Ametek – Berwyn, PA
The key to the success of the position will be internal and external relationship development, and the collaboration with the Corporate Development… Ivy Exec
AMETEK, Inc. – Berwyn, PA
This is a great opportunity for a self-starter who wants ownership and accountability for the Environmental Health & Safety of our growing… ClickCast
AMETEK, Inc. – Harleysville, PA
* Develops and implements processes for the planning, development, integration, and testing of software personally or through other software… ClickCast
AMETEK, Inc. – Horsham, PA
of this position will include day-to-day engineering activities required to support the product line including: technical support for the level sales… ClickCast
Ametek – Reading, PA
Reading Eagle. Category: Installation, Maintenance & Repair, Keywords: Maintenance… TheJobNetwork
Ametek, Inc. – Newark, DE
include demonstrated skilled support of Process Instruments products, field repairs, maintenance, and troubleshooting; • Be self-sufficient in terms… JofDav.com
Ametek – Harleysville, PA
• Performs detailed software design and writes and documents software for embedded processors in high-level languages. • Assists with formulating… Ametek
Ametek – Newark, DE
include: Provide technical support to the Manufacturing Departments including designing and arranging for the manufacture of test and manufacturing… Ametek
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I have been working at AMETEK full-time (More than 3 years)
Once your company is acquired, say good-bye to at least 5% of your co-workers. This is good because it makes the office seem much less crowded. Pay cuts and other cost cutting measures will be necessary to achieve the new lofty profitability goals. This is also good, because workers really can have too much money. Don't worry, the explanations for the cost reductions will provide humor in an otherwise unhappy workplace. You are free to leave as soon as you find a new job. Just don't let the door hit you in the back on your way out.
Ametek is a profitable company that works very hard at keeping its operating expenses as low as possible. Unfortunately, employees are not a valued resource. Industry average wages will be replaced with below average wages. 40 hours a week is the minimum, unless you are a manager and then 35 hours is acceptable. Layoffs and pay cuts are used to meet the unrealistic/inflated profitability goals. Of course morale suffers as a result of these cost cutting measures. There is a general lack of honesty throughout the entire Ametek organization. The corporate IT department thinks Lotus Notes is a state of the art email program.
Advice to Management
You can only sh!t on your people for so long.