I worked 2nd shift which was only 4 days a week with longer hours. There was always enough work to go around and if it was slow in some areas they would move you to another area that was behind so you would learn new things.
Supply Chain Specialist (Current Employee) – Oceanside, CA – May 22, 2018
Company promises growth, but never follows through. I've been trained in many departments, and have not gotten a raise or change in job title. Rather than promoting within, they hire contracted employees.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Lickdale, PA – May 17, 2018
Tyco Electronics gives their employees every chance to succeed. An employees depiction of Tyco is however they make it. Personally for me it was a great place to work as I was in College at the time. All they asked for me was to show up once a month during school and during the summer I could come in for 40+ hours a week which was great.
Assembly Operator III (Former Employee) – Rock Hill, SC – May 16, 2018
TE was a very friendly worked place from managements to people on the floor. I was enjoying to come to work everyday. We communicated between each shift what was going on with the machine or the next work orders.
Stamping Operator (Former Employee) – Johnstown, PA – May 8, 2018
Management don’t have any idea what’s going on . The team leaders get paid 25+ an hour they don’t know s*** about anything there worthless to be there they just search the web getting big bucks. Place is a joke
Machine Operator IV (Former Employee) – Wilsonville, OR 97070 – May 6, 2018
Tuition reimbursement is offered but don't support their employees when it comes to scheduling. When an employee ask for a vacation they don't approve you and give your vacation because they want production.
QUALITY & RELIABILITY TECHNICIAN II (Current Employee) – Ohio – April 23, 2018
Great local team to work with. Local management tries to work with us to resolve issues locally. Sometimes, resolutions could take longer than expected but there is a follow up process in place to stay on track.
co workers/local management team
salary and benefits are not at level they should be for company of this caliber.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Landisville, PA – April 16, 2018
I was offered a position on the loading dock because the individual in that department was going to a different department. 2 weeks after I'm back there they hire someone off the street to fill that role.Then they offered me a fulltime spot on third so I accepted. A week after that they told me they didn't want me on third they needed me on first. I told my supervisor to switch me to another department because of the hazing I was receiving from other employees and the indecisiveness of the supervisor and all I got was attitude so I quit at the end of my shift.
Alot of people are fun and easy to work with.
The management for the dock department are really unprofessional.
Production operator (Former Employee) – Oceanside, CA – April 11, 2018
working for te connectivity was a new experience. I learned blueprint reading, how to operate different machineries, and inspect the quality of the products being produced.the overall of the company is great .
Anonymous (Former Employee) – Middletown, PA – April 11, 2018
Management had favorites it would’ve been ok if it weren’t for that. The job was pretty boring. Micromanaged. Managers are under qualified for what they are doing. Pay wasn’t great. Promotions more based on who you know rather than qualifications.