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RF Engineer

ETS-Lindgren Cedar Park, TX

include but not limited to: · Design, test and develop RF and electromagnetic components and systems used in the test and measurement markets… Glassdoor


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Software Engineer

ETS-Lindgren Cedar Park, TX

• Develop test and measurement software applications for data acquisition, modeling, and analysis on… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Structural Engineer

ETS-Lindgren Wood Dale, IL

· Perform Engineering for RF Shielding projects and work with architects, general contractors and customers to interface the chambers/rooms with the… Glassdoor


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Project Design Engineer

ETS-Lindgren Wood Dale, IL

include but not limited to: · · Extensive use of Revit to virtually design and model R.F shielded enclosures · Creation of architectural… Glassdoor


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    Passive-Aggressive, intimidation-style management

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    Former Employee - Accounts Receivable/Collection  in  Cedar Park, TX
    Former Employee - Accounts Receivable/Collection in Cedar Park, TX

    I worked at ETS-Lindgren as a contractor for less than a year

    Pros

    A very Innovative and creative environment

    Cons

    The fact that the position I accepted had a very HIGH turnover, was stressed from the start. The reason behind it, I was told, was that the department could not find the "right fit". It was explained to me that former employees would simply shut-down under stress. I realized very quickly WHY former employees, now including myself, eventually displayed this reaction. The high turnover was clearly not a result of any kind of "fit", but as a result of unrealistic expectations, sarcasm, passive-aggressive behavior and intimidation of the department manager.

    After only two weeks, not only was I blatantly ignored by the manager, it escalated to sarcasm and more passive-aggressive behavior . I tried to do the best I could, considering, but anyone would be disheartened and unmotivated to work effectively within such a tense and negative work environment. Unwilling to make waves, I kept my experience to myself, for a little while. I was so new and so I was reluctant to be seen as "incapable" or "complaining". The final straw was when I was urged to participate in some unethical practices, pertaining to a client's account access.

    After putting up with the manager for approximately three weeks, I requested assistance from a different manager. I only hoped that asking for that manager's help would make my predicament and lack of support, obvious. Unfortunately, my contract was terminated the next day. I will admit, the only emotion I felt was relief. I humbly request that you avoid filling this position, until this matter is properly addressed. A final note to any employee facing this sort of behavior, please speak up. There is no excuse for this kind of behavior.

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    Invest heavily in developing your managers' management styles and bettering their people-skills.

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