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Software Technical Lead- Medical Device

Flextronics Irving, TX

The candidate will be responsible for leading software development of new medical devices and will work in (a) cross-functional team(s) with program… CareerBuilder

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Document Control Analyst -

Flextronics Irving, TX

The Company: Founded in 1969, Flextronics International Limited has grown into a $26 billion business and become one of the worlds leading… Beyond.com

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    Former mechanical design engineer

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    Former Employee - Mechanical Design Engineer in Plano, TX
    Former Employee - Mechanical Design Engineer in Plano, TX

    I worked at Flextronics as a contractor (less than an year)


    The variety is good. Pay is decent, and the onsite equipment is top notch. Location is convenient to downtown plano.


    Like other reviewers mention, extremely lacking in direction, no feedback, political, and frequent layoffs. I was a contractor their, and this was communicated not only with management but in the attitudes of the regular employees as well. When I interviewed with them, they talked a good game, but don't believe the hype. I came down from my home of indianapolis on a 9 month contract to plano, texas, got laid off three months later. I was told that I was not picking up on things fast enough, but was not provided any specifics. This was while:
    1) None of my projects were behind
    2) No complaints from customers of the company
    3) The regular employees felt a need to micro manage me and then bash me over the head in the form of copying a supervisor when I did something wrong. This only happened a few times, but you get my drift.
    4) I never got angry and if I did do something wrong, I would relate the information to my team as I understood it, so I could be corrected. But beware, they will use this against you, because they are political like that.

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    Frequent layoffs creates an environment of fear, and when you cultivate fear instead of collaboration, you breed an army of automaton robots(employees) who are not innovative. It is also extremely unprofessional and inhumane to bring somebody down from a remote location, with a secure job only to lay them off three months later. While I understand the nature of contract work, people are not machines either. I should have thought of this though when the hiring manager for my position asked my recruiter if he had any good commodities on hand.

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