Exergen Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Exergen Corporation is a designer and manufacturer of infrared scanners, thermometers, and sensors headquartered in Watertown, Massachusetts. Exergen products are used in applications including, among others, medical, automotive, food processing, agriculture, and textile. The company was founded in 1980 by Francesco Pompei, who patented the world's first temporal artery (forehead) thermometer.
Exergenhas has a poor management, employees have no equal opportunities, are underpaid and mistreated, according to a former employee at indeed.com
"80% of employees have been there for years but paid at a minimum, ALWAYS poor management, definitely not equal opportunity, no matter what you are doing the payment will stay low. Well known company but treats 80% of the employers poorly."
Assembler/Production (Former Employee) says"80% of employees have been there for years but paid at a minimum,ALWAYS.poor management,definitely not equal opportunity,no matter what you are doing the pay will stay low.well known company but treats 80% of the employers poorly.well knownpay is cheap and you will be temp for 2+ years at the same pay rate"
Senior Engineering Technician (Current Employee) says"I have worked at Exergen as full time employee for three years and had a review. I have talked many other employees and none that have be treated so poorly. I believe this is discrimination."
Sales / Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) says"Focus on day-to-day operation while dealing directly with customers and other employees."
Machine Operator/Material Handler (Former Employee) says"My typical day is standing in one place doing the same thing over and over again all day long. We also go to different departments when the machine is down.It was a easy jobYou will never move up on the ladder"
Supervisor in Training (Former Employee) says"Company is very disorganized and most employees do not speak fluent English. Many opportunities to learn new materials but with poor training."
Shipping and Receiving Clerk (Current Employee) says"The primary product is thermometers. The spring/summer is slow season, when shipping/receiving gets work in bursts and otherwise needs to find ways to keep busy. The fall/winter is busy because it's flu season and the work gets much faster-paced. The people who work there are friendly and comprise several tight-knit teams.There is a little difficulty in getting to know people outside your own department, both through physical separation and staggered break times, but everyone pitches in together to get the work done as efficiently as possible.pleasant break room, free coffee and tea, possibility of advancementlow pay, reliant on temp staffing, clear communication can be lacking"
Auto Mechanic (Former Employee) says"I didn't have a lot of things to complain about when I worked at this job. Just didn't seem to be a right fit for myself personally. Would recommend to others."