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Applications Engineer

Mini-Circuits Brooklyn, NY

• To support our customers, both internal and external, by offering technical and non-technical solutions to their application requirements. • To… Mini-Circuits

30+ days ago

Mechanical Design Engineer for Tooling and Equipment

Mini-Circuits Brooklyn, NY

• To design efficient, repeatable and precise assembly fixtures used in manual or automated assembly processes such as soldering, lead trimming… Mini-Circuits

30+ days ago

Import/Export Logistics & Trade Compliance Coordinator

Mini-Circuits Brooklyn, NY

• Support rapid customer orders processing & delivery, reviewing any restricted party or export license holds, and resolving any export customs (AES… Mini-Circuits

30+ days ago

Product Engineer - RF Microwave Components

Mini-Circuits Brooklyn, NY

We are seeking an experienced Electrical Engineer with exceptionally strong technical, analytical , organizational & communication skills who has… Mini-Circuits

30+ days ago

RoHS Administrator

Mini-Circuits Brooklyn, NY

• Search internet for changes and updates to legislation, i.e., RoHS, Reach and other materials related regulations. • Gather and record supplier… Mini-Circuits

30+ days ago

Senior Quality Assurance Engineer

Mini-Circuits Brooklyn, NY

The Senior QA Engineer shall actively promote and implement the Quality Management System by means of monitoring, evaluating and reporting of all… Mini-Circuits

8 days ago

Administrative Assistant To Applications Engineering

Mini-Circuits Brooklyn, NY

• Prepare technical documentation in support of engineers • Prepare project request forms and submit these to engineering with the correct… Mini-Circuits

30+ days ago

Production Control Planner

Mini-Circuits Brooklyn, NY

• be the single point of contact regarding the scheduling, status, priority, and execution of flow of finished goods from manufacturing network to… Mini-Circuits

30+ days ago

Senior Cost Accountant

Mini-Circuits Brooklyn, NY

Reporting to the CFO, the Senior Cost Accountant will be responsible for all worldwide cost accounting functions. As a key member of the finance… Mini-Circuits

30 days ago

Mechanical Design Engineer

Mini-Circuits Brooklyn, NY

• Design mechanical parts for connectorized, surface mounted or thru-hole insertion. • Design mechanical enclosures/housings for electronic… Mini-Circuits

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    Modern day sweatshop

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Mini-Circuits full-time


    Your coworkers. That is it.

    Experience that you are so lavishly provided.


    Sweatshop conditions. They don't care about you. Will run, milk and squeeze everything out of you for a pretty penny. No seriously, they pay in pennies. If lucky, you might get a dollar for a raise after slaving for 10+ something years. Management is cheap.

    Every top paying positions have been on a much better health plan than their regular employees. Not one top executive is covered with the health plan offered by the company. Why do you offer insurances you yourself don't cover with? They don't care about their employees.

    No company culture. It's a jail place environment. There is no "team" in this place. People don't take responsibility for their subordinates and will blame you for everything. Management is in name only. Few managers actually care much less look out for you. Nobody cares about you.

    Don't expect raises. They will give you a nickel, quarter or if you actually hit the jackpot a whole dang dollar! Whee!

    No career growth. If you are desperate, and I mean desperate, then get your stability or experience and get out! Don't linger! It's not worth staying where you are not appreciated as a worker.

    There is probably more but I am tired of writing.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Appreciate your workers. You are lucky to have such amazing people still working even after your humiliating raises. Some, surprising, still wait two years after job reviews for their pennies.

    Offer better health insurance that you yourself WILL use. Don't offer what no one can afford.

    Allow for department growth in every direction. You inspire people to stay. If you close your eyes people who can be better in different places will leave.

    If you cross train your employees. Compensate their acquired knowledge. You inspire people to stay that way by letting them know that they are invaluable. Cross training opens doors which you yourself close after putting the time in training. Person takes the knowledge to another company. Why stay for more work but price of labor unchanged? This is sick and disrespectful.

    Do not abuse your immigrant employees or those without visas.

    All top executive individuals should learn "quality policy" on human relationship with subordinate workers. Don't treat anyone like they own you the world.

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