"There is limited growth within the company; if you aren't a part of the supervisor 'friends' list. And it's is a short list There is a very high turnover , dishonesty about the products, the company is solely about money not quality, unsafe work practices, slow response time for everything, not a culture of inclusion It's almost cult like when it comes to management, the fear is nauseating I wouldn't recommend this company to anyone."
"I was thrilled to finally get on with this company as it took months and multiple interviews before I was hired as a temp. I was hired full time 3 months in. Once I had a good knowledge of the system I began doing very well and was promoted to a higher queue which gave me even more opportunities to sell more to our customers. Once I started doing well the work place became a hostile environment. The managers did nothing to stop the intimidation. It was miserable."
"For their first 50 years, Hach was family-owned and family-run and treated everyone with respect. In 1999, Hach was bought by Danaher. In a company of 1000 people, nearly half quit in the first 12 months. Danaher is lauded for their manufacturing efficiency and reviled for their treatment of employees. Even today, Hach's highest-in-industry employee turnover attests to this harsh management. Typical corporate benefits."
"I worked for Hach for a year. They sell cutting edge technology to industrial and government customer for water quality testing. Their product helps keep everyone safe with clean drinking water and monitoring environmental waste."
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