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good place to work

Senior Product Engineer (Current Employee) Austin, TX

ProsA wide variety of technical challenges make it a fun place to work for an engineer.

ConsThe Semiconductor industry is cyclical and layoffs ocurr periodically making it somewhat stressful.

Advice to Senior ManagementListen to employees. They sincerely care for the long-term success of the company.

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    3 people found this helpful  

    Poor work life balance, senior management gets rewards but engineers get nothing.

    Design Engineer III (Former Employee) Austin, TX

    I worked at Freescale Semiconductor


    Pros: - Skilled and cooperative co-workers. It was a pleasure to work with my team. Smart guys. -… Cons: - Total disrespect from senior management. Previous CEO once even told an engineer at a public meeting, "If you want better benefits go work… Advice to Senior Management: They know what's needed by engineers, but outsourcing and importing H-1B workers removes incentives… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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    Great if you suck up to the secction manager

    Equipment Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) Austin, TX

    I have been working at Freescale Semiconductor


    Pros: Benefits are good, health ins is ok Cons: Managers have favorites....only way you get rated good on reviews. Advice to Senior Management: You got rid of the wrong people. More
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