Customer Service Technician (Former Employee) – Norwalk, CT – April 4, 2012
My daily task was to fix Verizon wireless devices. I was labeled as a technician. I troubleshoot cell phones and worked on Softwears for the lastest device. My co- workers were amazing people to work with, we all worked as a team. The hardest part of my job was to tell the customers at the end of my troubleshooting that (I can not fix their phones) I learned about Team work, being a people's person and how to deal with angry customers. I enjoyed working with people and learning new things
health insurance, free lunch on fridays, bonus every 3 months
short breaks, training every couple months in boston mass
When I first worked there, I thought to myself, “ I’ll try my best to be the best repair technician on the floor.” But unfortunately I was let go of my job. It was hard, it was kind of sad for me, and I worked so hard for that opportunity to get my career back on track. But I know that I’ll find another paying job which it it going to be hard for me and I’ll get my career on the right path.
Device Support Technician (Former Employee) – Tukwila, WA – January 20, 2019
I initially started with another company that was bought out by this one. I honestly, wish that I spent time growing with another company. This company did the bare minimum to get things done and passed well deserving people up for positions instead of giving long standing employees of good stature opportunities for advancement.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Buffalo Grove, IL – January 20, 2019
I had fun working at Flex and the people were very nice. The environment was heavily secured and very fast-paced profession. Met a lot of people that I benefited in many ways and learned to evolve in self-belief.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Buffalo Grove, IL – January 14, 2019
If I could go back I would go back to work at flexo they know how to actually treat people plus it’s a good job specially how they are organized and let people know what’s happened around the company and what they promoting
Sr. Director, Global Business Development (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – January 8, 2019
The atmosphere is very progressive but most likely because of the compressed margin nature of the business and the overriding importance of Optics on Wall Street the appetite for a particular strategy is fleeting.
As a consequence a business development person has to constantly hit a moving target. Some customer relationships take 12+ months to develop and the appetite for the customer strategy doesn't support closing the deal in many cases.
ENCRYPTIONS (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – January 4, 2019
15 Years at this company, rendered job security, with great benefits in a fast paced and growing communiity. However the pay and raises were not comparable to job position and title. New personal were brought in to be trained, being paid more than the trainer. Work environment was however friendly and comfortable. There were many opportunities for advancement and growth. Management was easy to work with, also has a great understanding when it came to personal and family situations and issues. The hardest part of the job was working mandatory holidays.
Always open for advancement.
Constant and Longterm freezes on pay raises, “Years”!!!
Flextronics is a good place to work alot of overtime most if the time the work there is laid back, but can be really fast paced at times.
Stockroom associate (Former Employee) – West Columbia, SC – January 2, 2019
Electronics overall is a good place to work, and they pay pretty good no complaints there. Mist times overtime is mandatory, and then sometimes it's optional. I always took it..lol. the supervisors there are good people, at least the ones I had anyway. I would go back if I still lived in South carolina.
Pays good, hours are good. Workplace is a good place.
Engineering Technician (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – December 24, 2018
Flex is a great place to work. A typical day on the job is to support hardware and software for over 40 stations. I learned new technologies such as Clouds. Management was great. the hardest part of the job was keeping up with different types a machines such as HP, Lenovo, and Toshiba. The most enjoyable part of the jobs was the people.
Prefer Not to Say (Former Employee) – West Columbia, SC – December 11, 2018
The Management is terrible. They lack diversity and are reluctant to it. They repeatedly lay off people for "business needs", however they post the exact same jobs within a few months. It is surprising that someone hasn't sued them for discrimination yet. If they offer you a job, RUN!!!!
Poor Management, Repetitive Layoffs, ZERO Job Security
Decline with poor upper management and bad customer quotes
Associate Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – December 8, 2018
Management needed to be more active and open minded towards its team. Allowed for huge oversights resulting in lost contracts and reduced to accepting bad customer quotes proving unprofitable. High turnover rate with employees and declining culture
Contract Administrator (Former Employee) – Broomfield, CO – December 7, 2018
I prefer not to write a summary for this position or this company. The managers I worked for are no longer with the company and like many positions and companies, an individual's experience is based primarily on their Manager and Management.