Receiving and Forklift Truck Operator. (Former Employee), Houston, TX – August 30, 2015
Pros: Free lunches
Cons: Short Breaks
My job as Receiving, gave me the opportunity to know the work of Ware House, we had free time for lunch, my colleagues were very supportive in all areas, I was able to do the courses Forklift Truck Operator.
Very not efficient and unprofessional management team
Cost Accountant (Former Employee), San Jose, CA – July 23, 2015
The accounting management team in USA - unable to identify the real problems and publicly yell and belittle at employees out of frustration. Very little regard for their staffs. The department’s issues along with their troubles of finding good employees. It seems clear that the management is the problem. Plus working very long hours everyday!!! If you want a career, stay away from Foxconn.
Production Worker (Former Employee), Plainfield, IN – April 28, 2015
all they care about is money and nothing else. there was always something breaking in the warehouse. they only cared about themselves and managers there can not do there job. all they do is walk around talking on the phone. save yourself the trouble and go else where
Inventory Lead Team Leader (Former Employee), Omaha, NE – March 16, 2015
Managed and receive merchandise worth $10 - $14 million. Speed up productivity by controlling stock flow in an efficient manner. Provide training for new team members to learn cycle counts procedures. Suggested new policy and procedure that increased time-productivity relationship by 15%.
Material Review Board (Former Employee), Plainfield, IN – March 13, 2015
Pros: sometimes foxconn serves free lunch
Cons: short breaks are appropriate and enough for me
My supervisor and senior staffs were very kind to me. I was happy working there but transportation was a big problem that's why I quit from FOXCONN. And there are less chance to get hired and benefits are also very less.
Pretest tester (Former Employee), Houston, TX – February 18, 2015
hard work and less money nothing bad bad you lifting and pull the heavy rack and you stand up all the day like slave nothing when you don't have enough work the manager send every body home. sometime for tow week no work
Cons: pay rate, benefits, work conditions, too many to name
The Facility in NC is the most unorganized manufacturing facility I have ever been apart of. The plant manager has a view of life that has been antiquated 100 years ago, and uses this mindset on his employees.
Overall great working place but the pay rate and workers were lousy.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee), Houston, TX – September 8, 2014
I learned a little of everything in the packaging lines; from assembling units, testing, and packaging them. Management was decent at best, co-workers lacked discipline. The smooth operating of the job was the most enjoyable.