Warehouse Worker, Semiconductor industry (Current Employee) – Malta, NY – September 16, 2017
I have been screamed at, charged at and discriminated against. When I confront these people they have no clue about other people's point of view. I prepared to get hit and have been 3 times by a pallet jack.
Technical Program Manager (Current Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – September 10, 2017
Applied Materials, Inc. is an American corporation that supplies equipment, services and software to enable the manufacture of semiconductor chips for electronics, flat panel displays for computers, smartphones and televisions, and solar products
Systems Administrator (Former Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – August 30, 2017
This company will grind u to the bone. Their leadership is inept. They have little regard for work life balance. Way too many managers per employee. I hated every minute up until the point where i needed to train my Indian counterparts to take over my work.
additional hours worked for bonuses and pressure put upon you is no where near worth it
pay is very substandard, manager is great, and there is a lot of bs. My benefits have been screwed up by corporate, and at the customer location I still do not have the correct accesses, despite having numerous tickets open with IT.
NPI Material Planner/Buyer (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – August 25, 2017
AMAT was very relaxed environment when I was there. I did not find the work very challenging at all. The benefits were good and the culture and people were great! The campus in Austin is in a bad location but it is nice and pleasant to be at while there. The workspaces are very spacious, clean and inviting.
The main con was the pay - I found it to be far below industry standard for a corporation of the size AMAT is.
Good Benefits, Relaxed Culture, Great People, Good Work/Life Balance
Project Manager/Dispatch/Billing (Current Employee) – Oakland, CA – August 4, 2017
I work with a great group of individuals. This is a fast paced and high stress environment and there are never enough hours in the day. The hardest part of the job is the commute (45 miles takes 2+ hours). The most enjoyable part is my coworkers and the great working relationship I have with the contractor's and clients.
Product Support Engineer (Former Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – August 1, 2017
Very good company to work for. As I remember when the first time i start they put in training class to learn the product for two week before i go out to interact with customer. Manage is very support what I'm doing at the customer site. Highly recommended to work for this company.