- 5.0Jun 8, 2023
Great company, Great work cultureProduct ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
Excellent work culture and great place to learn and grown within the org
None that I can think of.
- 5.0Oct 2, 2023Manufacturing Engineering InternCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
*Learn the manufacturing process for the medical segment. *Improve skills in communication and documentation
*Require understanding of project timelines and departments to communicate to finish projects
- 2.0Aug 23, 2023Senior Quality TechnicianFormer Employee, less than 1 yearLa Vergne, TN
Protected PTO- granted 40 hours of this. Serves as pto that automatically kicks in should you ever call out, are late, or have to leave early. The difference between this and regular PTO is you don’t need to submit a request for it. Nothing else.
Expectations of the position set up by a company recruiters is nothing like what the actual position is, consists of. People with little to no experience in Quality are hired, given the same name and rank as “senior quality tech”, and get paid the same. No annual raise. Final quality-based decisions are made by production supervisors; makes quality personnel question their position. Hierarchy is upside down. Majority of production workers are paid more than quality techs and tend to get their way every time. Most are greater in age and make lots of demands that caused the worksite to split their first shift by an hour.. Quality techs are basically babysitters that come around and confirm paperwork, MUST work every Saturday (rotating techs) if even just 2 production workers volunteer to work OT. No flexibility in timing. Quality techs are tied at the hip with production workers, with production leading. Anyone who’s worked even just a year in any QA/QC field can tell this position does not live up to the title “Senior Quality Technician”. Just a nice title to add to your resume especially if you’re new to the Quality field.1