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Material Handler - Contract

Tokyo Electron Ltd Chaska, MN

• Use controlled environment/cleanroom manufacturing practices • Return parts from reconfiguration based on manufacturing requirements • Process… Percipio Media

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Process Engineer Summer Intern – new

TEL FSI, Inc. Chaska, MN

-Assist process engineers to test and develop new processes, and improve current processes for semiconductors wafer cleaning -Prepare wafers and run… Glassdoor

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Terry Higashi
6 Ratings

    Started as a good company. Went downhill through bad management.

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    Former Employee - FSE in Boise, ID
    Former Employee - FSE in Boise, ID

    I worked at Tokyo Electron full-time (more than 8 years)


    Technically advanced systems and technology.


    Management. Through lack of understanding and being bullied into submission by Tokyo, management does not handle employee relations well. Boise has gone by he wayside by being out in the frontier. Austin HQ has pushed the Boise office off to the side and let the local managment use nepotism to fill its ranks with people that are less than techinically sound, but will say yes when asked. Safety is not the primary concern. When a another company had a system explode, we were informd that that is the way the industry operates, and we will just have to suck it up. They waited ever a year to publish an OSHA report, and by then most employees that were involved were no longer employed. Training is hit or miss, and is not given over need. It is given per relationship to the supervisor. Again, nepotism. I worked there 10 years and the system never changed. They have now been bought out by Applied Materials, a company that most of the FSE group left because of their employee/management policies. HR is more concerned with getting out of work before 2 PM on Friday than anything else. They have 10 managers and 2 workers. How can that be? Managers manage people. This is backwards at best! This HR group could be mepanaged by 2 people. One for HR and one for benefits.

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    Replace middle managmenet in most US locations. They have no way for upward mobility and will fill the ranks with friends and relatives as a result. Replace your training methods. The mechanics that work on your sports cars have better training and are higher paid. Reduce HR to 2 people. Lack of interest in employees is well served by 2 people.

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