Pros – Great people. Management is open to ideas and there is little to no red tape.
Cons – Lots of travel. Employees are only paid at the end of the month.
Advice to Senior Management – Pay employees more than once a month.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – Upper management cares about employee growth and invest in their staff. In-office work life is laid back and is a collaborative learning environment. There are good opportunities for advancement as a new employee with defined promotions which provide employee goals.
Cons – You will travel. A lot. If you have a family, there will be many weeks and weekends that you don't get to see them. Co-workers would "brag" about 100+ hour weeks on the road and missing important life events (birthdays, etc)
Advice to Senior Management – Road warriors will love this job. Keep investing in staff and helping them grow.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
Pros – I have enjoyed working at Polytron. Most of the people are friendly and of course being an engineering firm, you'll meet some with quirky personalities, but having worked in engineering for a while, I've gotten used to all the effervescent personalities (sort of). Management and leadership have an open ear to ideas and their doors are always open. Very little bureaucracy and many employees that work here have been here for a long time which shows a sense of loyalty. Lots of opportunities to socialize and eat while at work. You won't be micro-managed.
Cons – Company outgrowing facility. Travel is part of most people's jobs, so if you don't want to travel it's not for everyone. Nothing I really dislike.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – good company. can grow more. care about staff.
Cons – small workspace and nothing bad about this company.really