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Marketing Engineer, Division (Current Employee) Dallas, TX

Prosthe benenfits are great and the pay is excellent, and the work is very stimulating and challenging and usually pleasant.

ConsEmployees are required to take 7-8 days of vacation every quarter to reduce cost liabilities, It is impossible to use the 3-4 weeks you have earned to take one long and well-earned relaxing vacation. This policy causes stress and is unhealthy. Nobody likes this policy.

Advice to Senior ManagementI realize the company has our European business climate, but to do business in the USA, we have to support our American colleagues who are tasked to do that business in the U.S. customers' expectations. An example of how we are not adequately supporting that business model is: months of work by the salesman and marketing engineer can be lost because someone has to wait a week or more to get information because in the factorys, this happens mostly in France and Italy, Engineer A is on holiday and refers to Engineer B, and Behold! Engineer B is also on holiday and their OoO reply says to refer to the Engineer A. Then at escalation the manager is also on holiday or does not have the info, or some other issue, even to high management, and the action languishes for a week or more and the otherwise sale is lost because the customer's engineer got tired of waiting and called a competitor having plants and engineers in the USA, and got services immediately for the same kind of questions on the competing direct replacement part. We must not continue to allow the customers' engineers to wait for service and lose business because our European business culture is not delivering to the expectations to USA customers. In my division we have lost several high profit opportunities because we are not do a good job on this, and we cannot blame the Americas sales and marketing force. They are on-the-spot for us, but we have to adapt and improve our delays.

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Good company depending on which division

    Principal Engineer (Former Employee) Santa Clara, CA

    I worked at STMicroelectronics


    Pros: * Working environment is relaxed and comfortable * Compensation is very competitive to other companies with a good bonus on base salary * Could be a good… Cons: * Very political in terms of career advancement * European management is a disaster. No clear vision of what they want to do. Very slow in… Advice to Senior Management: When a product fails due to management mistakes, managers should be affected and not… More
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    Boring

    Manufacturing Tech II (Former Employee) Phoenix, AZ

    I worked at STMicroelectronics


    Pros: Compressed Workweeks, decent cafeteria, hilarious international Q&A board. Cons: Poor reviews. As a tech, credit seemed to be given to those who sent the most emails versus those output the most work. Better raises… Advice to Senior Management: Pay the good employees better, trim the fat (literally), and… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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