- 1.0May 8, 2023
If I could give 0 I wouldAnonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 3 years
I can’t think of any pro’s
Well, the company picks their favorites and when you’re their favorite they will bend over backwards for you until they decide to not care for you anymore and then move onto the next person. I will say they do some shady business there, there were many instances when employment was illegally threaten. They love to “lay off” people but really they’re just firing them because they don’t care for them. At most events you can hear the upper management/owners talk ill of previous employees. Not much pay for the amount of work given. Employees are yelled at in a small office that can be heard throughout at least half the office. If you hate yourself and want to be kicked when you’re down, this is the place for you.1
- 5.0Feb 28, 2015Project ManagerFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsCarlsbad, CA
Working at ABM provided me opportunity to gain skills in product development as well as neuroscience research. The CEO is an excellent leader who provides direction and welcomes input from employees at all levels. I was hired straight out of college as a Research Associate and was encouraged to take on responsibilities beyond the scope of my position that interested me both professionally and personally. The skills I developed working at ABM have directly contributed to my career progression.
ABM is a company with many interests and products, requiring it's employees to be able to manage diverse responsibilities simultaneously. Working for a small company requires you to take on large and small scale tasks.
- 1.0Jun 13, 2023Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 1 year
Beyond the job responsibilities, there is little to be enthusiastic about at this place.
The CEO is all over the place and never seems to have a clear vision, which makes it really difficult for us to know what we're supposed to be doing. We always end up getting the blame for things that go wrong, even when it's not our fault. It's frustrating and demoralizing.1