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    Working here was great, I got to work in a fast-paced start-up environment and gain experience in many areas.

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    Former Employee - Hardware Engineer in Los Gatos, CA
    Former Employee - Hardware Engineer in Los Gatos, CA

    I worked at TIGO ENERGY full-time (more than a year)


    - A lot of passion from management
    - Many opportunities to participate in various aspects of R&D
    - Co-workers work well together
    - Free lunch everyday


    - The only negative I can think of was that sometimes the workload became literally impossible, which could have been avoided or reduced with better focus from management.

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    I would recommend the following:
    1. Get better at project management, or hire someone to do it. This will help eliminate unnecessary projects, which will prevent employees from burning-out.
    2. Buy doughnuts for the office every Friday and/or bagels every Monday. Even though the daily lunch is great since it helps bring everyone together for an hour, and saves people money on lunch, a warm doughnut with some coffee on Friday morning after working 10 hours a day that week really makes a difference.

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    Anonymous Employee in Los Gatos, CA
    Anonymous Employee in Los Gatos, CA
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    I applied online. The process took 8 weeksinterviewed at TIGO ENERGY.

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    Their company seems very disorganized and uninterested in hiring interns. I got an in-person interview for a summer internship where I would be trouble shooting solar arrays over the phone. It seemed pretty cool to me. I did my research, both about PV arrays and about the company. The interviewer took me in, and we walked around and around the office trying to find a free one; it didn't happen. We ended up interviewing in an upstairs lobby, it was kind of distracting. I did well on the interview, I demonstrated that I knew about the company, and that I knew about solar arrays. He said he would call or email me if i made it to the next interview with the CEO, I should've asked when. 2 weeks go by and I still haven't heard anything. I call the front desk and he said that the CEO is overseas and maybe that's why I haven't heard back, and he said he would let the interviewer know that I called. Literally 3 more weeks go by and I haven't heard anything.

    In the mean time I interviewed with another company, and got an offer within a week. It's a higher pay job and way more interesting than sitting by a phone waiting for angry customers to call.

    I am listing that I didn't receive an offer from Tigo Energy (although I do not know for sure). It would be highly unprofessional and rude to not tell me by now what was going on, especially after a follow-up phone call. I still haven't received word to this day (7 weeks after I interviewed, ... for an internship). Very disappointing.

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Website www.tigoenergy.com
Headquarters Los Gatos, CA
Size 16 to 50 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Unknown
Revenue $1 to $5 million (USD) per year
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