Nice company to work with. Co workers are helpful.
Field Tester Driver (Current Employee), Markham Ontario – August 26, 2012
Pros: enjoy being outside.
Cons: bathroom break
It's an awesome typical day of work. I learned about how they test cell phones before launching it to the market. Good management and nice people to work with. The hardest part part about the job is the flow of traffic in the streets. I enjoy sight seeing and being outside.
Senior Engineering Technician (Former Employee), Horsham, PA – October 18, 2013
Pros: professional environment
My tenure at ARRIS / Motorola Mobility was a great learning experience. Working with engineering professionals increased my knowledge of a wide variety of engineering subjects.
As the sole technician in the hardware lab I was able to support all of our associated teams including software, device test and integration and our engineering teams in San – more... Diego and Taiwan. – less
Process Analyst II/Supplier Management (Former Employee), Brazil - Jaguariuna – August 25, 2013
Typical days are always very busy and sometimes with some pressure to get things done. All my background I learned working in that company. The environment is very good, peoples are extremely friendly and collaborative with tasks. I loved that company.
QA Engineer/Data Analyst (Former Employee), Libertyville, IL – August 7, 2013
Pros: nice co-woker
all projects are well organized, co-workers are very comfortable to work with. I have learned team working from Motorola Mobility. Each of my co-worker taught me something that benefits my future career. The hardest pard of this job is to work with our customers. But I have learned well how to handle all different situations.
Extreme changes in management and SLT because of global consumer decline resulted in many different management changes.
Executive Assistant - Office of the President/CEO (Former Employee), Libertyville, IL – May 2, 2013
Pros: global company with many opportunities
Cons: so much change and fluctuation due to declining global sales and being acquired by google
I enjoyed working with my co-workers and greatly valued the training I received from my multi-facted job at Motorola. In supporting the office of the CEO and the Senior Leadership Team, I have fully developed all the previous training from other jobs and have sharpened my administrative skills to be top notch. The hardest part of my job was when the – more... administrative assistants could no longer preview the SLT's email for security purposes. This management action resulted in a deficiency in being up-to-date or in 'real time' with changes in schedules, being able to answer questions, or closing loops in a timely manner. The most enjoyable part was meeting the challenges and developing close professional teams to get the projects completed. – less
Process Tech MFG Process III (Former Employee), Libertyville, IL – March 29, 2013
A very good place to work for the most part. My job was constantly full of challenges from the start of the day till end of day. For the most part management was fair but could be improve a bit. I did learned a whole lot during my time with this company one thing I had to learned many things on my own and with the help of team members.
Global Demand and Supply Planner (Current Employee), Horsham, PA – March 8, 2013
A very fast-paced working environment. Most of the coworkers are friendly and easy to communicate with. Management level needs to improve its communication skill but overall it is a good company to work for.