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30+ days ago

Technology Engineer II,

Photronics, Inc. Boise, ID

Designs, defines Plans and implements complex system requirements for customers and/or prepares studies and analyzes existing systems. Determines… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Sr Technology Engineer

Photronics, Inc. Boise, ID

Designs, defines, plans and implements complex system requirements for customers and/or prepares studies and analyzes existing systems. Determines… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Control Room Operator

Photronics Boise, ID

Works within the EHS Department helping to safeguard employees, protect corporate assets and help manage risk through the application of EHS-related… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Process Technician I

Photronics Boise, ID

Performs all manufacturing functions associated in the production of reticles for the semiconductor industry. Process technicians must be able to… Glassdoor


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Photronics Chairman and Interim CEO Deno Macricostas
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    Poor management is driving Photronics into the ground

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Boise, ID
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Boise, ID

    I have been working at Photronics

    Pros

    It's a job, but not a very good one.

    Cons

    Poor communication between management and staff; favoritism; lack of competence of middle managers; no career ladder; poorly-defined policies; lack of basic respect and fairness for staff; low employee morale. Recent staff layoffs were done without a plan for how work shifts would be covered by existing staff; a week later company announced 10% pay cut and suspension of contributions to 401K plan. What's next?

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Train middle managers on managing people; look at the skills of the staff you have and encourage their growth and development -- you are missing out on great opportunities for people to contribute to the company. Do not allow favoritism to take precedence over competence.

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