LaBarge Reviews

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Craig E. LaBarge
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    Former Employee - Director, Quality Assurance
    Former Employee - Director, Quality Assurance

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    Pros

    Management cared about employees on a personal level. Always took time to communicate company status to employees. Never kept employees guessing. As a contract supplier, the business landscape was always changing, yet management found time to convey all details to its' workforce.

    Cons

    Wage scale was low in comparison to similar company in area. LaBarge was known for hiring people who were out of work for long periods of time at bargain basement wages.

    Advice to Management

    Look at internal staff to fulfill key positions. Going outside for new talent isn't always the best choice, albeit necessary at times.


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Website www.ducommun.com/dti
Headquarters Saint Louis, MO
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1950
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Amphenol, Sanmina, Viasystems

Contract manufacturer Ducommun LaBarge Technologies (formerly LaBarge, Inc.) designs and produces complex electronics and interconnect systems able to withstand the physical extremes of combat, space, sea, and inner earth. Its printed circuit boards, cables, electronic assemblies, and other products are used for such applications as military communication systems, commercial aircraft, satellites, medical equipment, airport security, glass container fabrication systems, and oil drilling equipment. Customers have included Owens-Illinois and Raytheon. Ducommun acquired ... More

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