Contractor for AT&T Technical Department - Manager (Former Employee), Chantilly Virginia – October 18, 2012
A typical day for me is working with about 15-20 customers per day helping them with issues with their cell phones. I learned that being a manger is more than just managing your location, you are learning how to keep a team together, keep morale in the locations, and still provide a level of comfortability within your team and customers so that the – more... level of customer service is #1. The hardest and most enjoyable part of my job was working with the customers. – less
Pros: great place if you like to work on your own. no stress
Cons: weak pay and suspect management
The work Environment is good but very poor management. If you don't ask any question you will get lost in the shuffle, Promotions seem to be given to specific individuals who upper management feel are right for the job .But many are inexperienced. The company has a university but the management doesn't encourage workers to take classes to help in advancement. – more... It seems that the company is concerned more about production and not creating good employees to advance the company. – less
Always very busy & learning new processes on a constant basis (which is very good), management is okay, although they do not ask for feedback or don't seem to care for feedback or to listen. Co-workers were awesome, very nice people to work with very enjoyable folks. Company is very cheap when it come to ordering tools or equipment needed to do the – more... job, has to go through sign off by too many managers. – less
Principal Consultant (Current Employee), Chennai, TN – November 12, 2014
Pros: flexibility, ems sector
Cons: maturity level
Current responsibility at Flextronics involves solution consultant for all Windchill related projects (internal). This involves business alignment with all Flextronics customer (internal) with respect to PLM domain. Also mentor the group of 10-13 Windchill consultants for their respective projects. Additionally, work closely with directors and define – more... roadmap for One PLM solution across Flextronics GBS IT. – less
Haz/Mat Chemical Handler (Former Employee), Austin, TX – November 7, 2014
Pros: a few decent human beings that are your coworkers.
The most unorganized company I ever worked for. No communication. Your opinion and your ideas don't matter. Management rather hire leads who don't know anything about your job but then those leads think their idea is way better than yours even though you have experience in the field. No job security be ready to be laid off or be lucky enough to keep – more... your job. No Leadership and no one to represent your department. No guidance and no good training everyone does their job different and don't follow the few S.O.P's. Be ready to have chemicals eat through you boots! – less
Productive workplace with challenges that enable employees to continuously improve. Great environment. Great team.
Logistics (Former Employee), S. Carolina – November 7, 2014
Pros: vision. teamwork
The team here is incredible. Proud to have shared in the vision of this company. I have learned front to back manufacturing while within this company. I was challenged and I excelled. I enjoyed going to work here everyday.
Log into my computer check emails respond to buyers, begin breaking down shipment, verifying counts process material into system, persue resolution for any PO issues/ material discrepancies and research any issues that may come up. etc
Manufacturing Process Engineering Technician (Former Employee), Austin, Texas – October 28, 2014
Bad management provides unnecessary stress to employees. This company is running on double- standard. It is hard to advance unless you have to play politic tricks. You don't see many true engineers but a lot of B.A engineers. It means you just need a BA to be able an engineer at Hospira. That's funny