I worked at All Quality & Services full-time (Less than a year)
-if you're a recent college graduate and don't mind the terrible pay then this place might work for you -you'll learn about the circuit board industry and to kick start your career in the industry -they'll let you switch departments and train you to gain experience if you do well in your current position - some tier 1 companies like Sanmina, Flextronics, Foxconn, and Plexus won't allow you to do that nor be willing to train you despite their revenues being at least $1 billion
-Very conservative asian culture -this company is korean owned which means that if you aren't Korean, you could get discriminated against -I was laid off because I was Chinese and perceived as not being able to relate to or communicate appropriately with the korean workers -very communistic type of work culture where they treat you like a slave if you're in production -One of the workers dad was working in testing and was fired because he was messing around with other employees -Most companies will warn you before they decide to fire you - this company isn't so compassionate or patient in doing that
Advice to Management
this is America, not North Korea or some overseas country where people are treated like slaves instead of people If you want to do well as a company, get better leadership, invest in better technology, and identify a better target market where you can get more revenue and attract better customers
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at All Quality & Services.
Technical phone interview with a senior electrical engineer (for about an hour). Asked about general electronic components / circuit design questions and past experience / projects. Onsite interview with two managers. Asked mostly HR-related questions.
- Mostly expected technical questions. (electronic components, simple circuit design, embedded design, etc.) Answer Question
None for the first 3-6 months.
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