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Since 1990, Sensitech's monitoring solutions have helped to maintain the quality, integrity and security of our customers' valuable products at every step in their journey, all around the world.

A former employee said "Members of the management team over at Sensitech have been in their positions for too long and have become set in their ways. Steady turnover of employees with less than 5 years of experience coupled with an abundance of long-term employees means that newer ideas/people don't really stand a chance and as a result the office culture is set in stone. No effective HR to speak of and passive/aggressive management behavior can and does result in employee morale problems."

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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Product Management organization in Sensitech is very old-school, does not understand true agile and lean engineering concepts and immediately shuts down any ideas for product improvements coming from the engineering team. The overall Sensitech atmosphere and culture is very political due to the fact that Sensitech started as a hardware company and recently started to see more value in the software since hardware is now a commodity, but engineering leadership has no enterprise software development experience and rely on personal impressions to make decisions that leads to a political war."

Former Employee - Manager says

"Micromanaging Inept Senior Management Unprofessional - Snr Management have openly complained about the mother company, call other managers to get "scoops" on colleagues, gossip is rife."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Members of the management team have been in their positions for too long and have become set in their ways. Steady turnover of employees with less than 5 years of experience coupled with an abundance of long-term employees means that newer ideas/people don't really stand a chance and as a result the office culture is set in stone. No effective HR to speak of and passive/aggressive management behavior can and does result in employee morale problems."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Compensation is well below average. Management team is hired based on popularity instead of skill and knowledge. Very few middle and upper managers have the basic management skills and education to properly run a team. Low level employees are typically blamed for management's mistakes. Management does not listen to their employee's ideas. If you are not liked then you can be sure they will try to force you out. HR will always side with management and can be very unprofessional."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"This company exercises unfair job practices when relating to compensation of their lower level employees. Sensitechs pay grade is comparable to the salary of a retail store worker or pizza shop. The worst part is that you can constantly be fixing other team members issues but will experience the same bonus, pay grade and respect as said person who constantly screws up. In turn people are less inclined to want to help. Their competitors pay better for this type of work so I suggest looking into employment else where first. One would think a company of this stature wouldn't have employees struggling to live given how hard that they work, but they do. They would rather buy ice cream machines instead of compensating there lower level employees better. It's saddening"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Upper management at the Redmond facility is the problem, no advancement opportunities, management has been there so long they will not change or listen to new ideas. Upper management lacks any coaching skills and will not appreciate anything you do."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Lack of passion for both the company and all employees, Micro-management, Serious heavy work load, no room for self improvement"

Former Employee - Quality Engineer says

"I don't have any cons"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"little possibility for advancement in the company"

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"Upper management is overwhelmed due to lack of expertise"

Software Engineer Consultant (Current Employee) says

"search ratings and reviews of over 600,000 companies worldwide. Get the inside scoop and find out what it's really like from people who've actually worked there.nonenone"

Programming Associate (Former Employee) says

"Had the opportunity to work in the first shift starting at 6 am for 5 days a week. Learned how to configure and provision the devices used for temperature control in the trucks."

Control Center Operator (Former Employee) says

"If you are a fan of the "good ol boys club" this is the place for you. If management does not like you, they will force you out but if you are friends you can get promoted even if you are not qualified for the position you are applying for. Managers are happiest when they know they have made your life miserable.great benefitsManager likes to lie."

N/A (Former Employee) says

"A very top heavy organization as they continue to do lay offs of individual contributors. Most employees are unhappy or insecure in their current roles."

Manager (Former Employee) says

"Management team promotes based on friendship and not qualifications which leads to poor management. If they do not like you they will find ways to force you out. They rarely listen to their employees and typically dismiss their opinions. Sensitech does have good benefits although compensation could be more competitive."

Marketing Manager Pharmaceutical Supply Chain (Current Employee) says

"Company isn't a progressive company. They are not ready to grow."

Assembler (Former Employee) says

"Sensitech only recruit employees through another intermediary, so employees will not receive any benefits from Sensitech, the time for official consideration will be after 18 months of work."

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