Laboratory Technician in the Softlines Department (Current Employee) – Winnersh – July 13, 2016
• Main Duties: Laboratory Technician in the Softlines Department at UL working in fibre composition. Clients send in a piece of fabric or a garment for fibre identification and also determination of the percentages of different fibres present via a microscope, chemical extractions and various calculations. The results are made into a report and sent back to the client for evaluation. I will later be cross-trained on different fabric techniques investigating colourfastness, stability and physical properties of materials. • Skills: Gained experience of working in a textiles laboratory. Able to comply with EU and global rules and regulations easily. Interpret test results and prepare reports, whilst communicating with clients regarding tests, equipment and results. Helping to train other staff in specific test methods and enhancing my mathematical skills when carrying out a range of different calculations.
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Camas, WA – July 4, 2016
The CEO is only worried about his pocket. He is not for his employees. He does not visit the offices or even try to get to know the people that keep everything running smoothly.
Recently they have fired people just because they want to cut back on budget. Their bonus program is a joke. Managers only approve those who kiss their butt. You can not survive on the starting pay. Positions here starting at $16 an hour, else where start at $20.00 it's a true dead end job with no room for growth. If you want to feel unappreciated work here. Managers are not personal and do not stick up for their departments/teams.
Communication sucks with management and managers show appreciation by throwing Pizza parties like people are in grade school. If this CEO cared he would reevaluate how he treats his employees and how he rewards them. The attendance policy is a joke as well. Management is so unprofessional they do not know how to approve vacation. Managers Tisha and Sonya walk around kissing the butt of manager Julie who never speaks to staff. These managers are not fit for these positions. If they cared they would stand up and demand higher pay for their departments but they do not care about anyone but themselves. Employees pull together to help each other because some have faced losing their homes due to crappie pay. Some can not afford to feed their families because the pay is so crappie. By far the worst company to work for!
Database Administrator (Current Employee) – Camas, WA – June 15, 2016
Hard working, attention to detail, ready to take on multiple projects. I am vary competitive and take on any tasks. handling contracts as well as manufactures. Must be able to think clearly on your own and have to ability to adjust.
autonomous work enviroment with support from the office
Food Safety Auditor Team Leader (Current Employee) – Agoura Hills, CA – May 28, 2016
This position is a great position for self starters and highly organized individuals such as myself.
A typical day at work. 1. Review previous days numbers and follow up with team employees about their days and help develop employees on how to be more efficient and effective in their daily planning 2. Review client list and drive to locations. -Audit client facilities and provide training to client employees on site -Meet with clients and provide classroom style training when requested by clients -Train, Coach and Mentor Employees
Very good office environment with the best training programmes
Financial Services Supervisor (Former Employee) – İstanbul, T34 – January 27, 2016
My duties were more managerial rather than operational so I was making my day planning according to my meetings and conference calls. I always made time to coordinate and made plans with my team. I learned to manage people and be an effective team member at the same time. The hardest and the most enjoyable part of the job, at the same time, was working with a lot of people from all around the world. Working with different cultures made me more understanding and adjustable.
Engineers administrative assistant (Former Employee) – Northbrook, IL – December 17, 2015
A typical day depends on what you make it, there's plenty of work to do and everyone is there to help. Management was wonderful and so was the co-workers, the hardest part of the job is staying focus, with so much interesting activities going on, you sometimes forget you were at work
Lunches, break when you want and always employees appreciation dinners
Account Executive, Medical Device (Former Employee) – Boston – October 25, 2015
UL has a right mix of people to run the organization. Management is fair. The compliance world is always changes and UL trys to stay ahead of the competition. I left this company to take a risk on a start up, I wish I would go back!
Seems like a nice place to work on the surface but management invokes too many policies that undermine teamwork and calibration between different departments that are already needlessly split into sub-departments. Uneven accountability as some employees are held reasonably accountable while others not at all, usually associated with their managers ego. Absentee HR for rank and file workers.
Great starting salary but near impossible to stay above the inflation rate after that.
Safety, starting salary
Poor teamwork, Cronyism and nepotism, Almost no opportunity for advancement, Disjointed management spread too thinly
Engineering Project Handler (Current Employee) – Melville, NY – July 29, 2015
My typical day at work consists of writing emails, evaluating products (fittings, conduit, metallic outlet boxes, grounding conductors) to UL standards. From there I send them to the lab for testing. Once testing is complete and compliant I give them a listing mark.