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I have been working at Mouser Electronics full-time (Less than a year)
Excellent management , no micromanaging , treated like a grown up , given a lot of responsibility for not working here very long.
Salary is low and though advancement opportunities are there, I will likely be looking for advancement elsewhere based on salary.
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Mouser Electronics (Mansfield, TX) in February 2017.
I have to say my negative experience came more from HR and the company's process than my actual interview. To start off my negative experience, I was CC'd on an email with a fellow candidate who was also interviewing for the position. Because most of people have their names as their email, it was a huge invasion of privacy. I could look up the other candidate straight away on LinkedIn. I get to my interview and they made me take an hours worth of testing for a salaried position. I am not sure if this is standard across all positions, but I don't see a C-level position needing to sit there taking a math and spelling skills test. Also questions such as "have you called in sick and not actually been sick". Wow. Also a lot of theft questions. The whole process just seemed to be a bit of fear-mongering and completely distrusting of their employees. I was so turned off my this I declined to even move forward with a second Interview.
Reasons for Declining
Again, horrible hiring process.