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Application Engineers at Trillium Digital Systems give their company a 1.0 out of 5.0, while the average rating for Trillium Digital Systems is 2.9, making them 97% less happy than every other employee at Trillium Digital Systems and 117% less happy than every other Application Engineer on CareerBliss - the happiest Application Engineers work for Broadcom.

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Application Engineer
in Rochester Hills, MI

"I was contracted to DENSO by Trillium. I was brought to DENSO by DENSO's HR from an on-campus recruiting event back when I was in 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 for a green card for me and needs 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, I can't type all the details. But please check other sites for details if needed. I am not making any of these up, I have all the emails as proof. I am just thinking by sharing this that I might be able to help somebody in the future. So for anyone considering joining DENSO with Trillium, just 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 to sign something before you join, or just stay with them for a long time and hope another economic crisis doesn't come and leave you, as a contractor, laid off during that time. I wish you the best of luck."

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