Freescale Semiconductor

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Challenging and Rewarding

Project Manager (Former Employee) Bellevue, WA

ProsI really enjoyed the Great Coworkers in my work group. It was good to be part of new technology and work with a variety of people.

ConsLimited staffing in North America results in need to make tough choices and leave a lot undone. A lot of changes from upper management were out of sync with day to day customer issues.

Advice to Senior ManagementThe objective of broader more complete customer solutions is good, even if challenging. Consistent approach would be better than falling back to old model. You made tough choices well.

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Dysfunctional

    Validation Engineer (Former Employee) Austin, TX

    I worked at Freescale Semiconductor


    Pros: benefits insurance, vacation, time off, pay is about average covered parking coffee shop in… Cons: no collaboration between groups very silo'd IT support is non existent no real investment in business,… Advice to Senior Management: listen to all employees No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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    great place to work for

    Validation Engineer (Current Employee) Tempe, AZ

    I have been working at Freescale Semiconductor


    Pros: good pay and benefits, big company so a lot of… Cons: close to IPO, so management is careful of growth Advice to Senior Management: none Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend More
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