFI and constant lack of work resulting in any new hires go through lay offs first 5 yrs
Administrative Support (Former Employee) – Meredith, NH – February 9, 2018
Pay and benefits are good and people are generally great to work with. Culturally though it's a make it or break it environment. You need to be capable of succeeding on your own with minimal training or support.
Staff Software Engineer (Former Employee) – Fremont, CA – February 7, 2018
My manager was fun to work with. When needed we worked every night and weekends for months. Can do attitude. Unfortunately in the end there were no new projects on the horizon, workforce was constantly shrinking. When manager left all the fun and excitement ended so it was clear it is time to go.
Collaborative team, new well designed office, nice caffeteria
Software QA Technician I (Current Employee) – Meredith, NH – January 24, 2018
Not sure about other areas, but SQA was pretty close tight knit group. Work was busy but not demanding. Good starting point/stepping stone. Contract and small group made it almost impossible to advance within group. Advancement to other parts of company could be possible
Team Member (Former Employee) – Elkmont, AL – January 8, 2018
To many bosses who don't care about workers, some have to go by rules and some don't, they tell you one thing and do another depending on who you are people walking around with hands in their pockets doing nothing is breaking company
worked many hours as day/week and they wanted more, it was never enough. if you are not a "yes - man" you will not survive. Poor senior leadership, it is all about the revenue, NOT customer or employee satisfaction.