Cut throat business. Key on bottom line performance
Senior Buyer (Former Employee) – Cortland, NY – July 16, 2018
I worked 23+ years for this company with lots of opportunity to grow with the company. Due to management changes and restructuring my position was "eliminated". Then within 6 months the company sold the business to Danaher. Many people making good salaries were terminated to groom the bottom line financials to facilitate the sale of the business.
good pay and good benefits
cut throat, not supportive of employees doing good work.
packer, spiral wraper,video jet cap printer (Former Employee) – DeLand, FL – May 14, 2018
pall is a good place to work. and the benefits are really good. sometime I think the breaks are short but that's just me. they started to do dinners once a month where the employees bring a lot of food and drinks. It was called potluck night only second shift did it. first shift didn't do it
Warehouse Material Handler (Current Employee) – Nottingham, MD – May 1, 2018
This place is a very hostile environment to work for very stressful how the Manager watches and harasses certain people all the time. You start to become frustrated because its not just the manager you have to worry about also her watch dogs that does her job for her they just don't get paid her salary. And if you have no interest in the managers personal life you automatically become a target. I doesn't feel like work anymore its starting to feel like middle school.
Pall Corp. made training and development a priority. Offered many classes for various work related topics.
Large group of employees, good morale.
I thought I wanted to retire from Pall Corp. and did in 2017. After almost one year, I am looking to find part time work to keep busy and keep myself fresh. I still have much more to give any future employer.
Pall has no part time work available, or I would go back.
Exciting, able to meet people form all over the world
Global Vice-President of Strategic Marketing (Former Employee) – Port Washington, NY – January 23, 2018
Pall has been acquired by Danaher in the last few years so the organization is experience integration and some growing pains. With that said, some of the best talent I have ever worked with in my career.
The people and the environment was great. The management was not good at all, poor organization, everything was a rush. If you don't work in the manufacturing area then you are not important, everything is about production. The pay was not good, but they gives opportunities to people with out any experience and that very nice.