Production Planning Analyst (Former Employee), Plainfield, IN – April 29, 2013
Not great working conditions. Foreign based company and the hardest part of the job was adjusting to the conditions. I learned that I wanted to find a better job and be apart of a company with more morale.
none (Former Employee), Houston, TX – April 5, 2013
Pros: no free lunch
Cons: we had breaks every two hours.
I worked with computer accessories packing different products and shipping them.Getting the travelers to find the packing what i was going to use for that product, I learned the different types of computer my very helpful when you need help the hardest part of the job was the not knowing what time i get out. cleaning up ,going home.
Full-time Worker (Former Employee), Houston, TX – March 13, 2013
Pros: taco truck outside of job.
Cons: very little pay.
My daily routine at Foxconn dealed with checking the picklist within the order to see what had to be shipped that day. Worked with some good co-workers and helped me make sure that our orders were correct before they shipped out to the customer. The hardest part of the job was that the docking bay was in the other side of the building and we had to – more... push the pallets with pallet jacks instead of forklifts. – less
QA operator (Former Employee), houston tx – January 20, 2013
Pros: you dont get anything free in here...never had lunch appreciation for employees.
Cons: no benefits unless you are hired by company but most of the employees are from agencies
I worked there for several years in the fallbrook location in houston Tx..Never got hired by the company even when they promised to hired me and some of my coworkers their excuse was that they didn't had money for hiring something we never believed..Never had paid vacations,holidays or sick days .If you had a family emergency they would give you an – more... attitude since they didn't care about employees families for them production is always first also when requesting a day off it was like asking for a rise...It just not a place for working mothers because they don't care about families...They are selfish people that only care about their Asian world of money... – less
When I worked for FOX-CONN, there were not to many companies doing manufacturing. There were not to many jobs available. I used all my previous work.
Pre-tester Receiving Dept. (Former Employee), Fort Worth, TX – August 23, 2012
The most of the days were typical and no new technology were used. Minimum amount of testing was performed on returned I Phone and swopped with new phone. No rework or refurbishment was performed. The company management was OK. Coworkers OK and cooperative. Work was typical and same again and again. It was not very enjoyable like my other employers.
Assembler,Tester,Unit Maintenance,Loader/Unloader (Former Employee), Houston, TX – August 2, 2012
Pros: free parties every friday, and long lunch break
A very productive and cool factory to work in. Nice long hours and plenty of overtime.I earned multiple certifications through on the job training.Co-workers are great to work with and very respectable.
Productive and great working enviroment with helpful coworkers
Order Management / Logistics Coordinator (Current Employee), Houston, TX – June 26, 2012
Typical day consists of sending all of my reports to Hp Business and Dot Hill Business. Ship out all daily and urgent domestic / INTL PO's. Work closely with PM, planners, buyers, and engineers for timely pack out of required units. Invoicing and updating all in house reports. Confirm with all carriers for pick up times.
I was the first to launch foxconn motherboard and graphics cards in the latin american market
LATIN AMERICA MARKETING MANAGER (Former Employee), MIAMI, FLORIDA – February 2, 2012
Pros: great experience, very hard working people, new paradigm
Cons: 1) chinese lack of marketing knowledge, no marketing funds available
it was the first time for both. for me : to work with a Chinese company. for Foxconn: to work with Latin america countries. both had different principles and different cultures. Sometimes i 'd come across questions like: if it worked for Argentina it will work for Venezuela. i got the opportunity to launch a brand in 13 different Latin countries and – more... this was a great experience in my professional life – less
Program Manager (Current Employee), Santa Clara – January 12, 2012
Work hours could be long depending on the job function. But the group of people I work with are mostly very pleasant to deal with and are knowledgeable and helpful. This is also a place you could learn a lot about manufacturing processes or business practices.