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Project Administrator

Advanced Testing Laboratory Indianapolis, IN

Advanced Testing Laboratory (ATL) is a professional services organization with an ever-broadening service portfolio to support FDA-regulated products… CareerBuilder


2 days ago

Biochemist – new

Advanced Testing Laboratory Indianapolis, IN

Advanced Testing Laboratory (ATL) is a professional services organization with an ever-broadening service portfolio to support FDA-regulated products… CareerBuilder


5 days ago

Phlebotomist

Advanced Testing Laboratory Indianapolis, IN

Advanced Testing Laboratory (ATL) is a professional services organization with an ever-broadening service portfolio to support FDA-regulated products… CareerBuilder


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    Advanced Testing Laboratory is a good opportunity for entry-level professionals in need of experience.

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    Former Employee - Technician in Indianapolis, IN
    Former Employee - Technician in Indianapolis, IN

    I worked at Advanced Testing Laboratory full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    1. I was told to work 37.5 hours per week (30 minutes of on the clock breaks/day).
    2. I really, really needed a job.
    3. Good experience working when I really, really needed experience.

    Cons

    Because the pay is pretty low, "middle management" was composed of 27-year old employees. They seemed to have been promoted to management for working at Advanced Testing Labs for several years and demonstrating competency in their job - not demonstrating genuine managerial skill.

    I received very little direction from my direct manager (a "middle manager"); as a result, when I was promoted, I was dysfunctional, too. I was literally told to "talk about things like their important, because then people will think they are important." In hindsight, I now understand why I would leave meetings with my boss having felt like the things we discussed were very important, even though I couldn't figure out what I could or should do differently.

    My manager's un-professionalism is the only truly disappointing part of working at Advanced Testing Labs. It's understandable that some managers lack experience or knowledge; but her language and the way she described other employees was very, very inappropriate. I noted those things on my exit interview, but I'm not sure if they were taken seriously, or if they were ignored because I only said them upon leaving.

    Overall, the workforce is largely young and immature. (Note that I was one of them - so I don't claim superiority.)

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    Remember that your employees will be as skilled as you make them. If you need to invest in training, and decrease your profits, you will create a workforce that has experience and wants to stay instead of go. You will need to pay them more and improve the insurance offering, too.

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