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I have been working at Microsemi full-time (More than a year)
- Stable work, Lots of places are contractor mills. Microsemi rewards contractors for hard work with actual temp to perm conversions. Unheard of in this day and age of 3 year contractor limits.
- Raises are merit based and unless you are ready to work hard and impress the heck out of every one, you are just going to get a cost of living increase.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work! Love the new Health care packages. Health workers are happy workers
I applied through other source. I interviewed at Microsemi (San Jose, CA) in January 2018.
hiring manager found me on linkedin, had a 30 min phone interview at lunch break, decided I am still too young for the role after I talked about my visa status and stuff just through the phone, overall very nice at least didn't keep me hanging waiting for the result
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).