Infineon Technologies

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Infineon Technologies AG is a German semiconductor manufacturer founded in 1999, when the semiconductor operations of the former parent company Siemens AG were spun off. Infineon has about 47,400 employees and is one of the ten largest semiconductor manufactures worldwide. It is market leader in automotive and power semiconductors. In fiscal year 2019, the company achieved sales of €8.0 billion. Infineon bought Cypress in April 2020.

One unhappy employee shared this in a review, "There is no good trainig department. There is no good benifts. There is no appreciate at work. Too much favouritism at work. There is no good communication at work."


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Former Employee - Account Executive says

"HR told me any RSUs awarded to me were mine to keep when I resigned- days later but prior to the money getting into the bank account they withdrew them......."

Manufacturing Technician (Current Employee) says

"There is no good trainig department. There is no good benifts. There is no appreciate at work. Too much favouritism at work. There is no good communication at work."


"very bad very bad working culture"

employee (Current Employee) says

"Infineon has all the tools it needs to help employees, but management has its own agendas and they aren't help the employee its help themselves. there is a very noticeable separation between management and the average employee and it is to bad because I wouldn't call the company bad just the management teams in place. and because the corporate office is so far away I believe the corporate office is in the dark because the onsite HR person if you can call her that since she is only onsite twice a week is on the management side of the fence."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"They make promises but no follow through. Just string you along. They blow exorbitant amounts of money in some areas but little to no raises."

Fab Technician (Former Employee) says

"Always direct hire people who are relatives to management. Hiring contract people from left to right without any experience. Very low pay and small breaks. The management always worry about quantity than quality. Employee training is very poor. If you make any mustake during training you can lose your job."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Care very little for employees. Prejudices are common and so is bullying. Very sad because there are good people too."

Equipment Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) says

"A typical day was trying to stay afloat. Training was to be conducted to 90% with your trainer each day. More like 1% and the rest you somehow figure it out. Too many unscheduled special projects or known as duties as needed. I knew there was something seriously not right when I was elected to become a water boy. Lugging 12 five gallon water jugs from building to building was not my idea of technical work. Training was basically leave you on the floor to magically figure it out. Not to mention the operator level tests for a technician which you had to take home on your own time. I didn't know I elected myself to continue my education. You would be signed off for training that never happened. Also asked to come in on different shifts as if I have nothing to do. The agency continued to make mistakes on the shift differential and required two months to get it right. The health insurance never happened turned out the agency never submitted it.Free Pete's Whole Bean CoffeeA work week felt like a year."

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