Be at your best
Answered - Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) - Mesa, AZ
Just have little knowledge of the company products
Answered - Material Handler I (Former Employee) - Elgin, IL
Provide clear and concise answers, and ask questions that require clear and concise answers.
Answered - System Technologist (Current Employee) - Denver, CO
Be under 30, single and willing to work 70+ hours a week.
Answered - Proposal Manager (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA
Just know your fundamentals and you should be fine. They know they can't get the best anymore because they don't want pay for it anymore, so they settle for mediocre staff when they can't find the best.
Answered - Senior Staff Software Engineer (Former Employee) - Schaumburg, IL
Step up and out of there as quickly as possible.
Answered - Order Picker (Former Employee) - Fort Worth, TX
Be honest and open about your personal abilities and willingness to "roll up your sleeves and do what needs to be done "
Answered - SR. QUALITY ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN (Current Employee) - Holtsville, NY
Be a team player...
Always show up for work....
Participant in solving problems..
Be willing to learn...
Answered - Stock Associate (Former Employee) - Florida and Arizona
Simple be a team player and really take pride in your job
Answered - Diffusion Operator (Former Employee) - Mesa, AZ
If they were still around, learn as much as possible. Invest
Answered - Machine Operator (Former Employee) - Norcross, GA