I worked at Multek Flexible CircuitsDoesn't RecommendNo opinion of CEODoesn't RecommendNo opinion of CEO
Pros would be that you get three paid twenty minute breaks, pay is good for what you do, get to listen to the radio when working.
In the department where I worked the the work could be very boring, basically all I did was connect and seal two pieces of fabric together, and management in my department was not the best.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through other source. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Multek Flexible Circuits in August 2009.
Standard interview process: Initial phone screen followed by onsite interviews. No real difficult or in-depth interview questions. The hiring manager was professional, but the remaining interview team was a little less polished. This is a manufacturing environment, but I was somewhat surprised when one of the interviewers came into the interview wearing the classic black “concert tee shirt.” The interview team also seemed a little surprised that I was interviewing with them. “Why do you want to work here?” was one of the questions and it was said to me with a tone of disbelief. I got the distinct impression that no one was happy there and perhaps a slight tone of hostility. The company has been in a deep recession in its electronic component markets and is currently not matching is 401K plan. That suggests cash flow problems to me. Many cubes were empty and it appears that they are operating with minimum staff. The building was clean, but the outside grounds around the building looked like they had cut landscape maintenance. That is what I experienced.
Reasons for Declining
Not the right company.
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Multek Flexible Circuits (formerly Sheldahl) is proving its flexibility. Founded in 1955, the company makes flexible circuit boards, primarily for automotive and data communications applications. It bases most of its products on its Novaclad patented adhesiveless copper laminate, whose properties allow for smaller and more durable electrical circuits. Other products include coated films, barrier foils, flat cable tapes, adhesive specialties, membrane switches, rigid circuits, and splicing tapes. Sheldahl was acquired by Multek, a subsidiary of Singapore-based Flextronics ...