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Product Apps Manager

Cypress Semiconductor Corporation Washington, DC

- Strong system modeling capability and system technical understanding from ITO sensor, hardware to firmware and software. - Strong system… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Product Mktg Engineer Sr

Cypress Semiconductor Corporation Washington, DC

will include but are not limited to: -Define new products (e.g. PSoC 4A-L, PSoC 4A-Sx/4A-L derivatives, etc.) -Define and support PSoC solutions… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Applications Engineer(TS)

Cypress Semiconductor Corporation Washington, DC +2 locations

- Key customers technical support. - Work with marketing to exchange technical input on marketing collateral, new product definition, product… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

HR Generalist 1

Cypress Semiconductor Corporation Washington, DC

The HRGs maintain metrics, and conduct research and analyzes data on special projects as needed. Required Skills • Provides support to client groups… Glassdoor

15 days ago

Applications Engineer

Cypress Semiconductor Corporation Washington, DC +5 locations

- Provide reference designs/solutions in industry lead touch related solutions - Key customers technical support. - Work with marketing to exchange… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Software/Test Engineer Sr

Cypress Semiconductor Corporation Washington, DC

In building our Trackpad Business Unit, we are seeking talented engineers to focus on Software/Firmware testing. Candidate will lead the Cypress… Glassdoor

29 days ago

Pricing Mktg Engineer

Cypress Semiconductor Corporation Washington, DC

You will be responsible for pricing strategy for one of the three Cypress product divisions: Data Communications Division, Programmable Solutions… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

QA Engr Principal

Cypress Semiconductor Corporation Washington, DC

5. Problem solving skills. Cypress is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and all qualified applicants will receive… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Financial Analyst 1

Cypress Semiconductor Corporation Washington, DC +2 locations

include: -Communicate with distributor on the analysis results and ability to effectively resolve the discrepancy with Distributor; - Actively… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Automotive Product Manager Sr.

Cypress Semiconductor Corporation San Jose, CA

BSEE/MSEE or equivalent with a minimum of 5 years experience in product marketing, technical marketing, or application engineering. Strong experience… Glassdoor

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    Volatile place to work. But good benefits

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    Former Employee - Tech/Operator in Bloomington, MN
    Former Employee - Tech/Operator in Bloomington, MN

    I worked at Cypress Semiconductor full-time (more than 8 years)


    Good benefits for employees, especially medical insurance. Lots of overtime when production is behind. This makes up for lower wages paid. Good people on the shop floor.


    TJ Rodgers is full of himself. Has a Napoleanic complex. He is a talented man, but trusts no one. Micro manages everyone in the company. Very arrogant upper management. No opportunity for long term employees to advance in pay and position. Those employees who have been promoted are often reduced in pay and position for no other reason than spite and company decisions to keep them humble. Lack of respect for employees and management by upper management and TJ Rodgers. They cuss and swear and use fowl language to employees. Treat them as inhumans. A very bad, negative, condesending attitude toward workers and management. They expect perfection beyond what anybody can do. Very demanding culture. Short staffed often and expect miracles to happen. No way to grow in pay unless you are very political with the immediate supervisor to get a "merit pay increase." Very political. Very unfair. They use lots of temporary employees and do not make them direct hires to save money and the cost of benefits. Very immoral way to treat people. They are often very good employees. Profit over justice and fairness. The only people that really count is upper management, not the common employee. They look out for themselves and victimize the production people.

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    Management needs to treat their employees with respect. Get back to direct hires. No temps. Offer a way to grow after employees hit the top of the pay scale/career path. Realize that people are human. Make realistic demands. Become a company that cares about the people that work there. Not just words. Not just the Chairman and upper management. End the attitude of entitlement for upper management. People are not "disposables." They are what makes the company run in the end.

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