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Ridgefield Park, Bergen, NJ (États-Unis)
De 1 001 à 5 000 employés
Samsung Electronics
Filiale ou unité d'exploitation
Matériel et logiciels informatiques
Entre 5 et 10 milliards € (EUR) par an


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    « Taking a job at Samsung made me go backwards in my career. »

    • Équilibre travail/vie privée
    • Culture et valeurs
    • Opportunités de carrière
    • Rémunération et avantages
    • Dirigeants
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    401k match
    Fitness reimbursement
    Onsite gym
    Discounted cafeteria food


    When I started at Samsung, the position I accepted and the career growth I was told existed turned out to be drastically different. With 15 years of experience, I was told it was a higher level position that would feed into future leadership opportunities. Instead, the position was more equivalent to an entry level job. When I tried to express my concerns or my desire to grow professionally, upper management ignored it, including HR. When I started at the company, I received minimal training and guidance - and this continued throughout my time at the company. No organized meetings, constant cancellations; my colleagues and I were left to fend for ourselves.

    Samsung leaders manage out of fear - I’ve actually been fearful to even leave a review about my experience. There is no compassion or empathy in the upper leaders and if you speak out or rub a leader the wrong way/disagree, you will be politically scarred and they will try to work you out if you’re not one of the favorites.

    The office is incredibly toxic. There is no willingness to help out and if you’re new, veteran employees treat you like you’re an annoyance and will not share their tribal knowledge or help you learn the systems. It’s an incredibly sad and lonely place to work.

    No growth path
    Unorganized chaos
    Preach culture but culture is non existent
    Leaders to not lead
    Constant reorganization
    Disconnected HR
    Zero collaboration

    Conseils à la direction

    I don’t even know where to start. Remove toxic, cliquey leaders who don’t have passion for people. If you want to build a world class company, you need a world class team who cares and I don’t see that happening given the US is just a puppet of Korean HQ.

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Entretiens chez Samsung Electronics America



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    Entretien de Talent Acquisition Senior Manager

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    J'ai postulé via un recruteur. J'ai passé un entretien à Samsung Electronics America.


    For the second time, a Samsung recruiter found me on LinkedIn and wanted to talk about a “private search.”

    Interview was straight-forward and the recruiter (who works as a contractor) told me that my candidacy was very strong; she spent 30 of the 45 minutes trying to sell me on the company.

    Following a great interview, I get an email 3 days later asking me how many years experience I had because the role required at least 12. After responding and confirming I met that criteria, I never heard from the recruiter, again.

    This was the second time this exact situation has played out with this company. The same thing happened to me in 2017 with these unprofessional recruiters/contractors.

    The experience of being ghosted by both recruiters, despite each of them telling me I was the “strongest candidate they interviewed,” has led to me never using a Samsung product.

    If their recruitment process is indicative of the quality of their products, I’d expect a lot of talk about quality before the product breaks in four days and customer service hangs up the phone on you whenever you call.

    Tip: take candidate experience seriously because your current process is a joke. If you are going to reach out to passive candidates on LinkedIn, don’t ghost them (twice)-because if you do, you can guarantee those candidates won’t apply at your company when they become active candidates and they are FAR less likely to purchase your products.

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Prix et distinctions de Samsung Electronics America

  • Fortune's World's Most Admired Companies(#21), Fortune, 2014
  • World's Most Reputable Companies, Forbes, 2013
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