Senior Research Chemist & LCMS Specialist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 27 August 2018
You can learn a lot through work. Managuement is very low efficient. Work place culture is good. Hardest part is job switching too much. The most enjoyable is people there are friendly. Work environment is OK. Safty is very good. People friendly. Lot of cosmatic effort for the company merging effort.
Sales (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 2 August 2018
Cheap company, doesn't care about their employees, they expect to keep people while paying peanuts. The turnover in the Ottawa office is unbelievable, in very department. People can't wait to leave. I've lost count the amount of times I noticed employees searching for new jobs while on the job....
Field Service Representative II (Current Employee) – Markham, ON – 10 June 2018
using ancient computer system. no support from HR and upper management. everything is about #s #s #s. unrealistic expectations. underpaid, over worked without over time pay. Hires retards for pennies that can't do simple tasks.
Laboratory Technician (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 3 March 2018
Thermo Fisher offers good benefits to its employees and also a decent pay. The problem is the management at the location I worked at didn't have much respect for our off time, keeping us some nights hours after our shifts had ended
Bilingual Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Ottawa West, ON – 21 August 2017
Over all it requires complete make over of the system and applications. Outdated just like the management of CSR department. Company does not invest in the upkeep of the call centre. Its processes, software or equipment. Very out dated processes and management is still working like its 1986. also people have worked there forever and are hard determined to make sure no new people move up anywhere even get ride of you, if they are threatened of loosing there job.
Production Technician (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 2 April 2017
The work and people at Thermo-Fisher were great. I worked night shifts. It was stressful learning the dispenser position. Was fired for no reason. Management fired the entire night crew and no one knows why. The company would not tell us why.
Tedious work with excellent coworkers and good managment
Production Technician (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 11 March 2017
Typical day involved first attending a meeting to find out what products were already manufactured during the earlier shift while learning what was expected to be produced - this included finding out if the were any issues with the equipment or products. Management would alter production schedules around significant errors and listen to any concerns. Once at my station, I would be responsible for my paperwork and checking the production line for any errors or defects, and assisting my coworkers when required; this was the most time-consuming and monotonous aspect of the job. At the end of day, ensuring proper paperwork had been filled out and cleaning of station and equipment while readying for the next day.
Understanding management, good training, hour long lunch, occaisional free donuts
Office Facilities Co-Ordinator (Former Employee) – Burlington, ON – 26 January 2017
Was responsible for the office facilities to make sure that the office was always up and running efficiently. Also supported the Lead Team with internal and external meeting with existing and potential Laboratory automation companies
Creating Laboroatory Automation
Unable to meet full expectations of the client and their automation needs
A local team work environment which took great pride in the manufacture of medical devices.
Quality Assurance Manager (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 29 August 2016
Over 13 years I developed solid management skills which was very rewarding. Developing and mentoring my team members was my greatest accomplishment. I thoroughly enjoy all aspects of bench work in a lab setting.