Inventory Control Analyst (Current Employee) – Fremont, CA – September 8, 2016
I like working with this company and i have learned lots of new challenges in the field of Production and Manufacturing. The Management is fine but i like the team i work with; they are nice and very cooperative people. The hardest part of my job was the ERP system complexity but i learned it so quickly.
Test Opt (Current Employee) – Fremont, CA – March 8, 2016
A typical day at work can be busy if we get a lot of production to tests for a whole quarter of a project. It can be slow on days because at the end of the quarter we have no more productions to work with until our client gives us some more products. Working here has help me increase my skills and gain some experiences. The hardest part of this job is getting put on call when there are no work!
Over time, and holiday free lunches
Management, no jobs stability, job advancement, pay
finance (Current Employee) – fremont, ca – September 16, 2015
I have been with Synnex for some years and I work hard but my manager doesn't appreciate anything I do, no pay raise except for the annual 2% which seems to be nothing compare to how much everything else has been raised. my manager cares for nothing, if you plan to grow, this is not the place to stay long unless you are an aXX kissing type of employee. he gave his favorite person higher title, higher pay even that person is very slow but he is exaggerating everything he did. while for me, the quick but quiet person, he cares nothing. i asked for more job, he said no. i asked for higher title, he said no. seems like NO is an answer for everything.
Clerk (Former Employee) – Olive Branch, MS – September 21, 2016
After the meeting it was time to get to work everything was almost perfect about this job. My supervisor is the coolest i really miss this job. My supervisor helped out in so many ways i cant even describe because he showed in so many ways he was really for his employees and not against them and when things got hard ruff or difficult he showed numerous ways around everything and he made sure you had no reason to doubt yourself. Co workers were just fine they were all so different. The hardest part about this job was leaving because I loved my job i loved waking up heading to work but due to lack of transportation i had to leave, the most enjoyable moment about this job was having a cool supervisor and a cool team lead.
From entry Level to Professional, a place to develop, grow and hone your skills.
Business Development Representative (Current Employee) – Pittsford, NY – August 13, 2015
A great place to develop communication skills, telephone marketing and sales skills as well as well as professional training in specified areas for each client. Make new friendships. Potential opportunities in growth with company in management and quality positions and in other areas. Cons are limited pay scales, and expensive benefits per pay as well as unstable longevity of entry level positions, contingent to client/company contracts.
Potential opportunities in growth with company, in management, and quality positions and in other areas, company lunches, and contests.
Cons are limited pay scales, expensive benefits, unstable longevity of entry level positions.
Good company, individual team management varies greatly. Lack of leadership.
Business Development (Current Employee) – Greenville, SC – May 25, 2016
Rather than being focused on sales, the focus is placed on technical support. There is a lack of education around product lines, which causes a reactionary environment, rather than a proactive environment. Great coworkers and teammates but management lacks leadership and rule by fear is used more often than not. I enjoy the travel but do not enjoy the unrealistic customer base (over 3,000).
Travel and benefits
Very poor management, no organization of work flow
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Carson, CA – August 11, 2016
Decent place to work. Environment is typical cubicle office space. Spent most of the day on the phones working with sales partners or on the computer making sure stuff was planned and promoted. The more you sell, the higher the goal, they always found a way to keep pushing the carrot further away.
Merchandise Handler (Former Employee) – Grove City, OH – June 8, 2015
I worked for the company for a few months and in that time I learned how to change up my normal everyday schedule , one day id be quality control the next id be a regular assebler , it gave me the knowledge of sku numbers wave numbers batch codes ect. management was fine everybody there were people persons which made the job even more bennificial . The hardest part of the job was make up assignments if there was a mistake made by a assembly line then a group would get sent to work on the mistaken merchandise . The most enjoyable part was the variety of diffrent people there to work with .
We got free pizza for working overtime and make up assignments.
Shipping Lead (Current Employee) – Grove City, OH – August 11, 2016
Not a bad place to work if you don't mind overtime without notice. This is a very fast paced but relaxed place to work. Advancement opportunity is not the best and company is slow to move or do new things.
Test Technician (Current Employee) – Olive Branch, MS – December 14, 2015
My job deals with a lot of configuation. My duties are to image certain unit models. Hardware installments were done as well. My job requires a lot of training to be productive in the position. You must have knowledge on different units such as: Lenovo, Dell, HP, and more. I also worked with printers as well.