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Sunnyvale, CA
1001 to 5000 employees
2005
Company - Public (CODE)
Manufacturing
$500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
Unknown
Spansion (NYSE: CODE) is a global leader in Flash memory-based embedded systems solutions. Spansion's Flash memory, microcontrollers, analog and mixed-signal products drive the development of faster, intelligent, secure and energy efficient electronics. Spansion ... Read more

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Spansion President, CEO, and Director John H. Kispert
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    Pros

    Empowering; very team oriented. a bit chaotic, but merely adds to the excitement.

    Cons

    Not too structure (pro and con).

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Spansion Interviews

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    Hiring for manufacturing is now done through a temp service with opportunities to be brought in house. Interviewing uses includes open ended questions such as "name a time where you had to work with a team to get a job done?" or "name a time where you had to resolve a conflict with your co-workers" or "give an example of a time you had to multi-task."

    Interview Questions

    • The dreaded question "what is your weakness" should always be expected in an interview. It doesn't always come up, but one should be prepared for it. Also, do not be afraid to sell yourself if the question of your strengths comes up.   Answer Question
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Spansion Awards & Accolades

  • Top Workplaces 2014 by Bay Area News Group, Bay Area News Group, 2014

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