Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Mansfield, TX – September 14, 2017
Besides being VERY cold some days this has been an amazing job to have. The coworkers and managers are almost all very friendly and helpful. Also, I have received discounts on several electronic items which has been beneficial.
Order Puller, Consolidation (Current Employee) – Mansfield, TX – September 12, 2017
Overall ok pay, hr lunches hrs are fine. So many different culture's its really cool! Also the shirts are nice , colourful and nice fitted. The employees there are friendly and kind of rubs off on you!
You only succeed here if you are a manager's favorite
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Mansfield, TX – August 4, 2017
It's typical date entry and an easy job. The co workers can cause drama and the Manager's are worse. They let their favorites slack off and the rest of us have to take on the pace. Manager was very unprofessional.
Sales (Current Employee) – Mansfield, TX – July 8, 2017
Company has everything to offer. Big company Great building Make tons of $ Low compensation Poor benefits Horrible management (lazy managers ever) Directors do not care - only numbers matters HR does not get involved in any type of incentive for employees development
If you like being underpaid while having to regularly work extra hours, then Mouser is the place for you. If you like using outdated technology while the company continues to outsource anything modern, then Mouser is the place for you.
Any quality employee at Mouser only works there because they live close by and don't want a long commute. Many of them have strong personalities, and can be difficult to work with. There are some great people there, but almost none of them have been there longer than two or three years.
Because the company has such a hard time finding people willing to work with outdated technology, and for low pay, job security is almost guaranteed.
While I'm sure the overall company is fine, it is the software development department that needs to change their priorities.
Desktop Support Technician (Former Employee) – Mansfield, TX – April 21, 2017
Systems are so far behind, spending more time fixining old junk equipment. They will not purchase new required equipment. No Process Control Management. Network and data security is a complete joke. Company hired and data security specialist and every time he brought another issue to them they attacked him in a completeley hostile manner. Stay away if you do not want to lose your skill's.
Information Systems Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Mansfield, TX – March 24, 2017
Micro-managers; extremely high turn-over rate, negative environment, below average pay, stressful environment, hard to please supervisors, work load too heavy. The management of this company brings down morale and people leave.
Order Flow Supervisor (Former Employee) – Mansfield, TX – February 27, 2017
The pay was below average for operations supervisors. The company really is a very fun and enjoyable place to work. Lots of lunches, company events, employee appreciation, technologically advanced warehouse, modern policies, etc. The only con was the pay. The work life balance was the best thing about working there.
Employee (Current Employee) – Mansfield, TX – September 9, 2016
This company location has a very high turnover rate. The managers use personality reasons to seek out employees and find ways to fire them or make them quit. Pay is decent, but below par with jobs in the city. The managers have been here forever and seldom get in any trouble, even when they are doing something wrong. If you have tenure it's hard to get rid of you, but they still can do it. Every department has it's ups and downs. My department is awful. No one cares about you or treats you with respect, unless you are part of the "clique". The manager is not friendly except on certain days. They will give you emotional whiplash. I do enjoy the casual days and employee activities. Maybe it's just my department that is so bad.
HR has a high turnover so don't spend too much time with one HR person. They are mostly friendly and will help you with any problems. I learned to not be afraid of them and getting in trouble because you go see them.
Decent Company, Gives t-shirts, dress code
Management, Breaks, Pay, High Turnover, No Respect, Lack of Advancement
Canadian Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Mansfield, TX – July 29, 2016
My review of Mouser Electronics is only positive. Working there was home away from home. Employees are friendly and easy to work with. Training was thorough and when it was all said and done a new hire could be competent about beginning their position. The hardest part of the job was the last couple hours of the day as all employees tried to finish up the work load while keeping client's and customer's satisfaction at the forefront of their job. The customer's always came first. This is what I loved most about Mouser, the instilled integrity and kept their clients satisfied.
If you are looking for a well paying job in general and are fairly competent then Mouser will be fine for you as long as you're not expecting too much. Either way, as time goes on, during your stay there you will come to find numerous discombobulations in the policies and the standards at which they actually run the company. This can be a problem if you desire to move up in the company or actually take interest in attempting to resolve certain issues. Otherwise if you do at least the minimum requirements of your job title and go about your day obediently then you should have almost no problems.
Order Puller (Former Employee) – Mansfield, TX – March 16, 2016
This company cares only about numbers not employees.I recently had some family issues that needed be taken care of.did mouser care no what they cared about was how much missed time I had.needless to say I lost my job over it