OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Temecula, CA – June 17, 2017
i had work at infienon for 5 months, and i learned a lot about auto wafers. i got a good trainer. and i learned some thinks from technicians, and some supervisors are really nice ,also some workers are nice and like to teach or show me how to use those tools and what the tools do.and this job is hard about the time u have to stand all night for 12 hours,but i like that place i learned a lot from my trainer and tech.
Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – Morgan Hill, CA – June 8, 2017
Good management from Operations Director. Strong leadership from individuals that made it a valuable experience to work there. I was able to learn a tremendous amount about Eviromental, Health and Safety and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.
Production Operator (Former Employee) – Morgan Hill, CA – June 5, 2017
-Overwork. -Work on weekdays, weekends, and holidays. -Massive overtime pay. -Promotion available, after years of work. -Slight raise from promotion. -Fast paced. Speed and efficiency are most important. -Strict 30 minutes break. Clocking system. -Employees laid off or quitting is common.
Lose a great deal of time in exchange for money. Nothing else matters.
Not a bad place to work if you dont mind mass firing every 3 years
Field Test Engineer (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – May 29, 2017
• Created, defined, and developed system validation environment using tools like Mobile Analyzer, Artemis for 2G/3G FW tracing and debugging • Responsible for the development of methodologies, execution of validation plans, and debug of failures • Executed performance tests against competition and achieved benchmarking in the field • Tested overall systems in live network conditions with a focus on specific geographies and operators
Mixed. Company as a whole is good but North American management appears disconnected from overall company core values
Senior Staff Application Engineer (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – April 26, 2017
Infineon is a well run company with excellent technology and a heavy focus on producing technology that meets the needs for today's demanding market segments . However their local management( North America) had poor regard for experienced personnel and failed to clearly define roles and responsibilities and hold people accountable for doing their job. This placed a heavier and unnecessary burden on those trying to perform their job tasks in line customer needs . In addition I found the lack of cohesiveness between sales, marketing and engineering very frustrating and the atitude confrontational . The inability to recognize and capitalize on market trends and employ innovative ideas was also a frustrating part of the job .Managers seem to have no vision or initiative to evaluate new ideas and reward people those for creating them. This behavior was seemingly the opposite of what the company sought globally
Gan Application Lab Manager Responsibilities (Former Employee) – El Segundo, CA – March 17, 2017
A fun place to work for me with a very open engineering environment. Most all people were very nice and courteous to me. The managers and staff in my group were very flexible with work and provided a learning environment for me to excel and eventually transition to a contributing member of the staff in an engineering capacity.
Great Company to work for,nice local location with regular hours.
Office Administrator/Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Torrance, CA – January 26, 2017
A typical day at work consisted with greeting visitors,(both national & international) delivery vendors. Checking emails, accepting and arranging meetings for my supervisor's calendar as needed. Assisting other managers as needed. Loved planning onsite & offsite events.
Shut Down between Christmas & New Years
Can be a bit hectic at times the only person in this capacity
Operator (Current Employee) – Morgan Hill, CA – January 17, 2017
You start off as a temp and sometimes get made permenant. Temp wages vary a lot. Work is easy once you are done with training but it is difficult to put up with management and supervisors. You don't get any thank you for going in for overtime or for making numbers. All they care about is numbers. Management needs to have more human kindness. Most operators work on weekends and have 2 week days off. A lot of new temps get paid more that permanent people and some permanent people have been there over 10 years! I train a lot of the new hires and they get paid more than I do..when they have no experience. When I asked why HR said I can go back to the temp agency, lose my benefits and not be permanent so I can get more money.
Work is easy. If permanent get 2 bonuses per year
Management has no human kindness. You areLucky if you g et .50 cent raise per year.
Quiescent experience for some, stellar for others.
Electronics Technician (Former Employee) – Silicon Valley, CA – January 14, 2017
Seasonal workload changed, from crazy busy to clean-your-desk days. Many excellent colleagues - star players - and some team players whom achieved goals as a unit. Fairly political free zone. International presence, with potential or travel.
Management sought employee feedback annually, company picnic
Account Manager (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – October 12, 2016
Entscheidungen werden in München getroffen und die ausländischen Niederlassungen müssen mit diesen Randbedingungen erfolgreich sein. Lange Historie in der Industrie. Management legt Wert auf Stabilität
Product Marketing Manager (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – June 20, 2016
8 to 6 with extended hours in the morning and evening to interface with colleagues in Europe and Asia. Using SAP. Good management Very cooperative and friendly co-workers. Timely completion of projects Working on state of the art products
Probe Operator (Former Employee) – Temecula, CA – April 26, 2016
Although being in the company for a couple of weeks, termination was imminent due to my lack of ability to retain the training techniques of a complex and extremely fast-paced work day. The workplace was stressful and not enough information was given during training, making my time there very confusing and unpleasant. Not my personal ideal workplace.