Working at Micron Technology, Inc.

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Ratings for Micron Technology, Inc.

  • Appreciation
    3.9
  • Company Outlook
    4.1
  • Fair Pay
    3.1
  • Learning and Development
    3.9
  • Manager Communication
    4.2
  • Manager Relationship
    4.3
  • Pay Transparency
    2.9
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Micron Technology, Inc. Reviews

What is it like working at Micron Technology, Inc.?

Good stepping stine.
Process Engineer:
Pros: Schedule. Diversity. Multi interdisciplinary.
Cons: Growth opportunities. Structure. Nature of business cyclic.
It’s good.
Data Engineer in Boise:
Pros: Personal development, emphasis on health, lots of room to move and grow in the company
Cons: It’s big, I feel a little like cattle... not Microns fault.
Good.
Packaging Engineer in Singapore:
Pros: The kind of work
Cons: Sometimes too hectic work schedule
Supply Chain Manager:
Good work-life balance and flexibility. Good working environment and fair practices. Views and ideas are respected. Better than market basic compensation rates. Culture that supports collaborative team work.
Good opportunities and growth.
Supply Chain Manager in Singapore:
Pros: I like my immediate manager, and the life-work balance that the management promotes.
Cons: Still needs to catch up with Supply Chain management processes.
Senior Electronics Design Engineer in San Jose:
Good things: 1. Work life balance. 2. 12-week full pay paternity leave. 3. Upper management is transparent and not talking like politicians. Bad things: 1. Benefits are not good. For example, quality of free coffee is poor; dental insurance is bad. 2. Compensation is not one of the highest even among hardware companies.
It is a fast paced, engaging position. Your responsible for making decisions that could help or hurt the program.
Process Development Engineer in Boise:
Pros: It is always changing and the challenges are ever present. It doesn’t get boring.
Cons: Decisions are not always made at the right level, which results in slow decisions.

Most Popular Benefits at Micron Technology, Inc.

Retirement & Financial Benefits
Profit Sharing
401(k) Plan
Health & Insurance Benefits
Health Insurance
Dental Insurance