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30+ days ago

Manager of Electrical Engineering

Quallion LLC Sylmar, CA

•Develop and supervise a staff of technical professionals including electrical engineers and technicians, providing them the training and tools… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Quality Systems Manager

Quallion LLC Sylmar, CA

reports, etc.) for manufacturing, packaging and laboratory investigation reports, change controls, SOP’s and other controlled documents as delegated… Glassdoor


Quallion Reviews

8 Reviews
2.6
8 Reviews
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Jeff Goldberg
2 Ratings
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    Unprofessionally Run

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Sylmar, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Sylmar, CA

    I worked at Quallion full-time

    Pros

    Lots of very good hard working people work at this company

    Cons

    You may find yourself unable to satisfy people whose opinion of you is critical and at the same time do what you must to satisfy other people whose opinions are equally important. Dammed if you do and dammed if you don't happens a lot at this company.

    Many aspects of the company are still run in a very amateur way. The company is trying to act like a big company but is really operated like a small family business where the opinions of a few who may not know what their talking about often over rule professionals they hire who really do know better.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Don't trust what you hear about people and their decisions or actions, when it's important talk directly to them and get the truth.

    It does no good to tell everyone you want to do things the right way if you allow some of the people who work for you to order employees to ignore requirements they don't like or fully understand.

    When you hire experts, listen to them, and if you doubt your them seek out other professionals in their field before you simply order your professionals to do things that might not even be legal.

    Your policy that discourages people from putting anything that might be negative in writing will not protect you from emails your management uses to order subordinates to do things that are wrong.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO