Sanmina Corporation Employee Reviews for Material Handler
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To work for a profesional organization that will allow me to utilize my skills and grow with the company
I love to work here, I am a quick learner, I finish my work on time, always on time never absent, hard worker, I like to help new people to learn, thak you
Very okay hours on weekend 3rd shift.I left for better pay. People there were alright co workers, its a place for training not a carrer, plus I was the only material handler on my shift.
No lunches provided but employee dine as group eatings.
Great experience working in that fun and friendly environment. I appreciate having all nice co-workers. It's not all about work but playful time and events also, and people are serious about work. Great work/life balance. Co-workers there will make you feel like in a family. A lot of supporting.
Recognization for work efforts.
I've learned several machines in various departments. I enjoyed all of the people I have worked with throughout all the years I was employed there. The morale kept getting worse as the years go on.
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The job I perform is a great job. I truly enjoy and excel at doing it. However, I hate doing it for this company. Although my reviews are great, my attendance is excellent, I receive more and more responsibility every year, I have not advanced on paper. This company asks for your loyalty, yet the do nothing to earn it. Management knows nothing about integrity. Personal greed is their only motivation.
Job security, relaxed atmosphere
Short breaks, poor compensation, horrible benefits, no professional growth.
This company really taughtt me alot about myself. I learned that there are no limits to what I can do. They really respected there employees. We were treated not only as employees but as family.
100 percent reimbursement for school
Out of state
Terrible place to work. Terrible pay, no opportunity for advancement, terrible management, not to mention the actual "job" part of this job is so screwy and inefficient that you'll be pulling hairs by day 5. If you're happy being sad and cool with being paid just-above minimum wage without opportunity for full-time status with benefits or raises for over 6 months, then work here. But if you're like me and everyone else who is actually sane and has common sense, look elsewhere.
The cafe makes decent wraps.
Literally everything else.
While I definitely enjoyed the experience of learning a new position and getting to develop healthy relationships with my coworkers , i also saw a complete lack of experience from my leads and supervisors. There was never any proper training done for any of the new employees such as myself at the time and there was little to no support from supervisors. There was a definite sink or swim mentality there which caused turmoil and unrest within my assigned department leading to lack of communication and a total lack of team work.
bad working conditions (no air conditioners), no leadership, no employee trainig
Arrived at work 30 minutes early. Received information on the day, and organized my day. Started on picklists if any, and if there were not any, i would work on data entry, and once that was done, worked on cleaning and organizing. I learned many skills in driving and pushing myself to be a better worker. Taking on tasks that no one else wanted to. Loved my coworkers, would still be working there if i had not gotten laid off. I drove over 100 miles a day to get to work and back, so that should tell you how i enjoyed working there. The hardest part of the job was when other employees did not pull there own weight and i had to pick up the slack. The most enjoyable part was just the people.