Executive (Former Employee) – Newark, CA – June 18, 2018
It's a great place to work. Logitech employees work hard and are trusted to get their job done and give employees time to take care of personal matters which can only be taken care of during normal working hours. The senior team is friendly and very approachable.
Principal Product Manager (Current Employee) – Fremont, CA – June 7, 2018
Pros of Logitech - CEO is down-to-earth and approachable - Work on cool consumer products (mice, keyboard, speakers, remotes, gaming equipment, etc) - Well-resourced - Good work life balance - Small company feel with resources of a large company - Fun culture - Friendly employees
Cons of Logitech - Not very challenging role - Not very ambitious - Not much career advancement
Information Technology Technician (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – March 29, 2018
Favorite of all Information Technology Jobs it was also the hardest to get into there was a very difficult entrance exam many did not pass. Their training was years beyond it's time it was intense and extremely difficult we came out of class the best technicians in the world.
Culture is disorganized and chaotic, management is a joke
Executive Assistant (Current Employee) – private – November 13, 2017
Everything about the culture is chaotic and extremely disorganized. It's an old school company that doesn't appreciate new ideas or ways to make the company more profitable. New ideas or ways to do things are not appreciated and completely dismissed. The HR department is the worst I have ever seen. Lack of HR is probably more accurate and finding someone to bring your HR concerns to is hard to find. At first it seemed like the dream job, but that only lasted until your first day, everything went downhill from there. Relocating to a job at Logitech was one of the worst decisions I have ever made. Promises were not kept and the dream job ended very quickly.
Discount on products
Lack of training, poor management, old school idealogy
Logitech is on the right path ,but it is not there yet.
QA Engineer (Former Employee) – Newark, CA – October 13, 2017
Current CEO has changed the companies road-map, mission and the landscape of work-space. However, the changes have not come down to the lower level managements yet. There are a lot of talks about behaving as a small company, but make big products.
Gym, EV. Charging Station
Poor annual performance review, No plan for employee career development
Production Scheduler (Former Employee) – Fremont, CA – October 6, 2017
Loved working for this company, everyone took ownership for their job responsibilities. Management was engaging and it was fun working in their environment. They had the best Halloween parties...they go all out with department competitions planning for months in advanced.
Sandra Foss and Associate (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 20, 2017
I managed the Logitech Return Center that collected hardware returns from Logitech customers. Anything that was returned was tracked in a database and then thrown into a dumpster that was taken away daily. We received return deliveries daily from UPS, Fedx, DHL and the Post office. Logitech wanted these returns tracked daily so they could keep track of how many and which products were being returned. Workplace culture was relaxed and management was fair and trusted their employees to get the job completed daily. It was a great learning experience. I learned how to work in a database and with different computer software.
Contract Video Associate Producer (Former Employee) – Newark, CA – September 18, 2017
Everyone wanted to leave the company. EVERYONE. This says enough about the place. Underpaid and overworked. No on boarding process they just throw you in the fire and expect you to know everything or else you will get pulled aside daily as your managers and project managers will complain that they shouldn't have hired you (even though there was no training).
Accounts Payable Staff Accountant (Former Employee) – Fremont, CA – September 7, 2017
Day starts with sorting mails and scanning invoices for processing leaving 2 hours of the workday to read through and respond to emails. Enjoyed working with the most number of experienced Professionals who understand what the job entails & help meet deadlines.
Nothing (Former Employee) – Nowhere, OK – July 25, 2017
I applied to internships here many times and do you know what they did? Nothing. Why are you so picky at hiring. I worked hard for the jobs why not just reward me. Oh well, at least I tried. The HR needs to grow up and respect people
Customer Care WW Warranty Specialist (Former Employee) – Newark, CA – June 20, 2017
The culture at Logitech is one you would not expect. The people that work there are fun, friendly and all most all team workers.
My typical day is getting my free coffee in the morning, start my computer, check emails, answer emails, then begin my daily duties assigned to me.
The hardest part is trying to juggle the work load to fit it in an eight hour shift but it's not always possible. Most managers allow you to work from home if necessary.
The work is fun and the activities at Logitech is plenty so you will never be bored. I believe its a great place to work but every dept looks into the budget so layoffs are possible if they need to cut cost. This is the downfall of this company. When you are promoted, they are generous.
free coffee, plenty of events with free food and drinks and good raises or bonuses
Finance (Former Employee) – Newark, CA – January 19, 2017
Be ready for shifting goals as the company is evolving quickly. Lots to learn and lots of opportunity. There is a big emphasis on design-led development now within the company. Leadership team also pushing the development of a learning organization with investments in speaker series, etc.