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Silicom is a publicly traded company, headquartered in Israel, that specializes in the design, manufacture and marketing of connectivity solutions for a range of servers and server-based systems. Its shares are listed on the NASDAQ Global Market and on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. Silicom is a member of the RAD Group family of companies.


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Former Employee - Writer says

"All these that are reviewed here are completely under influence. Someone has written employee perks. Right. God knows what kind of perk s/he got. Maybe the company didn't deduct his outing charges. How can I forget. Yes. If there is a team outing and you don't want to participate for some reason, then be ready to see money deduction from your salary. It doesn't matter whether you attend the outing or not. Also, it doesn't matter whether you like the company t-shirt or not. You have to take and pay for amount. Like literally. Beware. It's not only earning. Deductions are also significantly high."

Former Employee (Former Employee) says

"Unless you are friends with the supervisors and superintendents and upper management you can not move up or promote to supervisor or higher. Newer employees were treated inferior compared to older employees and were not stood by with the HR. I loved my job but did not love the lead I had and the HR dept."

Maintenance (Former Employee) says

"management does a horrible job scheduling. Never complete a task. Don't really care for the employee just about the job. Unsafe place to work. Misuse of people and talents. Management not qualified for the positions they are in. Shut up and work attitude. High turnover rate there's a lotYou have multiple days off of way from itComing back to work or just overall working there"

LEADMAN (Former Employee) says

"Benfits not the best for family, very dangerous job, pay is very low for job type, some good bosses. new hands left and right. hard keep anyone there. Hot, nasty job, and dangerous. I liked working there but they promised a lot and never backed it up. May be better waterhealthcare, 15 to 21 ahour when it should be 25 and up ."

N/A (Former Employee) says

"Run and run fast if you get an interview! The pay is not what the company promised the county/state it would be when they got approval to open (they lied). They did not hire the amount of people they promised the county/state they would when they opened (they lied). It's literally a bunch of Misfits managing the place that could not make it at other companies and eneded up here. Only reason there is a 1 star rating is because I had to put at least 1.I'm no longer there!I wasted time in that miserable environment, time I'll never get back!"

crane helper (Former Employee) says

"Worked here for a couple months working in140 degree heat dealing with molten metal people getting burned almost everyday and getting treated pretty bad I got 3rd degree burns from working there and I got treated worse after I got burned. I barely got any breaks worked many days 12 straight hours without a break. 17.00/hr is tempting if your coming from a low paying job like I did but it's not worth it its very easy to get hurt out there or even killedprovided wateronly get 10 minute brakes have to work through breaks sometimes"

Furnace Tapper/Overhead Crane Operator (Former Employee) says

"This is a very hot and dangerous job. Although one is informed of the heat the other dangers aren’t always disclosed. Pay is not near enough to compensate for all the dangers one deals with on a daily basis. It’s hard to move up to better jobs.Decent amount of time offVery Dangerous environment, not enough pay, very unprofessional training, employees mean nothing to management"

Maintenance Supervisor/Lead Electrician (Former Employee) says

"negative reactions only provoke negative responses. I decline adding more negative reactions to this box. I do not work there out of personal reasons. I preferred to work somewhere else that was more fruitful for my efforts."

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