Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Hughes Edmonton – June 14, 2014
the people I worked with would play on their phones all days while I would find work to do. During the winter on my shift I would usually be the only one outside during the day shoving while they played on their phone.
great place to work out of college, good mentoring
Member of Technical Staff (Former Employee), Los Angeles CA – September 15, 2014
Pros: good mentoring managers, good salary, reasonable workload
Cons: satellite systems (boeing) heavily tied to defense budget and key programs
Group still exists as a Boeing acquisition. I think the fact that new employees to the field are not hired solely fro what they know but what the hiring manager thinks the candidate can do with mentoring.
SMT Operator (Former Employee), San Marcos, CA – February 4, 2014
Bucket of Knowledge, i was honored to work for this company where I was able to elaborate my understanding and approaching skills. Door where open to big military defense companies such as Boeing, General Atomics and many more. Great experience.
Scientist / Engineer 3 (Former Employee), El Segundo, CA – November 22, 2013
Pros: generation of team bonding
Cons: inability of being able to keep a cohesive group together for long periods
Intense laboratory environment with desired quick tack time to meet aggressive schedules. Individual skill set development is encouraged by the engineering team. Team members are a pleasure to interact with on the floor. Skill set development for the manufacturing team can be challenging due to the need for specific traits that the assigned individual – more... may not possess. However task completion and watching team growth is very gratifying. – less
Sales Assistant (Former Employee), Felixstowe, ENG – November 12, 2013
Pros: i had my own packed lunch in.
Cons: no i made it at home.
I was unsure about retail because I thought I was shy but I feel I took it in an amazing way. I learned to do cash handling, using the tills, serving customers. The co-workers were friendly to talk to and were honest about their own opinions about why they work there. They were supportive as it was my work experience for a week. The hardest part of – more... the job was handling the customers at hard times when explaining electronics. The most enjoyable part of the job was taking breaks and learning about the electronics and talking to the people who work there. – less