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Quadtech, General Radio Company (later, GenRad) was a broad-line manufacturer of electronic test equipment in Massachusetts, U.S. from 1915 to 2001.


A former employee of Quadtech wrote this on indeed: QuadTech doesn't have any procedures, standards of operation, or idea of how to run a worldwide multi-million dollar company. they are winging it and they are losing ground in the market because of it. they are having to sell off divisions that have been around for 40+ years in order to maintain the semblance of "going to the future". the doctrine that the company follows is written about in a book, " ready, fire, aim", which is meant for startups and small businesses. it is leading them to fail...

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engineer (Former Employee) says

"Good people. Upper management lacks talent and promote silos. Use to be a great company. Lay offs every year and is the only way to cut the losses. Gone from 500 plus employees to less than 200 now."

Staff Engineer (Current Employee) says

"Quadtech provides numerous medical insurance benefits that are superior to nearly every local company. On the other hand QT pays significantly below the area standards for engineering and IT positions.excellent medicallower pay, out of date benefits"

Lead Technical Support Rep (Current Employee) says

"this company doesn't have any procedures, standards of operation, or idea of how to run a worldwide multi-million dollar company. they are winging it and they are losing ground in the market because of it. they are having to sell off divisions that have been around for 40+ years in order to maintain the semblance of "going to the future". the doctrine that the company follows is written about in a book, " ready, fire, aim", which is meant for startups and small businesses. it is leading them to fail... but if you are looking for a job that is relatively easy to get the hang of and old, this place is good. once you get in the swing it is easy to do the same basic things every day.good people, easy to learn, easy to keep upcompany is lost and leaderless"

Technician (Former Employee) says

"Job security is uncertain especially when getting within 5 - 10 years of retirement age. My co-workers were great making it hard to leave.Good benefits, clean environmentMicromanaged, don't value employees like they used to."

Software Development Intern (Former Employee) says

"At work I typically checked in and was alone working on my project save for meetings and lunch. Other than that, a day was spent in a high walled cubicle away from others. The most interaction was done through code reviews, but these were done over the network and not in person.independentsolitary"

Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) says

"QuadTech was a nice place to work. I learned a lot. The culture was nice and I liked the people I worked with. There seemed to be a bite of disorganization through some of the departments.QuadTech was sold by it's parent company.QuadTech was sold by it's parent company."

Electrical Assembler lll/Tester (Former Employee) says

"We worked hard but still had fun. I was able to travel to Europe to learn part of my job. I had a lot of opportunities to learn several different products. The hardest part was watching people being let go during layoffs. Most enjoyable part was the friends I had made.flexible timehealth care"

Senior Accountant (Former Employee) says

"Small company, limited grow for the company and self career promotion. Friendly people to work with from management to co-workers..nice work enviromentno much room to grow"

Production Group Leader (Current Employee) says

"This is a great place to work, but doesn' t open room for advancement. I would not volunteer 18 yrs of my life again. This is not the company to work for if you desire growth."

VP of Engineering and Operations (Former Employee) says

"Struggled to find new identity. Good legacy products reputation in a fiercely competitive market"

Manufacturing Team Leader/Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"I enjoyed going to work. Everything I know about manufacturing I learned in my 29 years there. The people I worked with were professional as well as the management team.Employee friendlyLow pay"

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