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Lisle, IL
10000+ employees
1938
Company - Private
Manufacturing
$2 to $5 billion (USD) per year
Unknown
Molex makes mountains out of connections. The company is one of the world's largest makers of plugs and other electrical electrical, and fiber-optic connectors and switches. Its miniature plugs, jacks, and other complex connectors are used in a wide connectors ... Read more

Molex Reviews

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Molex Vice Chairman and CEO Martin P. Slark
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  • "Molex is great company but in the end you are a tool for a job will toss you when its convenient."

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    Former Employee - Manufacturing Engineer in Maumelle, AR
    Former Employee - Manufacturing Engineer in Maumelle, AR
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    I worked at Molex full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    Great work projects. They will invest in technology. They have great benefits. Management can be great and can be bad. Management has changed quite often.

    Cons

    No loyalty. Six years always great reviews then reorganization then new manager and then I'm gone. In this company do what is best for you because no one else will.

    Advice to Management

    Pick a direction and stay on course. Dont say things that arent true like afted reorganization no one will have to move or jobs be lossed. For HPC people that was such lie. How many were forcec to move to Auburn Hills? Others like me let go and others pushec out under automotive management.

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Molex Interviews

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    Manager Interview

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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Molex.

    Interview

    Got an email for a phone screen with hiring manager. Manager did not call at the scheduled time and there was over an hour delay. Since it's a new team they don't know what they want. Reached out to assigned recruiter several times, who I never spoke with before and he never responded. Waited over a month and then I received an email saying they were pursuing other candidates. Very unprofessional hiring process to say the very least. Branding is not all about the products and services you sell it's also about your culture and the way you treat external job candidates as well as your employees. First impressions speak volumes.

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Company Updates

  • Ask an Engineer: Q&A with process engineer Aaron Jackson from Molex's Copper Flex facility in St. Paul, Minnesota. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vI3yT

    Ask An Engineer: Q&A with Aaron Jackson - The Connector: By Molex

    Meet Aaron Jackson, a process engineer from Molex's Copper Flex facility in St. Paul, Minnesota. Aaron's fascination with improving the world around us inspired him to pursue automotive engineering at Minnesota State University before eventually joining Molex in July 2015.

  • Molex Recognized with a 2015 Total Cost of Ownership Supplier Award from Celestica. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIhqC

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