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J'ai travaillé chez Samsung Electronics America à temps plein (Plus de 5 ans)
Competitive Salary and excellent benefits if you can stomach the work culture. (Negotiate well in advance, once in there is very little to be gained) Some products are quite good and given what a horrible place it is to work, brand has surprisingly good global rating.
Overall chaotic and toxic atmosphere. There are incomprehensible processes that are unchangeable, management is paranoid, HR is a disaster, US teams have very little authority to act independently so work feels more like a factory line than a place of innovation. Anyone who has worked here has heard or witnessed the absolute nightmares of HQ dispatcher behavior. Given the troubles at the top at HQ, it isn't surprising .
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If Samsung wants to be a place that attracts top talent to drive innovation and sales, they really need to consider letting go of antiquated practices, use real technology in the workplace and start managing from a place of trust not fear.
J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris +2 mois. J'ai passé un entretien à Samsung Electronics America (New York, NY (États-Unis)) en mars 2020.
I applied to an open role through linked in and had a 30 minute screen with a contractor working for talent acquisition- it was a one way discussion as that person knew nothing other than what was written on the job description. A week later I was scheduled for a video with a higher level talent person. I set up for the video but that person called in late from a different state was also a contractor but was able to answer some very basic questions about problems on the team that lead to the job becoming open. I was also warned it would take a week and a half for a follow up. That was 3 weeks ago. This is a pretty senior job. I sent an email 3 days ago to the recruiting coordinator and received no reply. If this is an indication of how they keep their candidates warm through the process my conclusion is they probably deserve the low Glassdoor scores they have. You can’t hire top talent this way. I assume I’ll get a form email rejection sometime or another - no need for me to apply there again.
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