- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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Acer is a tough environment to work in, especially if you're remote. That said, if you can align yourself properly its possible to make change pretty quickly.
Historically Acer was a very top down management style; that's starting to change under the new leadership where management is more open to ideas but it really depends upon the dept you work in. Also, being remote is tough as lots of decisions are made in real time in Taipei.
Advice to Management
Focus on retaining those employees who will be your long-term assets. It's been a challenge to hire in new staff due to Acer's recent performance; those who stay are loyal but that needs to be both ways to ensure commitment.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
review the resume and candidate need to have some experience with mobile / tablet coding or testing experience. simple question regarding logical written test, very easy once you know what is "logical". second level will be team lead interview., it will become more technique question, just remember that, positive attitude
- easy talk, but need very positive attitude, if you don't know then don't say you know it, it will come back very soon. better have some RF frequency knowledge or know how Answer Question
Acer has more than one PC brand up its sleeve. The company is a leading manufacturer of notebook, desktop, and netbook computers. Other Acer products include servers, storage systems, smartphones, projectors, LCD televisions, digital cameras, and computer displays. The company also provides IT support services, and its Acer eDC facility is the largest stand-alone data center in Asia. Acer, which outsources its manufacturing, sells through resellers and distributors worldwide. In addition to Acer-branded equipment, the company oversees the Gateway, eMachines, and Packard ...