Ok place to work. Great co-workers & supervision ok.
Electronics Technician (Former Employee) – El Segundo, CA – July 17, 2018
Teledyne good company. Co-workers the best. Good challenging work environment just the way I like it. Would do it again if had the opportunity. But on a part time basis. Management supportive in getting the job done.
Appreciated the employees efforts.
At the time higher salaries would have been nice. But not complaining.
Engineering Manager (Former Employee) – Redlands, CA – June 13, 2018
When I started there it was a great place to work. I advanced to Engineering Manager and was able to participate in stock-purchase, tuition reimbursement and 401K match. The bad part came after a corporate consolidation with a larger Teledyne business. The new leaders from the New larger parent didn't understand our business and frankly didn't care, they wanted growth. After that the culture, atmosphere change dramatically. I would have still been there to date if that consolidation wouldn't have occurred, or at least not with that business unit.
Inspector (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 29, 2018
Great workplace and management Receiving, in-process, final inspection AS9102 Inspect and Review material, component, process, test report and documentation Work with manufacture, quality engineers and source inspectors.
Technical Writer / Editor (Contract) (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – April 30, 2018
I was hired as a contract writer for highly technical avionics software documentation. The documentation was not complete for several months after I started. The company used a proprietary software system that was impossible for even an experienced technical writer to use.
Honest, hard-working engineers
Top manager drank heavily, smoked in the office, and hated women
Been here 20 years hoping for management to receive loyalty thru fair treatment and good pay. What a joke. The laity is put in a WinePress and squeezed until your juiced. Then your carcass is thrown away.
Much untapped potential
Managers fear for their jobs so they wont make the hard decisions.