- 5.0Nov 13, 2023Manufacturing TechnicianFormer Employee, less than 1 yearFort Wayne, IN
High pay for low experience Flexible schedule Great beginner to able to work on your own pipeline
The manufacturing instruction software sucks Lots of up tight ex military coworkers The campus is spread out and requires walking outside. Pumping room is far away from manufacturing area.
- 5.0Nov 27, 2023Mechanical EngineerFormer EmployeeSalt Lake City, UT
All of the engineers are very smart, and you will be able to learn a lot from them. The first few years, they promote quickly out of college, and that is great. Paternity leave is also good. Some management is also great.
I would say the work is very project-dependent, and on some work, you have good teams, and on others, you can have bad teams. Most of the engineers are painfully introverted, but great at their job.
- 1.0Nov 17, 2023annoymousCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearGreenville, TX
It says I have to put 5 words for pros, but I really can’t.
They do not care about their employees. There is employees with less experience than I and are getting paid more. They scam minority groups with base pay. If you fall in that minority bracket. Try not to get scammed. Get what you’re worth. They say they’re ranked as one of the top military friendly companies. Supposedly. They’re not in my opinion. If you’re an employee that is in the reserves or guard, they don’t care. They overwork their employees and expect them to bus out tickets. You’re viewed as a number here and that is all that you are. Nothing more. Nothing less. Plus, HR is awful. They never resolve your problems. They’re hardly ever there. No one answers emails promptly. Which is absurd. Lastly, the union here is a scam. Don’t buy into it and waste your money on it.