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I worked at Microsemi full-time (More than a year)
Great company and great benefits.
If you are not working at the headquarters, then you will not likely get equal treatment.
Very political environment.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Microsemi (Austin, TX).
Had a phone screen with recruiter and manager. The manager was very accommodative and seemed like a nice guy. Didn't have a great opinion about the company. They seemed to operate out of a facility in an industrial area. I didn't have a great opinion about their business forecast and was not sure of the direction of the team I interviewed with. The people who I interviewed with seemed to be very nice and cordial.
Microsemi's low power, cost-optimized mid-range PolarFire® field programmable gate array ( #FPGA ) has been named "Product of the Year" by Electronics Products Magazine.
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Massachusetts State Representatives Jeffrey Roy and Frank Moran recently honored Microsemi’s Lawrence team as part of the Manufacturing Month Award Ceremony for its dedication to the sustainability and advancement of manufacturing in Massachusetts. The ceremony took place at the Statehouse in Boston. Representing Microsemi were Lar O'Shea (director, operations engineering) and Bill King (senior wafer fab and engineering manager).