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Alot of Drama
Operator (Former Employee), Boise, IDFebruary 13, 2014
People I did meet were very nice. But team leaders would leave for long time. some very rude
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SAP MM Lead Consultant
SAP MM Lead (Current Employee), Boise, IdahoFebruary 6, 2014
• Leading L2/L3 support team.
• Provided Production Support as part of a team, resolving the Incidents related to purchasing department using BMC Remedy and Clear Quest tools.
• Involved in updating and configuring Master data and master records.
• Resolved issues related to Goods Issues, Goods Receipt, Reservation, Physical Inventory, Movement Types, – more... Transfer Order, Stock Transfer, Purchase Order, Invoice Verification and other relevant objects in Inventory Management.
• Resolved inventory issues related to the postings of batch managed material using RF.
• Worked with Business analysts to gather requirements for the processes.
• Worked on issue related to posting of documents through custom interfaces.
• Worked on material conversions and custom conversion programs.
• Configured special stock scenarios in Inventory management for Subcontracting, Consignment materials.
• Worked on custom Release Procedures for Purchase requisition and Purchase orders.
• Worked on goods and invoice verification and customization of business partner functions.
• Processed materials with Shelf Life Expiration Date (SLED) and batch management in the WM system.
• Designed and described Technical and Functional Specifications for customized transactions and programs.
• Configuring the Organizational Structure like Purchase Organization, Plant etc and their assignments.
• Workload balancing, Identifying potential areas of improvement for team members, Mentoring of team members
• Responsible for managing scope, planning, tracking, change control aspects of the project. This included solution proposals for new processes, estimation of implementing new changes in SCM Landscape, preparing scoping documents
• Responsible for effective communication between the project team and the customer. Provide day to day direction to the team and provide regular project status to the customer and IBM Management team.
• Performing root cause analysis for batch failures. I have identified number of issues in existing system design and proposed corrective measures for the same.
• Translate customer requirements into formal requirements and design documents, establish specific solutions, and leading the efforts including programming and testing that culminate in client acceptance of the results. – less
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Exciting learning opportunities
DRAM Product Engineer (Former Employee), Boise, IDJanuary 31, 2014
Pros: the boise area, and the pay.
Cons: job culture is dull.
Micron has a competitive and fast paced workplace environment. There will never be a day where you don't learn something new, which can be very exciting, but you'll have to work hard.
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good long term company with bennifits pay is a little low
Probe technician (Former Employee), Boise, IDJanuary 30, 2014
Pros: good pay, good bennifits
Cons: risk of being laid off, lack of loyalty to employees
Large company with an equally large corporate culture, they seem to be struggeling in difficult economic times and old technology. earnings are consistantly in thered but have improved on long term trends. the contunual retructuring could pull them into profitibility and long term sustainibility.
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Technician 3 (Former Employee), Manassas, VAJanuary 20, 2014
Great place to work...excellent benefits including PTO; my immediate Manager was fair and amazing to work for.
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Great company culture, everyone loves their job there, pride in the Micron group
DRAM Product Engineer - Co-op (Former Employee), Boise, IDJanuary 16, 2014
relaxed pace of work, great company culture, lots of opportunities.
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Micron has good future if certain changes are made
Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee), Manassas, VAJanuary 15, 2014
Pros: 401k match, coworkers, learning a new business
Cons: 12 hour shifts, poor training, poor cafeteria
Micron is an excellent company in its product production. However,
their reputation for poor management is partly earned with its poor training programs. The 12 hour shifts are difficult and there is a large turnover. The supervisors have few management skills. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting or beating production goals. I learned, again, – more... how important training and leadership are. – less
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My experience in Micron and skill learned
Senior Technician (Current Employee), Aguadilla,PRJanuary 9, 2014
I'm a technician my principal duties are attend process and mechanical problems in the SMT area and give support too in the test area diagnostic product fails and test machinery and do PM. I support engineer in machine programming, NPI and help to identify process improvement. Order parts for equipment down or need some future replacement. My experience – more... in Micron and my 20 years working as technician gives me a lot of learn by outside training and in house situation. That I learn capability me so personal working with people customer satisfaction, like technical knowledge to understand machinery schematic, functionally and feel comfortable with new equipment when the situation is presented.
In the management my supervisor I consider my friend we have a good relation and trust. My partners we are like friends too, we work together for 10 years in Micron and some of them for more time because work in previous job.
In my job the most difficult is had a machine down or with problems and I know is important for the company the equipment need is ready soon without problems to can meet the production targets. I enjoy fixing things and be recognizing like the best technician of the site. – less
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working in the semiconductor idustry I learned how to run expensive high tech. equipment and the importance of team work and and followin S.O.P.
Yield Analysis Technician (Former Employee), Boise, IDJanuary 6, 2014
I worked at Micron for 7 years in the fabrication(clean room) area and also in the Quality Control lab.
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Good benefits but old culture
Probe Engineer (Former Employee), Boise, IDDecember 22, 2013
There's a lot of freedom given. Managers are all nice and competent, but equipment is outdated and overhead is a bit messy. You may have two or three meetings talking about the exact same issues.

