Associate 2 (Former Employee) – Snoqualmie, WA – 6 March 2019
bad bad bad not recommended at all so much stress in that place if you love your life get away from it specially from Global service Department WOW run for your life they love numbers healthcare industry should be Quality
FDA Zero findings? really!
trust me people doing jobs they are not certified for nobody know what happen under the sheets Managers and VP at Global Service I get sick just remember them Multitasking do not show all you Multi-skills they suck them for pennies or you will not get pay at all, they love that I feel sorry for people (workforce)that still there People join all full of life leaved almost dead or not make it (dead) so much stress really
Service Material Planner (Current Employee) – Issaquah, WA – 25 November 2018
Upper management basically changed every few years which created no identity or direction. Morale overall was low and toxic. Decided that my time with Spacelabs was at a end and I needed a change so left.
Mechanical Engineer II (contract) (Former Employee) – Snoqualmie, WA – 8 April 2018
There are a lot of interesting tasks you can get into over there, from 3D printing to machining to RF design. Make sure you take notes on all of your design steps, because product documentation is extensive.
Heavy Lifting Material Handler (Former Employee) – Snoqualmie, WA – 11 November 2017
There were set tasks for everyone and we are all busy all the time, work needed to be done precisely and efficiently. There wasn't much room for conversations, but the few i had was nice and welcoming. The team i was with was very inclusive and accepted me in as part of the team immediately.
At Spacelabs I was a Sales Executive responsible for selling everything from single a bedside physiological monitor to a full scale hospital or enterprise wide solution. The company culture was great and everyone from the service team to the back office support team had one goal in mind - take marketshare!
Engineer (Former Employee) – Snoqualmie, WA – 7 August 2017
The previous management could not focus on one thing that we needed to be best at - we kept being re-directed to do many different things because they taught we can be best at everything. New management is bureaucratic and does not take any input from people that are doing the work to help the company overcome systemic problems. In addition, HR only cares about company not being sued therefore employees do not trust anyone in the organization. Without trust and transparency, not sure if this company can be saved in the near future
Mechanical Engineer (Former Employee) – Snoqualmie, WA – 5 August 2017
Spacelabs was a company full of people who wanted to help but were unable due to a lack of leadership. There was no direction from upper management on where the company was headed and the engineering efforts suffered. Engineers spent their time putting out fires instead of developing new products. The morale was very low throughout the company.