I have been working at Filtration Group (Less than a year)
- Personally I have a great boss on the team I worked on
- Lots of projects, never run out of things to do
- Very hands on with projects
- Boss does not micromanage and trusts employees
- Lots of opportunity to learn by doing
- Decent health and 401k benefits
- Company is growing very quickly in business, but does not appear to keep up with staffing. If you are an efficient employee and can handle a lot of work it's good, otherwise it may be overwhelming.
- Not a lot of company bonding events, makes it difficult to meet people and understand everyone's role within the company
- Engineering salary below average for job and location
- Quickly growing makes it seem a little chaotic, may be solved if staffing improves
- Relatively old facility
- Not a lot of room for advancement
Advice to Management
- Hire more people! It's good to never be bored, but it's bad to be spread way too thin and feel like each project is not 'fully' completed
I applied online. I interviewed at Filtration Group (Milwaukee, WI) in August 2017.
3 weeks to schedule the face to face after the phone screen. Drove to Milwaukee only to find the recruiter gave me and three other candidates eastern time zone interview times, in the central time zone. This made us all an hour late to our interview. Which half of my interview was spent with the manager calling the other candidates to reschedule. I drove to Milwaukee for a 15 minute conversation that was slated for an hour. Then, it took them almost two months to respond to my follow up emails, questioning my status in the interview process.
I interviewed with Porex, a Filtration Group Company. Porex 'cuse for a hiring process is more like it. Don't wast your time.
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