I have been working at Sharp Electronics (US) full-time (More than 10 years)
Great team of people. Management always looking to make improvements and grow the business. Individuals who work hard are rewarded.
Always more work to be done.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Sharp Electronics (US) in December 2007.
very basic, not very professional. They seem to make judgements based on emotion and "type" rather than really making sure the people are good fits. The interview schedule had many changes to it and they seemed very unorganized. They also had strange choices for interviewers having lower level people do the interviews.
Reasons for Declining
the people that worked there did not appear to be happy or really like the company, mgmt, or each other. I think they salary offered was competitive but overall the company seemed to be poorly run from a people point of view. I got the impression that the company did not value its employees and it showed by the people conducting the interview.
Sharp’s Montvale headquarters hosted a hoops event where we raised money for http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMXHn, a nonprofit organization that provides adaptive equipment to children with special needs. We raised money for a good cause and enjoyed some friendly competition with our coworkers #SharpCares
As we near #InternationalWomensDay this week, Sharp launched an amazing initiative to honor the women we work with today and will work with tomorrow. WISE (Women Influencing Sharp’s Empowerment) is designed to provide opportunity and networking through a series of events for the Sharp community. This morning, Sharp employees enjoyed a town hall style presentation over breakfast while learning more about the initiative from SIICA President and CEO Mike Marusic and Debbie Tyler, SEC Deputy General Counsel and Chairperson of the WISE Steering Committee.