Project Management Intern (Former Employee) – Herndon, VA – August 1, 2017
Working for Sony offered a great environment with a committed team and supportive management staff. Sony company culture supports independent thinking and opportunity to explore your own ideas. Many classes and forums are held regularly for the people that are interested in progressing in the IT field. A challenge within the field, for me, was being in an environment where my team is primarily remote.
Great Lunch and Learns.
The amount of work creates a difficult work/life balance.
Team Leader/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – September 11, 2018
This was the kind of job you go to work and get frazzled by millions of calls but on break or lunch you could go to the recreation room. Throw some hoops, paddle some ping pong balls, destroy opponents in some CoD, or escape life with some No Man's Land. You will be working hard on tech support for new Playstation products to teach people the ropes of their soon to be impossible to live without tech box. You will be rewarded handsomely by your leadership and in general you will be satisfied.
Free products, quick advancement, best place to work in Vegas, job security
H. R. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Philippines – August 29, 2018
Production site : worked in a short period of time but it's a family oriented atmosphere and more on technical production phase . Engineering department has full potential in terms of growth and experience .
Sad to see such a great place to work go slowly down.
General Operator 3 (Former Employee) – Terre Haute, IN – August 9, 2018
When I started there 31 1/2 years ago it was an awsesome place to work. Through the years due to new technology like downloading,netflicks,hulu and more competitors we started losing customers and order sizes. It was inevetible we would lose people to attrition and downsizing, ultimitly layoffs. Management were very good and did there best with what they were told to due. Now stress is very high and morale is low. The hardest part of the job is running more machines then one person can handle.
good hourly pay, great bosses and coworkers, clean enviorment
Sony is a great place but it's time is coming to an end
Line lead/Floor lead (Former Employee) – Terre Haute, IN – August 7, 2018
I enjoyed my time with this company I spent 15 years there doing all types of jobs.I feel like I was just hired full time right after they changed their pay scale and compensation,that was my only regret.
Injection Mold Machine Operator, Backup GL, Train (Former Employee) – Terre Haute, IN – July 28, 2018
Sony Digital Disc Corporation has been a thriving company and a great place to work. But, Sony's digital disc is no longer needed. The advancement of technology has placed a low demand for a disc. I give Sony DADC a low rating because of the decline in jobs and the treatment of employees as demand for their product declines.
STAFF QC TECHNICIAN II (Former Employee) – Dothan, AL – July 27, 2018
Coordinate all test to be done by team members in the lab (all 4 shifts). Input daily test information into Excel spreadsheet and monitor charts for variations. Worked with Japanese teams when they came to Dothan to do test runs for new tapes.
Manufacturing Facility that is "Downsizing" Production capabilities
Production Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – Terre Haute, IN – July 15, 2018
Typical day & Management: The job can be very stressful due to dealing with management decisions & seasonal / temp labor. I have learned a lot about the various tasks required on the maintenance of the production equipment in order to minimize downtime. Hardest part: dealing with poor managerial decisions when it comes to how to best maintain the production equipment & the raw materials supplied for the product produced by the equipment.
Decent benefit package, 401K Retirement
Poorly managed, too many members of management from day 1.