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14 days ago

Program Manager

Panasonic Lake Forest, CA

Manages large Airline accounts with the most complexity/integration activities, demanding delivery timelines and complex products with customers… Ivy Exec

14 days ago

Product Marketing Manager

Panasonic Lake Forest, CA

Market Definition, Strategy, and Requirements Identify required IFE solutions by working closely with airlines and PAC senior executives Define… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Project Engineer

Panasonic Lake Forest, CA

include the following: Definition of Project Scope Manage project development cycle from project kickoff, requirements definition, development, test… Ivy Exec

20 days ago

Hyperion Financial Systems Manager

Panasonic Lake Forest, CA

Responsible for reviewing, analyzing and evaluating business systems and user needs. Responsible for formulating systems to parallel overall business… Monster

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Panasonic Chairman and CEO Joseph M. (Joe) Taylor
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    Good Company, good work experience

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    Former Employee - Anonymous  in  Secaucus, NJ
    Former Employee - Anonymous in Secaucus, NJ

    I worked at Panasonic full-time for more than 10 years


    My colleagues - professional and proud to work for Panasonic. The company offers a competitive salary and nice benefits package. I enjoyed working there for many years but the move to Newark made it too difficult for me to stay with the company because of the commute. I had several great managers but my last one was disengaged. I was disheartened to learn about recent layoffs in the consumer group. Lots of good people lost. I hope the company is on a successful path and remains competitive.


    Management could be a bit of a club although my dept. head treated his people well. Difficult to advance in a career. People stayed there because it was a great company; now I think people stay due to the poor job market.

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    Reward your workers with raises again.

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