Questions and Answers about Sanmina Corporation

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What would you suggest Sanmina Corporation management do to prevent others from leaving?

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Pay more with better benefits. You pay for quality. All the customers at my plant are angry with us because we're weeks and months behind on product delivery, yet we keep getting new work and new jobs. They're hiring anyone and everyone right now, just to get people there, but are putting them in positions they aren't qualified for and expecting results.

I already have anxiety and yesterday I had chest pains from it. I had to walk away for 10 minutes because I was so anxious about my work. That's not healthy.

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Improve management communication and leadership

Answered - PC Technician (Former Employee) - Durham, NC

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Be the best employee care and protecting company.

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Treat all new comers equally. Don't Favor Those That are referred by existing supervisors.

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Change the culture. Focus more on professional growth from within. Have some integrity when creating so called rules.

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I do not suggest anything because it is out of my knowledges

Answered - Test Operator (Former Employee) - San Jose, CA

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Raise there wages.

Answered - Janitor (Former Employee) - Huntsville, AL

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Get a raised. For you're hard work.

Answered - Material Handler (Former Employee) - Fremont, CA

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No one working there should be earning less than $15.00/hour.

Answered - Assembler/Production (Current Employee) - Manchester, NH

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Put the employees well being first and the business will take care of itself. Veteran employees are paid miserly wages and expected to be grateful for it. Don't be so patronizing and condescending.

Answered - Production Assembler (Current Employee) - Huntsville, AL

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