Aydin Displays, Inc.

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Arthur V Mengel

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    A good company

    Electronic Technician (Former Employee) Fort Washington, PA

    ProsI was afforded ample times to shine as an individual. I was allowed to grow and expand my knowlege. A fairly good benefits package.

    ConsThe pay was poor no real income to speek of. Little or no training. Mostly hands on trial and error repair work.

    Advice to Senior ManagementWhen the economy turns aroud don't forget to hire back!

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Ain't (sic) It a Shame: Senior Management of Aydin Displays Keeps Head in Sand

    (Former Employee) Birdsboro, PA

    ProsAydin Displays normally offers steady employment. Many small customer orders that require a fast turnaround time tend to create excitement. According to senior management, Aydin Displays will most likely be awarded a military contract of major size (relative to Aydin Displays's typical business) presently.

    ConsAydin Displays is experiencing cash-flow problems. Among other things, a wage/salary freeze is in effect. More importantly, however, initiative is actively discouraged. Isolation, blowoffs, and blowups are de rigueur. Nanomanaging (i.e., extreme micromanaging) and bullying, even browbeating in response to a question, may be desirable in a military boot-camp setting. But they are most counterproductive for a business setting like Aydin Displays.

    Advice to Senior ManagementSenior management should do more than order an apology (so-called: it was insincere). Because the problem manager alluded to above also possesses talents which are valuable to the success of Aydin Displays, I recommend that he/she be relieved of all supervisory duties and "promoted" to an expert-resource position. Otherwise, the revolving-door syndrome will continue.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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