Pay is a little lower than the rest of the industry, but benefits were very good. I mean, they were almost free. For incredible benefits I paid around a hundred per month. That included dental, medical, life, etc. Management was pretty good for the most part, but there is high turnover among top brass, and the company is growing so fast I think they are losing touch with what is going on within the company. It's looking a lot more like a huge corporate monster and those aren't the best places to work. Think "Office Space" where you have 3 bosses who are kinda clueless. And some people were pretty testy and micro-managing. A lot of the people in management were like this, and they need more diversity. I always think its a good idea to have the men and women balance each other out, and to have some diversity in management.
I like a lot of the employees at Trimedx, but they need a new culture among the managers.