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  • www.littelfuse.com
  • Chicago, IL
  • 10000+ Employees
  • 1927
  • Company - Public (LFUS)
  • Electrical & Electronic Manufacturing
  • $1 to $2 billion (USD)

CompetitorsUNKNOWN

Littelfuse (NASDAQ: LFUS) is a global manufacturer of leading technologies in circuit protection, power control, and sensing. Serving over 100,000 end customers, our products are found in automotive and commercial vehicles, industrial applications, data and telecommunications, ...
Mission: To improve the safety, reliability, efficiency, and performance of our customers’ products and systems.

Littelfuse Reviews

3.8
74%
Recommend to a Friend
92%
Approve of CEO
Dave Heinzmann
Dave Heinzmann
199 Ratings
5.0
Former Employee, less than 1 year
Recommends
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

Pros

Great people to work with

Cons

A lot of travel required

Advice to Management

Keep executing the strategy
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Diversity & Inclusion at Littelfuse

3.8
(19 Reviews)

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Littelfuse Interviews

Experience
Positive85%
Negative9%
Neutral7%
Getting an Interview
Applied online44%
Recruiter22%
Employee Referral20%
Difficulty
2.9
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  1. User Experience/Usability Lead Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Chicago, IL
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Interview

    The initial interview process started out fine, but from there, it moved into what was a complete disaster due to the negligence and uncoordinated efforts.

    The majority of people I interviewed with were professional, friendly communicated clearly. Unfortunately, the last woman I interviewed with was completely unorganized, and scattered. It was clear she was spread way too thin leading multiple departments that she managed. She explained that she was just recently put in charge of the department which I was interviewing to be part of. She mentioned she was unaware of what stage my interview was at, and that my resume had just recently found its way in front of her. She then proceeded to pose questions to me in a tone that felt as if the conversation wasn’t worth her time.

    Prior to this last remaining conversation It had already been communicated to me that I was the sole selected candidate, and that Littelfuse was moving ahead with me to fill the position. My background and reference checks had all gone through perfectly, along with the skills and personality tests. At this point, I was awaiting an offer. Instead of an offer, I was called by HR where they notified me that they collectively decided to alter/add a qualification to the job at the last moment. This deal-breaking addition was something that wasn’t included initially.

    I’ve never experienced such a lack of carelessness. During the call with HR where they were explaining the bad news and change of the job qualification, they had also asked me to hold out for a couple of weeks to see if they find another candidate, because if they didn’t, there may be a possibility I could still get the position which I found odd and somewhat confusing.

    They ended up finding another candidate with their newly added qualification, and I received what was basically an additional rejection call.

    Ridiculous and unprofessional.
    Interview

    Why do you want to work at Littelfuse?

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Company Updates

May 7, 2021
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Leading Remote Teams Panel Discussion Whether you are new to leading a remote team or have been working from a home office for years, COVID-19 has brought on a whole new set of challenges for all of us. During the discussion, panelists on the virtual panel discussion, “Leading and Engaging with Remote Teams During COVID” shared their personal experiences and lessons learned from their extensive experience with remote work, and their best advice for overcoming challenges many of us are facing today. Associates that joined also had the opportunity to interact through the use of the meeting chat feature in Microsoft Teams. This provided a venue for submitting questions in real-time, sharing personal tips for effective remote work, and providing insights into what life looks like for our associates.
April 9, 2021
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Sharing Best Practices Across Littelfuse Asia Locations Sharing best practices has long been critical to continuous improvement. To assess best practices across multiple Littelfuse locations in Asia, a cross-functional Problem Response Task (PRT) team was formed at Littelfuse Shanghai. The Littelfuse Shanghai PRT team collected data from Littelfuse plants in Lipa City, Wuxi, Dongguan, and Tsukuba, and conducted discussions to identify key factors for improvement and individual best practice in each site. The systemic review helped to develop a comprehensive action plan which led to the development of standardized process templates that were later shared with other Littelfuse sites.

Littelfuse Awards & Accolades

  • Best Places to Work in IllinoisDaily Herald Business Ledger2019
  • Best Places to Work in IllinoisBest Places to Work in Illinois2018

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