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30+ days ago

HRIS Analyst

Spansion Bayan Lepas

• As a member of the Global HR Information Systems (HRIS) team, participate in the design, build, test and maintenance of multiple global HRIS… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sr. Field Quality Engineer

Spansion Detroit, MI

Key Functions • Interacts with Spansion’s external customer base, field application engineering, field sales, and product engineering to understand… Glassdoor

10 days ago

Customer Service Representative/Sales Coordinator (full-time)

Spansion Paris

s and short presentations for necessary for business reviews • Coordination with outside sales for all customer requirements. Will need to be a… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Marketing Engineer Industrial Microcontrollers

Spansion Langen

and tasks • Technical lead and coaching of the application team • Increase of application know-how in the team • Lead and coordinate customer… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Development Engineer Semiconductor (digital) (f/m)

Spansion Langen

are: - Creation of the verification plan by the specification of the IP and the microcontroller - Verification of the IP and the microcontroller… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sr Lead Source Mgr

Spansion Austin, TX

Coordinates purchasing activities with manufacturing, planning and engineering departments to acquire inventory in a cost effective and timely… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

FAE Microcontroller

Spansion Langen

of this European wide technical support role: • EMEA wide technical support function with high focus on central Europe (German speaking) • Focus on… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Design Engineer

Spansion Chengdu

languages such as Verilog or VHDL 6. Good knowledge of test benches, synthesis and timing analysis, DFT is a plus 7. Familiar with IC design… Glassdoor

16 days ago

Senior FAE

Spansion Shenzhen

3. Maintain the best relationship with key accounts, especially R&D department;  Conduct technical seminars to customers and distributors FAEs for… Glassdoor

23 days ago

Manufacturing Tech

Spansion Austin, TX

Adds value to a team by making recommendations and suggestions to improve cycle time, workflow, equipment utilization or cost reduction improvements… Glassdoor

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Spansion President, CEO, and Director John H. Kispert
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    A dying company with NO plans for expanding in the US

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    Current Employee - Insignificant Employee in Austin, TX (US)
    Current Employee - Insignificant Employee in Austin, TX (US)

    I have been working at Spansion full-time (more than 3 years)


    Pay, for my position, is very good.


    Very dangerous, outdated, factory. Most, if not all, safety protocols are ignored, or bypassed. It's all about manufacturing. Doesn't care about safety or well being of employees. I know people who have lost parts of fingers, had hands crushed, exposed to acids, and more. Management doesn't even ask them if they are ok. They are only concerned with trying to cover their own butts. They immediately conduct a" 5 why" investigation. On one occasion a person was hurt, and a 5 why investigation was performed. Years later the machine still has interlocks bypassed, undocumented changes, outdated specs, broken panels that protect from acid exposure, and I could go on.

    Safety is for filling out documentation to provide the illusion of safe working environment to customers and government regulators.

    Most demeaning place I've ever worked. It is a good ole boy place where The "click" is promoted. In my position people have Bachelors of Science degrees, licenses, certifications, ex-military, patents, and more. Some are promoted without ANY prior school, experience, or professional training. Needless to say we are treated like we are cashiers at a hotdog stand. NO RESPECT! Everyone is looked upon as the person with no professional training. In reality, many people in this situation have more experience, and school than management. So, I guess the idea is to demean and marginalized others to keep themselves on top.

    Also, this place seems to encourage trash talking. People scoff, roll eyes, yell, make fun of you in meetings. It's really unbelievable! Very disappointing when you consider this is a " high tech" semiconductor company.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get it together before someone is killed. You surely don't want that?!?!?

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