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.
marketing (Former Employee) – Milpitas, CA – November 5, 2015
Very collaborative work environment; good work life balance. Excellent engineering and hardware development. Company culture is very hard working and work product excellence is expected of everyone. Employees are very helpful and supportive of new employees.
Equipment Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Morgan Hill, CA – May 14, 2015
A typical day was trying to stay afloat. Training was to be conducted to 90% with your trainer each day. More like 1% and the rest you somehow figure it out. Too many unscheduled special projects or known as duties as needed. I knew there was something seriously not right when I was elected to become a water boy. Lugging 12 five gallon water jugs from building to building was not my idea of technical work. Training was basically leave you on the floor to magically figure it out. Not to mention the operator level tests for a technician which you had to take home on your own time. I didn't know I elected myself to continue my education. You would be signed off for training that never happened. Also asked to come in on different shifts as if I have nothing to do. The agency continued to make mistakes on the shift differential and required two months to get it right. The health insurance never happened turned out the agency never submitted it.
Machine Operator (Bonder) (Former Employee) – Morgan Hill, CA – December 21, 2014
I learned a lot working at Infineon Morgan Hill, CA. It's a pretty typical cleanroom manufacturing job here in the SF Bay Area. Training was quick and straightforward. You have a job to do and you do it. Generally there aren't too many people breathing down your neck when you're doing your work. Just keep up with what's expected of you and you'll do splendidly. Sometimes they expect you to work many hours to keep up with production demand.