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30+ days ago

Technical Support Engineer - Hardware

Bell and Howell Durham, NC

Assists in achieving Engineering objectives by supporting all aspects of high-speed, automated, electro-mechanical equipment. The successful… Bell and Howell


30+ days ago

Project Manager

Bell and Howell Durham, NC

. • Manage day-to-day operational aspects of a project and scope. • Review deliverables prepared by team before passing to client. • Effectively… Bell and Howell


25 days ago

Customer Support Associate

Bell and Howell Durham, NC

Interacts with customers, company sales and/or service representatives to handle a variety of pre-sales or post-sales service functions. Receives… Bell and Howell


3 days ago

Hardware Engineer – new

Bell and Howell Durham, NC

Contributes on multiple design projects; providing guidance and support of manufacturing and service engineers; assigned to project or product teams… Bell and Howell


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    Great people, poor leadership, would not recommend

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    Current Employee - Engineer in Durham, NC
    Current Employee - Engineer in Durham, NC

    I have been working at Bell and Howell full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    Very stable, team-oriented staff, interesting & challenging work.

    Cons

    No raises, benefit cuts, no 401K match since 2008. Prior to 2008 raises were historically weak (<4% typ.) due to "business conditions", but company is very fond of handing out "VP' and "Director" titles, presumably with commensurate pay increases.

    Upper management is historically unstable: prone to go charging off after the next "big shiny thing", C-suite rotates every 18 mos or so, proclaims re-invention and forgets everything their predecessor said or did. The staff doesn't forget and has little respect or faith in mgmt.

    Since bankruptcy and buyout by holding company, company has been largely rudder-less. Would not recommend employment- not worth the stress and disappointment.

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    Company requires a real leader- has had many technically proficient C's, but an effective and charismatic leader is needed.

    Company says "our employees are our biggest asset" , but actions undermine the words, credibility not found.

    Doesn't Recommend
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