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23 hrs ago

Marketing and Communications Intern – new

Beijer Electronics Salt Lake City, UT

s: Preferred Education and Experience • Junior or senior student enrolled in research, marketing, or related field. • Previous experience… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Electrical Engineer

Beijer Electronics Salt Lake City, UT

include, but are not limited to, the following: • Electrical architecture for human-machine interface… Glassdoor

7 days ago

Director of Operations

Beijer Electronics Salt Lake City, UT

s: We are an established and innovative engineering and manufacturing company within Industrial Automation. Beijer was founded in 1981 in Sweden and… Glassdoor

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    Good place to start your career...

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    Current Employee - Engineer in Salt Lake City, UT
    Current Employee - Engineer in Salt Lake City, UT

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    QSI is a great place to get started at when your fresh out of school. They encourage ongoing training and give you lots of responsibility on projects. QSI is growing and therefore they are expanding there resources for product development. They communicate details of the business openly to the employees which instills a sense of trust with management. The people are top notch and work very well together. They are also a dog friendly company which is pretty cool. The founder, Jim Elwell, is also one brilliant person. One of the most rewarding aspects of working at QSI is being able to work with him. He'll challenge you and push you to learn and develop your skills to become better at what you do. He'll also let you tackle things that you yourself probably don't think you'll be able to accomplish but once you figure out how to do it, it's very rewarding.


    Because QSI is a growing company they are going through the growing pains of creating controlled, methodical processes for everything they do. It seems like things are in quite a state of flux right now which can be frustrating because of all the extra/duplicate work it causes.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Try not to backtrack on the decisions you've already made - or at least invite all pertinent individuals that have any say in matters to the meetings when you make important decisions. This will help to minimize employee frustrations. Also - be more upfront about employee performance. If they are doing good, tell them so they will have a sense of value as well as a benchmark of where they sit in your eyes. If someone is not quite doing what you would like them to, open up and let them know without playing political games. Sometimes people aren't doing exactly what you want because they may have misunderstood your expectations. Improve the way you guide them along their career path and you will have some of the best people in the business.

    I don't know why, but it seems like you have one of the highest termination/turnover rates that I have ever seen.


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