I like how bonuses are given only when there's a major release. Although you are expected to work 40 hrs a week, hours are very flexible.

Overall, this is – more... a world-class company working with the latest in memory which can be exciting, but organization could be poor. – less
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Driven environment
Software Engineering Manager (Current Employee), Boise, IDDecember 6, 2013
Pros: movement potential, good benefits, global interactions
Cons: staffing and other hr messages are mixed - little consistency across the company
Fast paced and a place where you can get a wide variety of experiences. Large corporation with lots of autonomy so your mileage may vary.
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Productive workplace
Production Operator (Current Employee), Boise, IDNovember 22, 2013
Good workplace lots of jobs. 12 hour shifts 3 days on 4 off 4 days on 3 off. Good vacation time and benefits
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Good company to get a start in the semiconductor industry after college
Wet Process Shift Engineer (Current Employee), Manassas, VANovember 17, 2013
Micron technology is a great place to gain experience in the semiconductor industry.
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Highly volitale industry. Lots of great co-workers, lots of diversity.
Engineering Technician (Former Employee), Boise, IDNovember 11, 2013
Pros: great health insurance and vacations
Cons: cubicles
Eight to Five in the middle of a cube farm is not for everyone.
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Interesting work, poor culture
Engineer (Former Employee), Boise, IDNovember 3, 2013
Pros: co-workers, technology
Cons: management style, culture
I really enjoyed the technology, day-to-day work and people at Micron. However the management is very hierarchical and secretive which leads to a culture that was often demoralizing. The pay is very competitive for the area, as are the benefits and time off so I would consider working there again.
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good place to work if accept compromises
Senior Process Integration Engineer (Current Employee), Boise, IDOctober 28, 2013
Micron is a good place to work, since co-workers are professional and friendly, you can learn a lot of technical skills. Management is not really able to provide a good carrier opportunity, neither challenging with broad responsabilities
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Good place to work
DRAM Product Engineer (Former Employee), Boise, IDOctober 3, 2013
Pros: good work/life balance
Cons: simple
The people are nice and easy going. Good work and life balance. No dinner on-site which means most people go home for dinner for the normal shift. But this is the only company in the area so cutural wise this place is a little poor. However, if you want a secured job and a place to raise a family, this is the place. BTW, the cafeteria kinda sucks, but – more... cheap enough though. – less
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great benefits,
Machine Operator (Former Employee), Sterling, ILSeptember 16, 2013
Pros: good bonus, you move up fast
Cons: cant miss any days. first missed day they let you go
good bonus if you never miss a day or call off sick.

3 months $100 bonus
6 months $200 bonus
1 year $1,000

only thing is line pace is fast but you get used to it. also they are harsh on people missing days.
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Nice but lacked real leadership
Process Operator (Former Employee), Frazier, paSeptember 12, 2013
Co-workers are the best friends one can ever dream of. Team work was exceptional.
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Overall a good place to work, lots of work to do. Depending on area there can be struggles with management communication and direction
Process Engineer (Former Employee), Boise, IdahoSeptember 10, 2013
Pros: autonomy, and freedom to do your job. a lot of great employees who are hard working and dedicated
Cons: management almost from top to bottom is very poor, mid to sr. level-- very little training w/management
*Because Micron is in a location where there is little to no competition there can be an attitude of the employees being treated as hostages
*A lot of independent thinking and good experience with the company. A lot of hard working dedicated people who care about direction are employed there.
*Seems as if there is a cultural shift in a management that – more... cares for employees to ones that are concerned about numbers-- This has been a theme shared since former CEO Steve Appleton passed away – less

About Micron Technology, Inc.

Micron Technology is one of the largest memory chip makers in the world. It makes DRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory), NAND Flash, – Read more

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