Production Line Leader (Current Employee) – Alburtis, PA – 2 December 2017
A typical workday (at least in the AMRC building) feels pretty cyclical. Everyday feels like you're doing the same process over and over. A little change now and then would help with employee fatigue and burnout rates, but management seems to stick with the "If it isn't broken, don't fix it" methodology and applies it to most everything in the facility; even when it goes against anything that may help advance certain projects along or help people advance. The overwhelming majority of people you may work with are great and make the job entertaining to say the least. The engineers and techs at the facility are knowledgeable and often friendly. Bureaucratic red tape and management that cares too much about "the process" and numbers, and too little about hearing what may help the company, really kills the atmosphere in a job that is otherwise a close-knit employee environment and a more-than-fair company on the whole.
Fair pay, decent time off
Red tape!!, management is disconnected and delusional with ever-expanding goals that burn-out their employees
Project & Manufacturing Engineer (Former Employee) – Coopersburg, PA – 19 September 2017
I worked there many years ago. This was a privately held company that continued to invest in the business even in downturn years without any layoffs; bravo. There was a relatively steady stream of young engineers from top east coast engineering schools and management was usually groomed from within. Great place to work especially for electrical engineers.
Technical Applications Representative (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – 11 September 2017
They don't have lay offs. Las Vegas office has great people. Lutron is a lighting industry leader. Tech support is fast paced and can be difficult at times, but it is also interesting and keeps you thinking.
Materialista y Operador (Former Employee) – Chihuahua, Chih. – 7 July 2017
Es una empresa regular, se divide en 2 plantas, planta 1 y planta 2... en planta 1 se hacen dimmers reguladores de luz y todo referente a ello y en planta 2 se hacen motores y cortinas eléctricas, aprendí a hacer inventarios y a desarrollarme bien en cualquier lugar en que me fue asignado, la dirección en general todo muy bien salvo por la encargada del departamento de recursos humanos, en si fue un muy buen ambiente de trabajo ya que pude hacer muchas amistades valiosas en dicha empresa, lo más difícil del trabajo puede ser la presión de estar de un lado a otro en todo el dia pero en si eso ayudaba a que el turno se pasara mas rapido y lo que mas me gusto fueron las personas con las que trabaje en turno ya que éramos un muy buen equipo de trabajo y nos apoyamos en todo.
contrato antes de lo establecido según tu desempeño
Picker (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – 7 June 2017
Pick parts from aisles according to the order paper. Parts are color coordinated. Place parts in bin. Print labels out on computer of the country of origin. Stamp order with right country of origin when done. Drop off bin to the builders.
IT Specialist (Current Employee) – Coopersburg, PA – 3 May 2017
This is a good job for building initial skills and figuring out what type of work you want to perform in the IT field. The job provides the opportunity to perform a wide variety of tasks. Unfortunately, the company culture is very slow to change and adaption and is extremely frustrating at times.
Administrative Projects Specialist (Former Employee) – Coopersburg, PA – 26 April 2017
Fast paced environment dealing with various departments and levels of management on a daily basis. Daily contact with internal employees as well as external vendors, suppliers, potential and existing customers.
Sales Operations (Current Employee) – Coopersburg, PA – 23 April 2017
Lutron provides a unique atmosphere that encourages its employees to share ideas openly and grow both personally and professionally. It is a high paced environment that allows for both independent and group projects.
Allows for open advancement - not ladder promotions
Technical Assistant (Former Employee) – Ashland, VA – 21 March 2017
The place is horrible It has gone through 3 plant managers in which 2 of them Don't know anything at all about running a company just working people 10 hours and treating them like garbage.NO work life balance of what so ever. There's way to much micromanaging going on and shadiness.. It all boils down to if you don't want to have a life, talked down to on a daily basis and working at a high school Then this place is for you. Enter at your own risk .
two ten min breaks, no work life balance, poor management, HORRIBLE communication The list goes on
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – 21 February 2017
a nice place to work, people there are very nice. learned how prep orders, build product which was electric switches. the management was great. cannot really think of anything hard about working there. overall I liked everything I did there including inventory.
Line Assembly Worker (Former Employee) – Alburtis, PA – 25 December 2016
Slightly repetitious working on final assembly of product. Different lines and tasks to do daily depending on which product needs to be made. Typical factory/line work, but if you are interested in electronics the environment is perfect for learning and broadening knowledge.