Test Engineer (Former Employee), Santa Clara, CA – November 10, 2013
Pros: free cup noodle
Cons: too many, don't go if you are not desparate to find a job.
Worked as a contractor to hire position thinking I will get the full time offer. The company just terminated the contract in just one month. Later I found out there are 3 contractors me before got the same treatment. It is a bait and switch scheme that they lure you in and let you finish the work and then let you go. That is a very vicious scheme!
The – more... company runs like a Chinese family business controlled by the CEO and his daughter, despite it is a public company. If you don't speak Chinese you will have a tough time to learn your way around. The company also very suspicious of employees so everything you do is being monitored, and also you have to tag out with your badge so they can check how many hours you worked during the day.
It is a company that runs like a startup, so all the decisions are made last minute so expect your assignment and work to be changed any time. – less
highly productive and a leading optical industry in the country
dispensing optician (Former Employee), nigeria – May 13, 2013
Pros: no free lunch
the work is 11 hours a day,a learnt a soft glazing or dispensing of lenses,production and surfacing of the lense,the management is averagely ok anyway,the team work is sure indeed,the job is fun pleasure