Fiber Optic Splicer (Current Employee) – New Hampwhire – October 2, 2018
Working at TE is always fun, each day there are plenty of reports and things to work on. Never a dull moment! Coworkers arent that bad, there could be more teambuilding things but other than that management has been great too.
INTERNSHIP/EXTERNSHIP (Former Employee) – Greensboro, NC – September 25, 2018
A typical day at work is mostly doing your proper machine and part inspection. keeping a good production flow is important. I learned mostly how to properly operate an Denso machine. The leadership is approachable and very helpful and understanding of most things. keeping the machine fault free is always a task so just try your best to troubleshoot fast and get back to production rate. i enjoyed getting the experience of the job.
Audit inventory (Former Employee) – Mechanicsburg, PA – September 8, 2018
Many employees have years with the company. If you are serious about working hard, being on time, working as a team, you would love working here. Supervision is willing to listen , and willing to try suggestions within reason. If you are willing to learn your job, ask questions when unsure, this employer, and your co-employees are more than willing to work with you. As with any job. You make it what you want. A career, or not.
Supervisors and senior employees that care about succeding, and team work.
Don't be late or tardy. Stay off your cell phone while at work.
Test Engineer for various projects (Current Employee) – Worcester, MA – September 5, 2018
I have been working in the electronics field for more than 15 years and I have never seen a lab that has been run so backwards and unorganized at this lab. There is such a lack of communication with the supervisor and engineers on a day to day basis that some people in the lab have know idea what they are suppose to be testing or what is due.
Master Scheduler (Former Employee) – Wilsonville, OR – September 1, 2018
The plant in Wilsonville, OR. changed management every 2 to 3 years. Constant down sizing, with expectation to work too many hours. Unfair treatment. Favorites are treated well and protected. Hire green, and then don't mentor or train. More important to have a smile on your face than to be competent in your position.
TE was a very nice company to work for I enjoyed my years there and had many friends that still work there. They have a good benefits package about would appear to care about their employees. The company is globally based and works well across all the different regions to coordinate its on-going progress. The management structure is good and the company has gone to great lengths to build a strong management team. The company maintains all needed certifications to better serve its customers. Not really sure what else to say.
Administrative Assistant/Receptionist (Former Employee) – PA – August 17, 2018
I am a previous employee who worked 20+ years. I started when it was AMP; it was great back then. Once we became Tyco Electronics, it all went down the tubes. When I was let go, their health insurance wasn't worth anything. Pretty much everything came out of you own pockets. The people who were left had to pick up the slack....so now you have burned out employees who are literally doing the jobs of three people.
Operations Analyst I (Former Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – August 6, 2018
I liked the people I worked with and enjoyed my job. Had I not chose to relocate I'd still be working there. That being said, we spent the better part of the last 8 to 10 years always on edge about wondering if you would be the next person to lose their job. Lay-offs were always imminent and then outsourcing removed a large portion of the IT department. It's not a great environment to work in and there is no sign of anything changing. Management, mine especially, is very disconnected form the daily operation of their teams. Some days it was amazing how the company really ran. It was a testament to the quality work force employed there.