"Staging for this company has given me a look into the automotive industry. I love the people that I work with and the job itself, however, KDMK still remains one of the most cutthroat companies that pay some the lowest wages in the county for the type of work that is requested."
"Great place to work. Lots of opportunites to grow"
"It's a good company to start with coming out of college and needing experience. Depending upon position, work-life can be a challenge but, time management skills can play into making work easier."
"I was brought to DENSO by DENSO's HR from an on campus recruiting event back when I was at school. In the end they told me everyone has to be on contract by Trillium to start. The thing they didn't tell me was that for immigrants you have to stay with Trillium for four or five years (until you use up all your OPT and H1B) to get to direct hire. So that was part of the reason I decided to leave DENSO and Trillium after about 2 years. Here comes the problem that I want to warn every immigrant. Now my current employer wants to apply green card for me, and need my old employer to sign a letter of employment confirmation to verify my work experience. It has to be signed by my legal employer (Trillium). I'll give you a summary here of the 7 months of fighting: Trillium says I was working at DENSO so they can't verify my experience gained so they can't sign the letter, DENSO says they can't sign anything because I was not a DENSO employee... Due to character limits here I cannot type all the details out. Please go check other review site for the full details. I am not making any of these up, I have all the emails as proof. I am just thinking by sharing this if I can help anybody in the future, I'd be glad. So for whomever that's considering joining DENSO with Trillium, you know what you are getting into. My advice is to leave as soon as possible. If you choose to work with them, maybe try to get them sign something before you join, or just stay with them for a long long time and hope another economic crisis doesn't come and you as a contractor doesn't get laid off first during that time. I wish you the best of luck."
"I have worked for electronics manufacturing for 19 years. I really like the high pressure of automotive manufacturing. I also really like the personal satisfaction I get from doing something no one else was able to do. I never give up on a challenge and somehow I am always able to rise to whatever level I need to in order to get the job done."
"I have been with Denso since June of 2012. The workplace environment is filled with good people. The work itself can be frustrating at times because of the delay in communicating with HQ in Japan. The company expects you to devote yourself completely. They talk about work life balance, but the practice of that frequently falls short."
"A great place to start your career!"
What do you like about working at DENSO?
"great experience loaded with advanced technology! A must for a starting engineer, excellent foundation!"
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"yes, there is an in-depth screening of salaried personnel. a great emphasis on teamwork and working with other cutlures like japanese,"
What don't you like about working at DENSO?
"the opportunities for career advancement are limited and very hard to come by, very competitive, a fast paced environment with drop deadlines."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"promote entrepreneurial skills in leaders and hire more minorities"
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