Long days at work, a lot of areas to explore and learn from. Management is good but under too much pressure, most of them very highly educated. Culture is ok, can get very political but that is normal. Most enjoyable part of working for GF was constant exposure to C level and working with them side by side. This provides opportunity for learning outside the scope of normal job routine.
It is fun place to work as very technical intensive.
Manager (Former Employee) – Woodlands – July 3, 2018
Though as 2nd largest foundry, too far from the first position. Unable to catch up to the scale of economy and therefore the return. Also some damage done from the earlier management take times to recover.
Lot of challenges to drive for continuous improvement
For fresh graduates, it really give you an insight of a manufacturing company working culture. However, there are some improvement in the culture of the company management. Good experience working here but not for a lifetime. As an equipment engineer, there is less work-life balance. The pay is rather sufficient but it only for those who can cope and adapt with unexpected long hours and stress from the management.
Snr Engineer for TD CFM (Former Employee) – Woodlands – September 26, 2018
Using the latest technology to produce state of the art chips for different customers. Well structure management. Good HR that care about employee welfare. Many challenging and unexpected problems will surface during working.
Associate Engineer (Current Employee) – Woodlands – October 17, 2018
Globalfoundries is a good company for a fresh graduate to work. It is a very huge international private company where you can meet and work with different people from different countries. For technical engineering field, it is not a good place for those who want to challenge more. The working style there is repetitive.
Equipment Engineer (Current Employee) – Tampines – August 2, 2017
Over all rating for the Company not so high because of the following remarks. 1. On job Work/life balance.. employee a bit pressure due to work load. 2. Salary and Benefits, well compensated and benefits for the Employee also is good they always give bonuses specially if target is achieve. 3. Job Security in the Company was stable can plan for long time service on the Company. 4. Management a bit pressure but of course this is due to demand of the Company. 5. Job culture need to make some changes specially how to take care their new employee.Need more training for continues improvement of employee and company will get benefits also.
Well Compensated company and Job Security was stable
To much pressure and sometimes no time to enjoy life
Principal Associate Engineer (Current Employee) – Woodlands Industrial Park D – April 17, 2018
Productive workplace as activity is continuously moving everyday. I learned a lot from Part Management, Preventive Maintenance, and Line Supporting activities. The hardest part of the job is when too many machines were down and we need it to be up to production to meet our daily move target. The most enjoyable part of the job is when doing PM all together as one team.
Quarterly Bonus, quarterly team bonding allowance, Free shuttle up to nearest MRT.
detail-oriented, proficient at building and maintaining professional relationships
Manufacturing Production Technician (Former Employee) – Singapore – January 14, 2018
2 years of experience providing thorough and skillful support to senior executives. Learnt have to familiarity with Microsoft Word. Management run daily operations, coach employees, maintain quality control and ensure that its products and services are fulfilling customer needs.The harder part of my job is traveling and its really tiring. Can be very friendly & work together with different culture people.
Technician (Former Employee) – Woodlands – August 12, 2018
I have learn related to my job. Learn how to work under preasure. I had good colleauges, Managers and supervisors. Working for Sample Supports has been such a positive experience! They are always fostering an environment for growth and development.