TE Connectivity – Fremont, CA
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TE Connectivity – San Jose, CA
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Disapproves of CEO
- Work/Life Balance
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Work life balance is pretty good. There is a high degree of flexibility for those who work in different ways. Telecommuting is allowed, and one of the saving graces of the company. Good for those who know what they are expected to do.
Cubicles, lack of professionalism and inability to get rid of non-professional attitudes. SafeTEy should be a priority. Monetary compensation is lower than similar companies. Very traditional upper management style which results in sub par adaptability to markets. The environment does not suit itself to innovation, does not allow the company to be fasTEr, smarTEr, or connecTEd. Bad place for inexperienced engineers.
Advice to Management
The likelihood of losing high performers is dependent on compensation for their work. You can be as negative as you would like in reviews, but people need to know what they did wrong before hand. Training is too low of a priority. Unsafe people need to be removed from the organization, or be properly trained. No capital is spent to ensure that people are productive as soon as they start. Rhetoric is heavy for somewhere that doesn't build a professional culture.