Product Associate in Denver, CO
Great for making money just like any other job and the job itself was fairly easier however leads/supervisors talk about other employees and don’t do much of anything besides take naps in the break room. Coworkers or very cliquey which is unprofessional.
Manufacturing Technician in Denver, CO
The coworkers are nice. Flexibility is required in the manufacturing department due to inventory control problems. Pay is fair and there is ample opportunity to be promoted in the manufacturing department. Supervision is pretty good and always tries to help. It is a pretty hard job and you have to push yourself hard. I am usually exhausted at the end of every day
Current employee in Englewood, CO
When Leiters was a smaller company, they treated their employees a lot better with compensation that was equal to the amount of work and dedication they put in. Now, certain employees with the same job title regardless of who has seniority, are paid $5-$10 more per hour for reasons that are unknown. It seems that the higher-ups at the company couldn’t care less about the people working the physical jobs here. This was made clear when they decided to give everyone a 2% “raise” in 2020, and made it clear that this was going to be the standard every year moving forward. If you reach your 1 year mark with the company, or work overtime every day to get the job done, or go above and beyond what is expected of you, just know that you’ll be getting the same “raise” as the guy next to you who’s only been at the company for 2 months, is late every day, does the bare minimum, and calls in repeatedly. This all starts at the top and the top doesn’t care.
Production Worker in Parker, CO
This place is the absolute worst. The management are clueless and two faced. They will lie to your face and fire anyone at the drop of a hat. They favor certain people over others and let them get away with just about anything. Absolutely no one knows what is going on here. You can expect to never get out of work on time. The thing that I couldn’t stand was the training. They have you shadow with people who you can barely understand and they’re just as new as you are by only a few weeks. And don’t even get me started on all the personal drama. It’s basically high school.
Anonymous in Englewood, CO
Although many companies have struggled to remain open and keep their employees on full time, that hasn't been an issue at Leiters. We make medications that are needed at hospitals, regardless if the need is Covid related or not.The short deadlines can cause stress and depending on hospital needs the priorities shift to meet demand. Management truly care about their employees and the patients. Some of the reviews have been quite harsh regarding management, but if the employees do not voice concerns or issues to their management, the issues can not be addressed or changed if management is unaware there is a problem.Leiters does expect personnel to follow procedures and produce quality medications and they must be able to adjust to changing schedules and meet Quality expectations. Errors are tracked- not to pick on employees but to watch for trends and correct problems before there is a negative impact to product. Leiters is FDA regulated and they must follow and meet FDA regulations and expectations and this expectation is applied to all levels of the organization.