"I do not with to provide a review for this company."
"WD was a decent company to work for if financial gain isn't your main objective. They do not pay accordingly, they want to be an industry leader but are unwilling to pay employees. If you can work for the right boss and team than the pay doesn't matter as much. The medical benefits are horrible, every year they seemed to take more out of my check and offer less in return. When I told friends or family about my deductibles they were blown away by the price tag. Financially, WD is not competitive but they do have a great culture and atmosphere that is better than most."
"I have worked at Western Digital 15+ years. This is the number 1 storage company in the world with a wide range of storage solutions. Development Schedules are aggressive, and the product is very complex. Good work is rewarded with financial compensation and more responsibility. The work is never boring and there are always new challenges."
"I was hired with Western Digital to drive high profile projects. They are a fast growing company and a strong desire to improve and upgrade their internal technologies and business practices in order to better serve their clients and customers. Fast paced projects and overall great culture. A good company to work for"
"My company is a great place to work. Even better up north in CA."
"Diversified growing company with multiple cross-functional opportunities."
"I've worked for Western Digital for about 2 years. The company was a great place to work and was always trying to make the best storage solutions for all consumers. My manager and co-workers were absolutely amazing. I learned a lot from them all and am grateful."
"Good company, but very hard to move up."
"I am constantly getting harrassed by another female employee. She pinned me down and groped me at a corporate event"
"I worked in the SMB QA department. This has been one of the best positions that I've had in my career and I have had some great ones. The only think that I think WD should do is to keep on a solid track of work process. Switching gears too much isn't good for business, employee relations or the reputation of a well oiled company."
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