Technician (Current Employee) – Dayton, OH – January 31, 2018
Like any other job you may have, it has it's pros and cons. Health benefits are not horrible, 401K match at end of year, monthly company recognition meetings that the company provides mainly doughnuts and muffins for everyone.The most problematic issues with the company is the employees who do not take responsibility for their mishaps. If you run across a damaged part in your area, turn it in to your supervisor and be prepared to be blamed simply because it was in your area and your the last to touch it. Has a very high turn over rate, so many people come'n go they may as well install a revolving door.
Projects Unlimited was an excellent job. Co workers and management were very friendly , understanding and helpful. Management truly cares about their employees as they had employee appreciation once every month. Great work environment.
Hourly production people are great, lower two levels of management are not the best, CEO outstanding.
Test Technician I (Former Employee) – Dayton, OH – May 11, 2017
Lower level management would rather sweep problems under the carpet than address these problems to upper management and/or CEO. Or maybe they think the problem will just be forgotten and go away. Testing instructions supplied by another companies are very hard to follow. Hand written information on these instructions are past down from prior testing individuals in order to complete the testing of an items. It takes an act of Congress to attempt to get these instruction corrected. There are far to few computers and software on these accent computers to complete some work orders. (My last work order I had to use four different computers at different locations to complete one work order. First computer to log into the work order. Second computer to accomplish the testing and with the use of a thumb drive down load the test data on to it. Third computer was used to input hand written test data into an ACCESS spreadsheet. Forth computer to upload to the sever the test date from computers two and three. Returning back to computer one to log out of work order). This work order of 100 pieces to test, only 54 passed and 46 failed. Of the 46 failed pieces extensive testing had to be done to get these 46 pieces to pass. These 46 pieces failed because of a component tolerance issue and it was addressed to lower level management. Lower level management stated just follow your instructions.
As for the CEO, I can not say enough of good things about this person, he is a wonderful person to work for.
Production personal great, CEO outstanding, very good lighting, very good temperature controlled, very clean and well maintained place to work.
Lower lever management, would rather work harder than smarter, (instead of work smarter than harder).