"Flextronics is a good place to work if you don’t mind working hard. The people are all friendly and willing to help you learn your position. The supervisors are very approachable and transparent. The downsides are that they run 24/7, so you might have to work nights. If you can deal with that, then you should definitely consider working here."
"Flextronics is a good company as long as you work in the offices and not on the manufacturing floor, in production and quality and packaging you are constantly at risk of being laid off at any moment"
"Great learning environment"
"I'm a hard dedicated worker."
"I recently was employed at Flextronics in Memphis Tennessee. The work place structure was unorganized and some of the smaller employees was unappreciated by upper management."
"Fair organization to work for. always a lot of change, which makes things exciting."
"I have worked with Flex for almost 3 years and Its a great place to work. It is a very challenging environment and a very successful company established in 30 different countries employing around 50,000 employees through out the world."
"Their career site promises unlimited growth potential working with the best minds out there. There are smart people at Flex but with an attrition rate in the high double digits they don't stay. What's wrong? Salary lower than the market, zero training and development unless it's home-grown, benefits that are reduced year over year, an old boys club executive management and an overload of work. The companies excuse is that they operate on pennies profit but this isn't reflected in the bonuses and stock the execs get. You can learn a lot at Flex, it's a big global company and there are some nice people but the stats bear out that something is wrong, the turnover is incredible."
"The location at Memphis is a slave labor camp. For the lower hourly people have to work 12 hr shifts and if they can't get the work done they ask for another 4 hrs, and weekends. They hire a lot of illegal Mexicans for cheap. They don't care about people."
"This place is a roaring, uncoordinated mess. Management doesn't have the slightest intuition on how to transition to a larger company. Management is very arrogant."
"Good place if you want to work hard and set yourself apart from the pack."
"I worked for Flextronics on one project for just under two years. They are known for sweeping hiring and sweeping firing. This is a well deserved reputation. They are a results-driven company with an eye on profits but little regard for their employees. I would not do business with them because their word cannot be trusted."
"I worked for one year there and I did not like it."
"Flextronics is a good company, however needs to provide a better life quality for their staff. Provide a better place to work and respect the time employees work in a work-life balance. It is a company that allows you to grow but a very high cost."
"Flextronics is a sinking ship. Avoid."
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