Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookApproves of CEO
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at DALSA full-time (More than 10 years)
The technology and the people (most) are amazing and great to work with. I enjoyed working here over the years.
Most people who work here have been here for a long time. This can it very difficult to change or improve processes and to advance/grow. Some benefits are left to manager discretion and can be given or taken away based on your relationship with management. Compensation is not distributed based on hard work and performance but more on management's whim. Previous CEO cared about his employees, not so sure about the new one.
Advice to Management
All of your employees matter and you should focus more on morale and growing their careers. You should compensate your hard working employees and reward them appropriately; not just the ones that make the most noise.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Helpful (1)No Offer
I applied by email and I received an in site interview request by phone. The initial interview was done phone with HR. No technical questions were asked, just some basic information along with salary and career expectations. I met with two senior engineers from the R&D department. The first interviewer asked me some general technical questions about programming and some other topics. The second interviewer asked some more detailed and specific questions. I was asked to describe for him a system I designed previously in a block diagram. I was also given a programming task to do. and two other question. After the interview, I had not heard back from HR for more than 10 days. After follow up email, I received a standard rejection e-mail.
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DALSA's all ready to doll up some high-tech imaging goods for you. The company manufactures digital imaging equipment and provides semiconductor wafer manufacturing. The company's digital imaging cameras, sensors, and related components are used in semiconductor and electronics inspection, postal and document scanning, life sciences, machine vision and industrial, aerial and satellite, and other applications. Its silicon wafer foundry facility specializes in microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) devices and CMOS processes. In 2011 Teledyne bought DALSA for about ...