Mission: Silicon, software and solutions for a smarter, more connected world.
I have been working at Silicon Labs full-time (More than 3 years)
- Great talent all around - not just engineers, but at every level. Its great to work around intelligent people
- Treats employees well - Decent pay, very good work life balance, a lot of initiatives to make employees healthier, good profit sharing and Stock plan. Management appears genuinely happy when employees get a higher share of the profits.
- A lot of good to great managers
- Lean company, so everyone gets a lot of responsibility
Very lean company, so while you get a lot of responsibility, there isn't much room to grow (career wise)
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work. Happy employees, make for a great company
I applied through college or university. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Silicon Labs (New York, NY).
Met Silicon Labs representatives at a career fair at my university. Had a technical chat with an applications engineer and after talking for about 10-15 minutes, he said that I should expect a call within a couple of months. The representative was very professional and friendly. Roughly 3 months later, I got an email from them asking me to schedule for a telephonic interview. A couple of weeks later I had an hour long interview with an engineering hiring manager. He started with behavioral questions and then continued to ask questions about projects on my resume. Then, he tested me a bit on RF basics. The questions were fairly straightforward. Overall, the interviewer was very professional and seemed to be more interested in the methodology of how I got the answers than the answers themselves (which I consider a sign of a good company culture).
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