Deburr Technician (Current Employee) – Livermore, CA – December 8, 2018
no organization, management horrible, way under paid, benefits good, no opportunity for advancement. Too many leadmen and supervisors. Everybody is constantly telling you what to do and do not give any thanks or kindness to people who work hard. They sell their sole for money. Do not know how to run a team. Management has no idea of whats going on. It feels like they are forced by the president. do not care about employees and selfish. They do not listen to open ideas and good logic on things to help progress the workflow. They are people in the wrong positions and I do not know how they got there but its not ok. Once a year raises which is under 50 cents. Basically there is no future and this job is not for high school kids like fast food chains, but jabil likes to think so.
Machinist (Current Employee) – Fremont, CA – December 3, 2018
In this company, the benefit is the most important the sing we should to look at. Right now, the semi-conductor field is going down too much, so it makes the company slow down. The job here is not secure at all.
Laptop Computer Repair Manager (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – November 14, 2018
Multiple vendors in the warehouse with multiple positions. Employees had the opportunity to learn several jobs within one vendor or many vendors. OT notice was not always given within 48 hours. OT was mandatory.
Nice environment with management always on the floor.
Customers had more say in processes and SOP than management.
Digital Marketing Analyst (Current Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – November 14, 2018
Well designed company and HR design for all departments. Installations are really good and buildings and office spaces meet all security requirements. The company manufactures products for all the main actors in the industry.
Concerned Employee (Former Employee) – Maple Grove, MN – November 13, 2018
Stressful environment that has gotten even worse and provides no support from the new company! Every Department is massively understaffed and lacks the basic tools to be able to perform your job, then they blame you for not performing. Management is constantly changing direction everyday due to a new crisis. Corporate and Upper Management completely disconnected from people who are actually performing the work. Employee turnover is extremely high, over 60% for both office staff and manufacturing staff each year.
People performing the work, Satisfaction of Making a Difference, Health Benefits decent
Stressful, Work instructions lack detail, Corporate disconnect, Numbers more important than people. Pay below market value for Med Device.
Production Planner II (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – November 12, 2018
I've been fortunate enough to gain mfg and logistics experience working with Jabil. However, the culture makes it hard to stay motivated and and grow within in the company. It is a great place to start and gain experience in this industry. Only problem I see is the amount of politics and favoritism that goes on.
Inventory Control Specialist (Former Employee) – Auburn Hills, MI – November 12, 2018
While there, my team and I had taken it upon ourselves to boost morale, which was abysmal. Management disregarded requests for help and was primarily concerned with cutting costs as opposed to increasing revenue.
Intern (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – November 6, 2018
Experiences can vary greatly from team and discipline, but the team I worked for was great. The leadership was very clear, well-respected, and friendly, and there were an incredible number of opportunities to learn and develop skills.
For US interns, career advancement can be a bit difficult within the company; this is largely due to it being an international manufacturing company. Most employees are based in areas other than the US.
Good pay, great leadership, charitable organization, lots of autonomy
Assembler (Former Employee) – St. Petersburg, FL – November 2, 2018
I worked with a nice bunch of people putting together components. You had to stand on your feet all day long. I was happy to get the exercise. I liked starting work early and being able to get off of work at a decent hour. Loved not having to dress up.
short term job could not find a permanent position