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I worked at Integer Group full-time (more than 10 years)Pros
Great co-workers, excellent benefits, lots of days off. There is a lot of experience to gain from working here both good and bad. I've seen good people go on to bigger and better things after working here.Cons
The training is awful and that's technically the first thing you should be doing when you start. So you're starting off bad and it's up to you to make it better for your self. This creates an environment of scrambling to figure out what to do and doesn't really set you up for success.
The only thing worse than the training is the management. Departmental management and Senior Management are the worse I've seen in years and it only gets worse with each passing year. This is a company that could be great, but the Senior Management holds it back. The Senior Management is very much like a High School clique. If you're one of the in crowd then your set and don't have to really produce anything except perceived as opposed to real value.
On second thought the new business team is worse than the Senior Management. They haven't had any real wins to sustain the company in over 5 years and have a hard time retaining long term clients. In this day and age that's a formula for disaster, yet the team still stays. It's that "In Crowd" thing I mentioned earlier.Advice to ManagementAdvice
The Management won't take any advice, that's the real heartbreaking part. I think it has something to do with the entitled people at the top not wanting to show they're wrong and don't know as much as they think they do. That comment is about the Dallas Senior Management. The Denver Senior Management is even around or isn't even looking as far as any one in Dallas can tell. The reason I gave Mike Sweeney a disapproval rating is because of the state of the Senior Management in Dallas and the Denver office not doing anything. It all happened on his watch over the coarse of years. Maybe bad management starts with a blind eye at the top?Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO