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David Hutchinson
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    If you messed up or ask for more training, they will ambush you after lunch & fire you without warning!!!!

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    Former Employee - Human Resources Services in Billerica, MA
    Former Employee - Human Resources Services in Billerica, MA

    I worked at EMD Millipore as a contractor


    Good benefits, generous time-off, competitive or good pay depending on your position.


    This is a German company who has acquired several US companies in years past. They have global presence but do not and cannot function as a global company. Still attempting to unified company policies across the board between their different companies. They DO NOT have set policies, guidelines, and standards. Does not offer formal training classes for the job one is hired to do. Training happens on the job, but careful because if you're a contract employee and you request for more training or make a mistake they will let you go immediately. Many on-site employees treat contractors (temp employees) with less respect and view them as disposable. Therefore, does not put in as much effort in interaction or assistance in helping contractors acclimate and succeed in their role.

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    Offer proper training to your employees and contractors. Provide the tools and environment to allows your workers to succeed and perform their job at the highest level. Give people the opportunity to learn and grow. Don't encourage learning on the job if there is ZERO tolerance for errors. You can't learn if you never make mistakes. Teach your HR Business Partners business etiquette and manners, some of them need to get off their high horse. Your company employs a high % of contractors (temp employees) you should install a corporate culture educating employees that contractors are the same as them. Contractor s provide equal work, equal skills, and deserves equal respect!

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