machinist (Former Employee) – Cortland, NY – November 18, 2015
Typical manufacturing shop. good group of guys, some worked, some slept. Management restructured often, which left everyone running around cause no one knew anything. Promised training to advance and increase pay, never happened. Boss had his favorites, and was a slug.
Sales Associate/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Melbourne, Australia – August 10, 2016
Micro management, complex management structure and most managers are fighting for their existence at Pall. High staff turn over due lots of changes. focusing on agressive selling and lost their status of solution provider.
continuous changes, micro management, and complex environment
Customer Service Representative (temporary) (Former Employee) – Port Washington, NY – May 9, 2016
Purging previous years' invoices to make room for the current years' invoices, placing purged invoices in alpha/numeric order, placing them in the archives. Training for SAT was sporadic, some coworkers were memorable.
Operations Manager (Former Employee) – New Port Richey, FL – August 18, 2016
Micro Managed by a bully, my advice is stay far away until they figure out he is the problem - people don't quit the company they quit the manager and this guy is why I quit along with a ton of other managers.
Senior Research Scientist (Current Employee) – Port Washington – July 19, 2015
I develop new membranes or methods out of new materials. In this work, high inventive and technical skills are necessary combined with quick adaption to problems. Additionally, collaboration between groups (chemistry/development) is essential. Critical thinking and time management are important to decide when a research idea is not feasible.
Shipping/Receiving Clerk (Former Employee) – Hauppauge, NY – September 30, 2015
Worked as a shipping/receiving clerk and learned more of receiving/shipping process. Management worked well with its co-workers. Co-workers worked well together as a team. Most enjoyable part of the job was the co-workers.
Operator (Former Employee) – Ilfracombe, ENG – September 2, 2015
I enjoyed working here and i enjoyed the shift pattern as it added variety to the month. I enjoyed that clear instructions were given on what to do and that I was kept busy which is how I work best. I would have stayed at this job longer if I didn't have to relocate.
Global Solution Service Delivery Analyst MMWM (Current Employee) – Portsmouth, ENG – June 24, 2015
Life sciences line of business does make huge net profit whereas others are just ok. No pressure to work, hence work life balance is good Salaries increments & bonus for lower lower & middle level are not so good because all money is taken away by few people i.e Manager & above. Excellent performers are also axed under the name of IT restructuring.
Assembler A (Former Employee) – New Port Richey – May 21, 2015
This Place is a Joke! They only hire people without experience. A typical work day is watching everyone walk around and gossip. you are not trained properly. Management have their favorites, and have no idea what they are doing. Co-workers are Phony. The hardest part of the job was not getting rewarded for your hard work. The most enjoyable part of the job was the day I left. Well since they just sold the place I'm sure it will not last to much longer. Good Luck!
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Port Washington, NY – May 18, 2015
Business is business Pall Corporation is a outstanding Corporation. Long working hours for everyone but overtime is a plus unless you are salary based. I learned we have great hard working people in great places. My coworkers are one of the greatest part of working at Pall. The hardest part of the job is working long hours for overtime to make what is annually promised to me, which leaves me with no life balance. The most enjoyable part of the job is to hear my supervisors complimenting my hard work and dedication does not go unnoticed.
Great working environment
Need to know basis, trend of terminating employees at the end of day, after work is completed on Friday.
Mandatory overtime and loss of Christmas shutdown.
Operator (Former Employee) – Hauppauge – May 1, 2015
If all you want is mandatory overtime and loss of winter shutdown due to management keeping an impossible production schedule. Then this is the place for you. I have never been in a company that thought so badly of management, that the day I started training I was told to run as fast as I can and never look back.