MATERIAL HANDLER / General Operator 01 (Current Employee) – Terre Haute, IN 47805 – April 18, 2017
the workers are easy to work with however management cannot figure out how to schedule production orders that would consist of a 40 hour work week, work hours are unstable therefore resulting in fluctuating pay checks.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Terre Haute, IN – April 17, 2017
12 hour shifts with two 15 minute break and one 25 minute lunch. low energy from management. No chairs. No phones allowed inside. Sometimes the line leads want no talking in the lines which make the day seem to go by slower.
Machine (Former Employee) – Bolingbrook, IL – April 13, 2017
Love the prizes and awards and appreciation events but wish appreciation was shown daily. Expect too many hours with mandatory overtime. No work/life balance. Managers don't work the hours so they don't understand.
Sales Associate and Digital Imaging Specialist (Former Employee) – Glendale, CA – April 3, 2017
Working for SONY has truly been a positive experience. As a family that has used SONY products for over three generations and entering a fourth soon, this was dream come true. Had the honor and privelage of working for SONY Store for the holidays in 2013. Learned a lot about their wonderful products and even launched the PS4 into the latest generation. R.I.P SONY Stores, I hardly knew yee.
Discounts on various SONY products, first "dibs", competitive pay
Discer (Former Employee) – Terre Haute, IN – April 1, 2017
Its not too bad a place to work. The pay isnt great but its good for the work you are doing which is very easy after a couple days. Most people are friendly and understanding but your job isnt guaranteed.
General Operator III Group Leader (Former Employee) – Terre Haute, IN – March 23, 2017
Sony DADC used to be a grand place to work. However now it's a shell of it former self. Most of the work that used to take place there now happens in Mexico. Lower level management are hard working scapegoats. Lots of red tape and the upper management only care about their bottom dollar.
Temp controlled environments, 3 15 min breaks a shift, 30 min lunch.4 on 4 off rotating shifts
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Carrollton, GA – March 18, 2017
If you like music then you will be closer to its source than ever before. Here you get to see the ins an outs of C.D. manufacturing. I learned all aspects of how its done. the people were all friendly and maintained good attitudes. The hardest part of the job was fixing the machines when they broke down, but that rarely happened.