"I was employed by LSI Corporation for almost 8 years. I enjoyed being a part of a very diverse Accounting/Audit group. I found LSI to embrace an ethical environment. However, most members of management were more concerned with promoting their own careers and lacked the ability to provide proper leadership that would have helped others to expand on their knowledge and skills, thereby increasing the potential for a more successful career. LSI was purchased in 2014 by Avago Technologies."
"I worked from May 2012 to August 2012 as an intern. Enjoyed my work and the team I worked with."
"Lot of uncertainty in the company due to acquisition. The future of the company remains to be seen."
"LSI is a complex place to work as it lacks the ability to make decisions that would set clear directions. While there are lots of good people, they are working at cross purposes, so there is a fair amount of confusion as to what needs to be done by when."
"In working for LSI, I found that management had a very small circle of influential personnel that made both tactical and strategic decisions. The inability to think strategically and adjust to industry changes (particularly diversification of customer base) led to the eventual end and acquisition by another company."
"Connect with the Politically affluent, avoid the ones who produce."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"Watch your back. Connect with the Politically affluent, avoid the ones who produce."
What don't you like about working at LSI Corp.?
"The organizational inbreeding. Only the buddies/buddiets survive"
What suggestions do you have for management?
"Try and not ship all manufacturing jobs to overseas locations. The job you save may be your own."
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