Employee (Former Employee) – Fremont, CA – 11 May 2019
While it was a wonderful place to work at, the top head managements tend to stick together and assume any and all advantages to themselves instead of sharing it equally with their employees pertaining to their skill. New hires are often offered with extremely low pay and even pay raises gets no where near market value. The workload is heavy and often require to wear multiple hats with the expectation that all projects and tasks to be done on time. Manpower is limited and management refuses to hire more people since it will lessen profit for the CEO and the upper management.