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2 days ago

Technical Sales Manager – new

Silliker, Inc. Chicago, IL

The incumbent is responsible for profitable revenue growth for Premier business in the assigned territory utilizing retention of existing business… CareerBuilder


6 days ago

Client Service Representative

Silliker Chicago, IL

The incumbent is responsible for providing personalized support and quality service to the clients of the laboratory. This individual will act as the… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Director, Chemistry Technical Support - North America – new

Silliker Chicago, IL

The incumbent establishes policies and goals in areas related to quality systems, standard operating procedures, best practices, test methods… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Auditor-GFSI (Certified)

Silliker Chicago, IL

of this position are to conduct food safety audits at food manufacturing, distribution facilities and other related sites within the food supply… Glassdoor


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    Not a very good place to work

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    Current Employee - Chemist in Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Chemist in Chicago, IL

    I have been working at Silliker

    Pros

    This place is good for college students who want to get some industry experience in the field. You can be cross trained on various tests, and it is a resumé booster.

    Cons

    There is no such thing as free time at this place. There is no such thing as a personal life. Days off for sickness or vacation are frowned upon. If you want to learn something new, you have to beg constantly and consistently. Extra work is required, and there is no help for the impossible sample load. Once you learn something new, you are not praised for it, it is added to your normal work load, and still expected to finish within in the eight hour day.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Management needs to come down to the ground floor with the rest of the employees, so they can see and understand firsthand exactly how much work goes into one day. They need not be so disconnected with daily routines. Managers need to be more hands on, and care more for employees than for the work load. Bad management all around,

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