Attendees at the 2017 Colorado Springs Mini Maker Faire were able to learn about the amazing process of making integrated circuits at Microchip’s booth titled, “High Tech Alchemy: Turning Sand into Semiconductor Circuits.” Booth visitors were able to build their own semiconductor circuit—a light emitting diode across a small battery. By the end of the day, almost everyone at the event was proudly wearing a glowing Microchip LED button.
What can you do when you are promoted and end up managing someone who is a friend? Read this “Best of ‘Ask Steve’” article for some helpful advice: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQUo2
Employees at Microchip’s Romania office recently joined a group of volunteers who planted more than 1000 trees over a weekend as part of a local conservation initiative. This was a great team activity that not only promoted employee wellness, but also made a positive impact on the environment.
On Thanksgiving Day, runners from Microchip participated in the 13th Annual Applied Materials “Silicon Valley Turkey Trot.” This year’s event supported five local charities that provide families with health services, housing and food.
Featuring Steve Sanghi, Microchip's CEO, on the cover, the November/December 2017 issue of Az Business magazine ranks Microchip #1 in its list of the 10 best Arizona-based firms in which to invest: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQuMe
In his FY18 Q2 employee communications meeting, Steve Sanghi, Microchip’s CEO, congratulated the team on reaching its goal of becoming a $4 billion company. This marks Microchip’s 108th consecutive quarter of profitability, outperforming most of its competitors in the industry. Since Microchip practices shared rewards, this was happy news for team members because it meant that yet another quarterly employee bonus would be paid out. In this photo, employees are listening to Steve summarize the company’s performance, the goals ahead for the next quarter and how these goals relate to overall market conditions.
Microchip volunteers recently prepared brunch for about 80 people who were staying at the Ronald McDonald House in New Hyde Park, NY. The House offers a secure and comfortable “home away from home” for families of children who are hospitalized with serious illnesses.
What is an open door policy and why is it important? Microchip's Steve Sanghi shares his insights in this &quot;Best of 'Ask Steve'&quot; article: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQH4L
Ranked at #18 on Selling Power’s 2017 list of the 50 best companies to sell for, Microchip offers continuous learning opportunities to help its global sales team to thrive and succeed. In this article published by the Association for Talent Development, Mitch Little, vice president of sales at Microchip, provides some insight into how the company is using training to motivate its unique sales organization: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQHeL
At our annual Health Expo in Hauppauge, NY, employees met with representatives from a variety of health and wellness organizations and also picked up some healthy snacks.