Competitive corporate office with emphasis on continuous improvement
Service Product Manager (Former Employee), Concord, ON – January 6, 2014
Pros: on site gym
Cons: extensive hours
The work experience at AB SCIEX is quite demanding, but very rewarding also. Depending on the department, there is an opportunity for travel to other AB SCIEX offices, as well as customer and vendor sites. Management is dispersed globally. You must be willing to work through the difficulties that come with time zones, different work cultures and projects – more... run over multiple locations
The most enjoyable part is hearing and seeing how the end products are used to better the medical and research communities achievements! – less
Service Customer Care Specialist (Current Employee), Redwood City, CA – December 9, 2013
I am the first one in 5 AM PST. I have been able to learn Oracle, Sharepoint, and SAP Databases. Management has been great, more of a friendly atmosphere as well as my coworkers, we are a family within the department. I enjoy what I do and enjoy the challenges that come along the way, so there isn't a hard part through my day only that everyday I learn – more... something new. The most enjoyable part of my day is the knowledge. – less
Was fun to work for before latest managerment changes.
Field Service Engineer (Former Employee), Foster City, CA – September 24, 2012
Pros: auto, phones, home internet
Cons: expects many hours, hours worked not equal to hours off.
Typical day a work starts with SMS of days plans before 8 am , on site between 9 and 10 am. skip most lunches and breaks , (Customer requires equipment up and working ASAP.) most days leave site sometime after 5 pm or later sometimes as late as 8 pm. Most weekends putting another 4 to sometimes 10 hours more completing paperwork and require on-line – more... tests.. Most days travel to Cambridge , MA or further , sometimes requires over night or traveling to remote locations. For the most part co-workers kept to themselves.. Present management expects more and more and does not care about personal needs.. Once again learned that most times you are unaware the you have a good manager until you get one that does not care... – less
Dir. Human Resources - USA, Central & So. America (Former Employee), Foster City, CA – July 16, 2012
• I played an active role in supporting the Commercial business strategy. Ensuring that all levels of the group understood the goals and objectives of the business, and that they knew they had the support of the Human Resource Department and senior management team to accomplish these goals.
• Served as a confidant to the local leadership team and was – more... viewed as a change agent by leading and sponsoring programs that encouraged flexibility, productivity and efficiency across the organization.
• Lead workforce planning activities and advised managers in staff planning including analyzing issues, identifying related data and topgrading.
• Responsible for handling the full spectrum HR (i.e., benefits, immigration, workers compensation, recruiting, employee relations, compensation, performance management, etc).
• Created and maintain a positive employment environment that encouraged employee understanding, participation, and contribution to the growth and well-being of the business.
• Ensured that the Company was in compliance with local country and industry specific programs pertaining to compliance and all relevant employment laws and employee benefit programs. – less