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30+ days ago

Lead Prototype Technician

Greatbatch Beaverton, OR

The primary purpose of this position is to perform non-routine assignments and provide technical support with a high variety and complexity… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

R&D Program/Project Manager

Greatbatch Beaverton, OR

• Develops business strategies, financial analysis and prepares leadership to ensure programs achieve objectives. • Develops program budgets… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Commodities Manager

Greatbatch Beaverton, OR

• Adheres to GB Core Beliefs and all safety and quality requirements. • Interprets, defines and communicates material requirements to suppliers… Glassdoor

11 days ago

Test Engineering Manager

Greatbatch Beaverton, OR

• Adheres to GB Core Beliefs and all safety and quality requirements. • Develops cell-testing programs to verify specs (vendors/customers… Glassdoor

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Greatbatch President and CEO Thomas J. Hook
Thomas J. Hook
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    Layoffs you can set your watch to!

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    I worked at Greatbatch full-time (more than 3 years)


    High tech products, company willing to invest in R&D and new ideas, state of the art equipment, modern facilities. Some good perks for those who are "grandfathered in". You can get the most career advancement for an MBA.


    Semiannual layoffs, sometimes small, sometimes large, either way employees get the ax twice a year, regardless of performance. Very vindictive work culture. Some of the managers and directors rate employee performance based on how many hours they are willing to work, this means the department you are in could mean the difference between having a good work life balance or being chained to a desk. The quality of benefits diminish every year so the CEO can buy more exotic cars. Employee moral is low, and there is little trust for the company. Employees constantly live in fear that any day could be their last. DO NOT work there unless you have nothing to lose! Don't take a position with them if you have to leave a stable job or relocate, you may not be there long!

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    Company needs a hostile take over.

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