Constant undercurrent of anxiety about plant status.
Customer Support (Former Employee) – Oceanside, CA – February 2, 2018
Working for TE was a very interesting experience. TE buys business units, restructures, reorganizes, consolidates and gets rid of employees after said reorganization has been completed. In the past year, there has been a mass exodus out of Oceanside from all levels, both voluntary and through layoffs. Also there is a major environmental cleanup going on everywhere around the plant, and I suspect that they are trying to close down Oceanside entirely. They are also in the process of moving manufacturing to Mexico. There was just too much anxiety and speculation about what was going on and not enough open communication about what was actually happening, in spite of the mandatory monthly Town Hall meetings that were held.
I loved my co-workers; they were the best team ever.
The parking lot flooded constantly, poor site organization.