- Équilibre travail/vie privée
- Culture et valeurs
- Opportunités de carrière
- Rémunération et avantages
J'ai travaillé chez Samsung Electronics America à temps plein (Plus de 10 ans)
They'll pay you well while they drain the life out of you. Non executive employees are hard working, respectful people. Great health benefits, superior 401k match.
Don't expect a work life balance. When you need to go on vacation you'll be asked to take your mobile phone and computer with you. Or even strongly suggest you should cancel your vacation even though the company policy provides for abundant PTO. The only time executives care about work/life balance is 2 weeks before the annual employee survey and 2 weeks after the poor results are provided 6 months later.
Conseils à la direction
HR needs to step up and ensure the employees are provided what the company claims is important, their people. Executives say all the right things in broadcast emails but actions by Senior Management on a daily basis counter those words. The company has become top heavy with executives and senio/middle management while reducing the number of employees that do actual work for the customers and company.
J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 3 semaines. J'ai passé un entretien à Samsung Electronics America (Richardson, TX (États-Unis)) en décembre 2018.
Phone interview with recruiter followed by a technical phone interview followed by a panel interview in their Dallas office (Richardson).
Interview process from recruiters was extremely professional and they deserve a thumbs up for the great work they do. However I cannot say the same for the people I met in the Richardson office for the technical interview.
One interviewer did not show up and I stayed waiting until the next one came in.
The last interviewer, the hiring manager, entered the room and asked non technical questions. When he left he threw a comment saying that "Samsung" is better than the company that you used to work for ( I won't mention the name here for professional reasons), and he snuffed while leaving the room.
Later on I discovered that although everybody on the panel gave me the thumbs up on the technical interview, the hiring manager said I was not good enough technically.
I guess he held a grudge against the company i used to work for and he just exerted his anger on me, very unprofessional. in any case, their loss.
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