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.
Specialist Technical Assistant (Former Employee) – 11520 Sunny Shade Ln Ashland VA 23005 – 28 November 2016
Favoritism and bias run rampant. If you do anything to get on someones bad side, you'll soon be out the door or treated like the scourge of the earth. I absolutely loved the people I worked with and work itself is not difficult. The pay and benefits were good, but not worth all the plop you had to deal with on a daily basis. The HR constantly claims to 'care' but managers that have no right to manage are just recycled into different roles where they continue to make any chance of growth stifled. Safety concerns are a joke, and the reaction to safety issues is just as laughable. The company is wasteful in many aspects of what it does, and it's amazing how it can turn a profit, except that they price gouge people for an item that they have locked the market on. If you can deal with the headache, long hours and constantly having to give up what you want for a company that doesn't appreciate what you do, this place is for you.
iOS Application Developer (Current Employee) – Coopersburg, PA – 4 October 2016
Excellent place to work. very supportive people and very good management group.employee benefits also very good. career growth also very good as always more opportunities to explore on different tasks.
Returned Goods Processor (Current Employee) – Bregnsvile – 19 May 2016
i worked in the Returned Goods Management and worked on a 8 hour shift Monday to Friday. During peak periods and high seasons we could be called upon to do overtime. Being a small department with 12 employees and a supervisor, we worked closely as a team. There were regular safety meting drills to ensure that the employed were aware of the safety regulations in the warehouse. I enjoyed working with co-workers and referred to each other by our first names.Thr training program was thorough and intensive but at the end you your were able to cope with the work.