IT Systems Engineer (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 18, 2018
If you're not having drinks with the managers regularly, you're not going to advance. Also, company doesn't invest in any new technologies so your technical skills will get stale working at this place.
Pay, hostile work environment, and no new technology.
Software Engineer Intern (Former Employee) – Gresham, OR – January 15, 2018
Work seemed to be slow-paced and I found myself waiting on others before I could continue further with my work. Best part was they understand life happens and are always understanding when you need to go to an appointment or spontaneouly need to rush home for any reason.
EHS Intern (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 9, 2018
On Semiconductor was a great place to work. I gained a lot of beneficial experience as an intern. The pay was good. The people were great to work with. I enjoyed coming to work everyday. The insurance benefits were not the best.
Technician (Current Employee) – Gresham, OR – December 27, 2017
The Gresham campus would be an absolutely stellar place to work if it weren't for the fact that the health insurance is ABSOLUTELY HORRIFIC!!! It's an HDHP that most workers CANNOT AFFORD TO USE given the wages paid and the high cost of living in the Portland metro area is sky high. There are open requisitions for technicians that are going unfilled because of the lousy benefits. No bonuses...period. During last years ice and snow storms, employees were rewarded with a 100 dollar gift card for risking their lives to get to work. That's it.
Compressed work weeks.
Health benefits, zero bonuses, low pay in a high COL area.
Equipment Service Department Manager (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – November 21, 2017
Overall a good company. But our factory was shutdown and moved oversea. I was in charge of some technology move but became frustrated knowing that the onsite people in AZ had the knowledge to keep this factory going. Company moved the factory due to economics and not base on the skills on the local onsite talent.
Manufacturing Specialist (Former Employee) – Gresham, OR – November 4, 2017
While low wages in this industry are not uncommon for the average front line worker, ON does not set itself apart with competitive salary for entry level work. High turnover remains a mystery to management who seems content to let quality people walk out the door.
Product Engineering Intern (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – October 15, 2017
ON has a good work-life balance. The environment is definitely not stressful and the team sizes are small. As a consequence, there is a lot of interaction between different teams and aids in good exchange of ideas
Sr. Optoelectronic Engineer (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – September 29, 2017
The tasks were clearly defined and structured - a big Yay to the lower tier managers and PPMs there. The hardest part was being constantly understaffed, so you had to cut corners in order to get the job done. As for benefits, I'd expect better of an employer of that scale.
Human Resources Rotation Associate (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 15, 2017
Overall, this was a good company to work for. There were a few managers that were difficult to work with. That being said, there is good collaboration throughout the company and I really enjoyed working with my team.