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Read what EchoNous employees think about their coworkers. A positive work environment relies on a variety of factors and your coworkers play one of the biggest roles. This is the chance for you to learn more about your future colleagues.

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What are co-workers like at EchoNous?

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February 26, 2020

Pros

Some of the engineers I worked with were incredibly talented and dedicated. The products I worked on were really interesting. The facility is really nice and clean.

Cons

Technicians are treated as second class citizens. The EchoNous careers page boasts that the company offers unlimited vacation and equity as part of your pay package, but those benefits are not extended to lowly technicians. There is an extremely bad upstairs (software and business folks) vs. downstairs (the people who put stuff together) mentality at this company. Technicians come out on the losing end. Do not DARE bring to up problems in any of the work cells. When it comes to lean manufacuturing, EchoNous talks the talk but definitely does not walk the walk. Keep your mouth closed if you want any kind of career here. Their internal software story is awful. When I was there, the regulatory documentation travelers were entirely on paper, which was a nightmare. They were just starting to transition to an online system when I left, but it was a piece of junk. They were being really cheap in this effort, so don't expect this part of your job to be easy (and regulatory paperwork will be a HUGE part of your job -- not fun). The market space for their products is getting crowded. Everyone and their dog are building AI-driven ultrasound solutions now, and EchoNous doesn't have any kind of a lead on the competition.

Advice to Management

Treat all your employees equally. Don't jump all over employees who bring up problems in the work cells.

Some of the engineers I worked with were incredibly talented and dedicated.

February 26, 2020

Reviewed by: Assembly Technician in Redmond, WA (Former Contractor)

October 13, 2020

Pros

smart, hardworking people; benefits are good

Cons

ridiculous deadlines and expectations; top-down communication only

smart, hardworking people; benefits are good

October 13, 2020

Reviewed by: - in Redmond, WA (Former Employee)

2 English reviews out of 2

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