From a regular operator's point of view
Prototype Operator (Current Employee) – Bloomington, MN – June 18, 2018
As a regular employee operating tools, Seagate is just okay to work for.
Seagate goes by seniority, so a lazy person will get promoted before you just because they were hired on first, even though you work harder and faster.
Management are clueless to what goes on on the factory floor, and rarely discipline their "favorites" for abuse of policy and break time. This includes harassments.
Pay is mediocre when compared to other companies, especially when you factor in the grueling 12 hours night shift covered from head to toe in gowning while on your feet for that whole 12 hours. It gets hot and hard to breathe at times.
If you're new, you will be stuck on 12 hours night shift for YEARS.