Operator 1 (Current Employee) – Vancouver, WA – January 26, 2016
This place is great for a short while between jobs. But the upper management does not know what they are doing. The company at this location are falling apart and demoralized. The Weekend shift is a mess, the swing shift and day shift do most of the work. The leads do their best to try and keep things positive for the operators but are limited.
Good work, but perhaps managment and staff training too much to overcome
Sr Logistics Engineer (Tech Writer) (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – January 11, 2016
Skip this one. Its a quagmire. Company willing to take shortcuts and forgo real role up your sleeves engineering analysis. Trivializes efforts. Bad mindset, willingness to overlook actual, helpful engineering analyses. Yup, just get the job done. If the client wants updates, they'll contract for more work. Kind of a disservice for the client, and professionalism. Could be a good company. Work is genuine and good, if you can separate it from staff and management. Major efforts supports JSF. Work not hard, if you do it on your own. Unknown if client really wants LSAR backing into Tech Pubs, or at least a certain amount of engineering. You'll have to figure that one on your own. It just might be that there's too much to overcome, even if very knowledgeable. Teaching both engineering and LSAR/Logistics is almost insurmountable. Management would have to be hands-off, letting you do the job.
Good intentioned people and eager, but you can't get there from here. Third Tier Employer for Logistics & LSAR. Young staff, untrained, short on engineering experience which makes training more than a challenge. Local management ignoring that not helpful, they listen, but don't. They think they know the effort, but things fall short when trying to explain inherent database difficulties and trainees have to be willing to do they heavy lifting, studying, working on examples. and eagerness isn't a substitute for mechanical & electronics Company has Logistics staff at sister location. Some help, but they too won't get involved with overbearing local upper manager. One down the road on mediocrity,more... hard to turn back. Good intentioned, but forgetful of roots as Vets Upper manager in Indy is a tough cookie, somehow well meaning. Some sister company management knowledgeable of LSAR, but micromanages efforts.less
Small company, nice atmosphere, free coffee, people are genuinely nice
Local upper manager gets in way of work, management underplays staff short on formal training and education
Tester Technician 1 (Former Employee) – Corvallis, OR – November 19, 2015
Contract workers at another company's site. Great shift managers, and co-workers. Upper management cares more about the numbers of product put out for the contractor each month then the employees' welfare.
graphic designer (Former Employee) – airoli – October 19, 2015
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Internet Assessor (Current Employee) – Split, Croatia – August 2, 2015
Very independent job, doing a huge contribution in www research engines. Learning new stuff, and developing your knowledge as new task are delivered. Great thing is about working hours, work when you can since you are payed by hour.
Planning Analyst (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – July 30, 2015
My manager was one of the best I have worked for and all the other managed services people at my facility were great. The managers were good about keeping you informed of any changes and was very supportive.
Hard Ware Test Operator (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 8, 2015
Learn new things at work everyday, management is very organized and professional, co-workers are smart and work effectively and are friendly , the satisfaction that the engineers get when we do a good job
Working for Lionbridge was the most challenging job that I have had to date. Building a business within a larger corporation, while performing a specific service for that company, is very complex. Overall the management is spread thin, which makes working for them stressful at times. There are many professionals within the company, but after five years with the company I cannot find the proper work life balance.
challenging, advancement opportunity
improperly managed, no communication, no increase in salary
Business Development Director (Former Employee) – Silver Spring – April 12, 2015
The lessons learnt are over the top but the pressure will make you physically sick! They push you to close government deals that are notoriously slow. Make sure your commission structure is real and in writing.
operator 3 (Former Employee) – Corvallis, OR – March 25, 2015
-clean all machines, tools entire of work area and parts that are going to be assembled. -working on proto type parts always looking for problems in different areas of the part and correct also. -all management people worked for HP at one time came back to work for Lionbridge.Attitudes among former HP employees having to get a lower pay affected all other co-workers attitude about the company no pay raises and benefits to operators. -I never worked for HP but when it came to get help from the management they didn't care. -hearing the storys about how good it was when co-workers was working for HP. -I learned a lot from the engineers, they enjoyed having me assist them through problems.
always good to work to help a company like HP
management problems, company does not like to help them
A good place to work with different domain projects. Every worker will get an opportunity to work with different clients. Approachable work environment. The hardest part of the job is long hours work. The most enjoyable part of the job is a fun workplace.
Data Collector (Former Employee) – UK – March 11, 2015
After working at Lionbridge I can only offer my experience;
Fixed Pay, the standard salary is not bad to be fair however with no career progression or financial bonuses based on performance, this can feel very like a 'dead end' job.
Vague job description, almost all employees I have met are all contracted under the same job title despite vastly different roles, some of which far exceed the stated role profile.
After working for Agencies in the past, Lionbridge certainly has that atmosphere of disposable employees and the lack of career prospects. On top of this, they have strict rules with regards to using in-house systems to record daily tasks & time taken per task as well as recording own working hours. With a zero tollerance view to people unable to record hours (I was demanded to record my absence hours on their internet based system while I was absent from work after being hospitalised, with the threat of disciplinary action if this was not completed by my standard finishing time I must add)
Lionbridge is a poor company to work for, however, for a stop-gap or an experience builder, the roles available are quite suitable for a moderate wage.
Sales Executive (Former Employee) – Waltham, MA – February 17, 2015
If management takes a liking to you then you may be ok. otherwise good luck surviving this hostile work environment.Co-Workers are cool people most are recent college grads. There is not enjoyable aspect to this job, it was a terrible experience. Also if you cannot teach yourself how to do the job, good luck cause management sure will not. Even though it is an entry level position.
Model II project Maanager (Current Employee) – Mumbai, MH – January 6, 2015
• Team Building and Motivational Skills. • Worked on software’s like Gemini, Siebel, TGB and Columbus Explorer. • Analytical, Planning and Organizational skills. • Ability to manage multiple tasks in a pressured environment and deadline oriented with a passion to achieve excellence in my work. • Dedication and drive as a hard-working individual with great emphasis on values and ethics.
Nice and flexible hours but it can also be a downfall
Medical Consultant and liaison (Current Employee) – France – January 6, 2015
Nothing to say about specifics about the company; when you receive a request to work it may be a good project but the negative part is they would need it ASAP. As mentioned before the down part is they request your service quickly but their turn around on their pay is not good at all. It takes them 6 weeks to pay you.