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Malvern Instruments is a Spectris plc company. Founded in the late 1960s, the company is a manufacturer and supplier of laboratory analytical instruments, was influential in the development of the Malvern Correlator, and remains notable for its work in the advancement of particle sizing technology. The company produces technology for materials analysis; principally instruments designed to measure the size, shape, and charge of particles. Additional areas of development now include equipment for rheology measurements, chemical imaging, and chromatography.

In a review posted by INDEED a former Purchasing Coordinator from Houston, TX said Malvern Instruments routinely underpaid employees then closed its Houston office and moved overseas, also he added: "Not a good place of employment. While I enjoyed working with the people at this company and made many excellent friends and learned much about purchasing and logistics, ultimately this company had a way of making its employees feel underappreciated and ultimately like they were just a number not worthy of having even their names remembered by management. If the uppity ups didn't need you they didn't bother to recognize you were even in the room. That being said, the only exception to this seemed to be the CEO of the company who actually seemed genuine and kind, though I met him all of 2 times in my tenure at the company. All other members of management came across as self-important blowhards."

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Purchasing Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Not a good place of employment. While I enjoyed working with the people at this comapny and made many excellent friends and learned much about purchasing and logistics, ultimately this company had a way of making its employees feel underappreciated and ultimately like they were just a number not worthy of having even their names remembered by management. If the uppity ups didnt need you they didnt bother to recognize you were even in the room. That being said, the only exception to this seemed to be the CEO of the company who actually seemed genuine and kind, though I met him all of 2 times in my tenure at the company. All other members of management came across as self important blow hards."

Sales (Current Employee) says

"Its a low stress company and they don't make you work long hours. But they never get rid of anyone, even bad employees. The pay and benefits are well below average. Their is virtually no advancement opportunities and most managers do their best to keep you in your current role. Great job if you get a senior manager role.Hours are not longEverything Else"

PRODUCT SPECIALIST (Former Employee) says

"Management offers no growth potential.The job was demanding and there was no payoff. Expectations were high and the payoff was low.industry leaderno growth"

Accounting (Current Employee) says

"Work in various parts in the organization in a recent period of growth. Not much in the way of communicationGood Locationlack of communication"

Technical Architect, Scrum Master (Current Employee) says

"Excellent Company Great work life balance but to one needs patience to move ahead with career in Malvern"

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