Quality Technician I (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – July 13, 2018
Very well organized work atmosphere, with room to advance your career per applying for opportunities that are posted internally as well as externally. Would suggest to others with the right credentials to apply for posted positions
Volunteer (Current Employee) – Ben Taub General Hospital – July 9, 2018
Work at Harris is not too stressful. It is in its average pace. Everyday I learn new things because of patient's quick transition. The Registered Nurses that I shadow on the IMU work so hard and show professional attitudes and excellent skills.
ADMIN (Current Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – January 5, 2018
It is a slow-paced office job. There is no excitement or culture at Harris. Misplaced management that does not understand the jobs which they oversee. The secretary at the front desk is consistently monitoring who comes in and out, asking where you're going/where you've been and will report it to higher-ups. Rigid policies on PTO, not flexible whatsoever with working from home.
Across the street from Summit Brewing, lots of opportunities to volunteer
Poor culture, communication and PTO policies. No work from home opportunities
Maintenance Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – December 4, 2017
Great team of people to work with but the service was overpriced and what we were offering was difficult to quantify without ascertaining some specific information. Tons and tons of leg work to build a proposal and our pricing was not competitive to the local market.
Genuinely nice people
Consultative sell that required intense amounts of information gathering
Administrative Support (Current Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – May 8, 2017
I have been with Harris for over 10 years and expect/hope to retire from this company. They have always treated me more than fair and have been thoughtful of family and outside work life. I started in administrative type work and been working with some of the same people my whole time here. I have been treated with dignity and respect. I have been offered extra training to help grow in my position. Management and HR have always been there when needed.
Learned a ton of different things throughout career w/Harris.
Warehouse Tool Worker (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – July 6, 2016
Started out my day restocking the fridge with pop, then I would look for orders to pull for customers. If there were any returns during the day, I would write down what tools came back, turn in the paper(s) that I had written on to my boss and he would work on the rest. While working on returning items, I would put the tools back in their respective locations so that we would be able to find them again when needed. If there was an order to do some maintenance around the offices, I would assist in helping get that taken care of.