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TT electronics Overview

Woking, England (UK)
5001 to 10000 employees
1988
Company - Public (TTG)
Manufacturing
$500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
Unknown
It's not surprising that when TT electronics looks into its crystal ball, it sees a future in electronics. The company makes electronic components (microcircuits, magnetics, optoelectronics, and resistive components) and sensors (engine, temperature, and ... Read more

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    "Amazing people, great company, lots of personal growth opportunity if you're willing to work for it."

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    I have been working at TT electronics full-time (More than 5 years)

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    Dedicated group of people, amazing mentors, world-class benefits. A leader among tier 2 EMS companies with major growth opportunity. I have a deep passion for this company and believe in contributing to its ongoing success. TT has lifted me up personally and professionally

    Cons

    Frequent organization changes tend to cause negativity and among the workforce. Occasional disconnects between those working in HQ, and the rest of the global teams due to seemingly conflicting or insufficient communication channels.

    Advice to Management

    Advice for corporate level management-empower those who have shown the dedication and skill to continuously lift the company through thick and thin. If you're a new leader and you walk into one of the many long-standing business units to learn about them, consider looking at what's been done well and build upon success before calling ideas and processes out as "wrong". Key leaders should consider taking a step back to look at how recent hiring practices might be perceived (nepotism) and at minimum, address the situation head on with more honest dialogue.

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    Basicly who ever you suck up to the most.....does not matter if you know what you are doing. They just pick and choose. No interview. Integration Manager is a relic and does not give a crap. She is just waiting to retire.

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