Labourer (Former Employee) – London, ON – 5 April 2018
This company has huge potential but the wrong people running it. It's unfortunate the owner does not spend more time on the floor to see that his management just likes to point fingers and hang out all day. I saw a lot of great talent leave this place because they couldn't put up with being under so much pressure and being asked to come in on Saturdays and Sundays due to the people with even the smallest bit of authority just sitting back and watching. This company has bosses, not leaders.
General Labourer (Former Employee) – Dorchester, ON – 13 June 2018
Very rewarding job had USMC come in and thank us for building a product the help protect there life's while on deployment. Very precise work learned how to use resins and hardeners and a great group of people work there.
Poor management keeps this company from realizing it's potential
worker (Former Employee) – Dorchester, ON – 9 December 2014
Company produces great products and has the potential to become a very significant supplier within the defense industry; however, poor decisions by upper management and the lowest moral of any place I have worked result in a revolving door of personnel which results in a knowledge loss and poor product.
Engineering Department (Current Employee) – Dorchester, ON – 8 September 2014
The best part of working at Armatec is the people. We have all worked very hard to bring this place of employment from a small "Mom and Pop Shop" to where we are today- World Leader in Passive Protection Systems.
Chef in the kitchen. Flexible work hours.
The benefits are very expensive and of little benefit.
Administration (Former Employee) – London, ON – 8 August 2012
Armatec Survivability is a horrible place to work. Promotions are based on who you know and how much you schmooze. The culture in general is toxic and a number of senior management are the cause. It is unfortunate because the products Armatec makes are fantastic.