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William S. Marth
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    I have been working at AMRI full-time (More than 3 years)


    The people I work with are great, but taken advantage of. Everyone works as a team to meet deadlines and get product out.


    Our building isn't kept in good shape and the equipment is aging. Production workers do not work in safe conditions, but are expected to push themselves beyond what the environment can meet. If OSHA walked in the door they'd probably close the place down. We're given vacation but must use a portion as instructed by management, if you get to use it at all. As employees quit, existing workers have to pick up the slack with no pay increases. Morale is low, pay is low, there are no opportunities for advancement. AMRI isn't a good community partner, at least not at our facility. Really consider your family and life structure before signing on the dotted line.

    Advice to Management

    Bill Marth needs to set more realistic expectations for growth. All he worries about is the shareholders, and quite frankly, I wouldn't recommend the stock to anybody. Smoke and mirrors. All it would take is one large industrial accident or a recall due to shortcuts taken, and the stock would circle the toilet.

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