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Great company, teamwork throughout the company
Executive Assistant (Former Employee), Carlsbad, CASeptember 14, 2014
Thermo Fisher is a great place to work. The employees all work together to strive for the same goal.
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Employees were permitted to listen to music while they worked. Team oriented work environment.
Lead Shipping Clerk (Former Employee), Florence, KYSeptember 11, 2014
High energy.
Strict attention to details.
Constant improvement of work flow and team morale.
Getting the team to come together and fulfill the daily requirements.
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Customer Service Representative (Current Employee), Houston, TXSeptember 10, 2014
Cons: too many to name
Very low morale and no room for growth. Management is all about self and does not recognize that life happens.
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Great place to work.
Quality Control Technologist (Former Employee), Lenexa, KSSeptember 9, 2014
Great place to work. They had a lot of room to grow and learn new things.
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Good Place to Work
Chemical Laboratory Technician (Former Employee), Tewksbury, MASeptember 6, 2014
Thermo Fisher is a good place to work, The work environment is very good. Thermo is a world class company with 40,000 employees which makes it a bit lonely and overwhelming. People there are very smart and educated as well as capable. I felt like it was a bit large for me. Advancement and recognition come slowly and so patience is a plus. Culture is – more... a bit cold, but the benefits are great. – less
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Terrible management and bonus structure
CLINICAL SALES CONSULTANT (Current Employee), Denver, COAugust 28, 2014
Pros: n/a
Cons: pay, bonus
Thermo isn't a place to work because the management will take advantage of representatives. The Regional Sales Manager in the Kansas City market took a reps new car and gave them his because he felt he needed more than the representative.
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Good experience, Nice Company
Chemical Operator (Former Employee), Secaucus, NJAugust 27, 2014
Great learning experience. Warehouse manager is great. Safety Conscious environment.
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Thermo Fisher
M&A Finance Integration Lead (Former Employee), Carlsbad, CAAugust 26, 2014
Found there to be a general lack of leadership within this company. This is pretty standard large company, not a great place to work.
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Exciting team to be part of
engineer (Current Employee), wisconsinAugust 21, 2014
We are leaders in serving science.
I have learned theory and mechanics of Spectroscopy, met engineers from all over the world and have had first hand affect on customer satisfaction.
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I enjoyed working there, had a great time
Order Fulfillment Planner (Former Employee), Asheville, NCAugust 20, 2014
Pros: thermo was very good about trying to take care of their employees
Cons: in some areas the lack of training
I would have retired from Thermo if there would have not been so many management changes and reduction in workforce.
It was a very fast past work day with never ending changes through out the day, you had to be prepared to take off one hat and put on another to handle the needs of your customers, both internal and external. I learned that everyone is – more... a customer and that you may have to stretch things as thin as possible to get the job done. You may have to stay at work that extra hour to confirm a package is going to make the truck for delivery but in the end it makes you feel great to know your customers needs are going to be met. The hardest part of the job is when you have exhausted every effort possible and you would have to tell a customer there was no possible way their order could not ship early because we had no extra in stock and their unit was not off the production line yet, but that it was moved to the front of the line and would ship the next day. The most enjoyable was to hear the customers voice when you could tell them you had plenty in stock and you would send one out overnight at no charge for early morning delivery so that they could could be back and running the following day. – less
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Great Job for people who like problem solving
Quality Control Chemist (Current Employee), Fair Lawn, NJAugust 19, 2014
You are always learning something new and are constantly challenged, which makes this a great place to work.
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Flexible place to work but bad management
Technical Writer (Current Employee), South San Francisco, CAAugust 12, 2014
I liked working here for the flexible hours, but management was persistently negative. Coworkers are great and train you well though.
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Electronic Assembler (Former Employee), Barrington, ILAugust 11, 2014
You learn a lot of things. You work with different people.The hours where good. All in all it was a good company
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good shift
put away/receiving technician (Former Employee), Nazareth, paAugust 11, 2014
Pros: work hours
Cons: management, no advancement, no raises.
The pay is terrible. Everyone gets paid the same no matter what position you are in. They lie about hiring you through the company. The background checks are more difficult than FBI checks. No raise upon hire. Management is horrible. The training is bad, you have to pretty much learn from other people or on your own. I wouldn't recommend anyone looking – more... for a long term career to apply here. People constantly come and go. A very high turn around rate. The receiving supervisor is a mean old lady who abuses her power. – less
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Strong disconnect btw ground level emp and upper mgmt
Senior Chemical Specialist (Former Employee), South San FranciscoAugust 5, 2014
Cons: low pay, disconnect between management, no growth possibility
Unfortunately when ThermoFisher arrived at the site they absorbed too many services and put them under the ULS brand. There was a lot of talk going through the hiring process of cross training within different services but those words were empty statements. The only way to move up within this company would be if any one above would leave and everyone – more... was pretty cemented within their positions. They put a lot of the wrong people into positions that they had no business being in the first place. Program Managers and Department Supervisors were not aware of the low morale going on with the program and their main purpose was to feed the ego of the Director and HR Manager. This contract was way more than ULS could handle but they came in and undercut cost that other companies were paid to do the services at this site. It was all about cost cutting and doing what you can with a bare bones crew regardless of the employees who kept the business running. I would not recommend anyone to work within the ULS brand, you would be better off looking else where. – less
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Senior Sales
Senior Account Manager (Former Employee), Houston, TXAugust 4, 2014
Pros: great learning and developement
Cons: forcast
return VM, emails
Access new business
maintain current business
grow new and current business
introduce new products and technology
vendor relations
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Competitive Work Field
Picker/Packer (Former Employee), Allentown, PAJuly 28, 2014
Pros: competitiveness
Cons: cold storage
A typical day included picking, pulling, and packing orders in a cold storage facility. The best part about the job was the competitiveness and incentives.
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A good place to work and learn
Scientist (Former Employee), San Jose, CAJuly 17, 2014
Pros: great colleagues, a learning place. relax.
Cons: need to improve benefit, need better management
Thermo Fisher Scientific is a decent place to work. I have worked with many PhD level scientists. They are great, best of the best. However, you may work hard but little promotion. The management might not see your contribution.
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great company.... poor management
Lead Senior Account Executive (Current Employee), Swedesboro, NJJuly 16, 2014
Pros: work life
Cons: management and executive unable to make decisions
prefer not to answer... Many good employees are an asset but unable to move into one operations after multiple acquisitions.
team needs to be lead into future. Procedures and plans are not implemented.
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Ok Company
warehouse (Current Employee), PAJuly 15, 2014
Pros: good benefits and good vacation days.
Cons: pay
For the work they pay very little and if your into brownosing this is the place to be. The leads are clueless and talk behind your back. Supervisor do not have the guts to listen what an employee has to say
If your not liked they will make your life miserable.

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