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I have been working at Paragon Technologies full-time (More than a year)Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDoesn't RecommendNeutral Outlook
If you get lucky or they get desperate, they will train you as either and electronics or hydraulics technician, giving you valuable experience. Techs who really stand out and work will get raises if they have the confidence to ask.
Anyone who starts here entry level will never make anywhere near what they are worth after even two months of experience. Getting handed much more responsibility is very easy to come by, raises are not, especially in anything related to finance (Controller's favorite way of saving money is by paying the people he's in charge of next to nothing) Hard to stand behind a company that shirks almost all of it's "values". This company loves hiring in people who have no experience and putting them in charge.
Advice to Management
Listen to your technicians more, a lot of them really do know what they are talking about. A lot of your information on prices is outdated, things are changing in this industry, and quick. You have a lot of extremely bright people here who can do a lot for this company, but there is such low morale through the entire building because of wage disparity//extremely high stress level that none want to go the extra mile for this company.
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Paragon Technologies produces automated order picking systems and other order fulfilling products used by manufacturing, assembly, and order distribution customers. Also known by its major brand name SI Systems, the company supplies customers with horizontal transportation and conveyor systems, related computer software, and other products and services used for improving productivity. Customers are located primarily in the US and have included Caterpillar, engine giant Cummins, General Motors, and contact lense manufacturer Vistakon (a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson). The...