Order Puller (Former Employee) – Mansfield, TX – June 14, 2018
Just the racist act and practice in there by the supervisor and his team will go a long way to destroy the image of Mouse Electronics. The management need to be informed through my 2nd statement and weigh it on both side and prevent future conflicts between the said supervisor and other employees.
You start off as a order puller and your job is to come in and log in to their system which then sends you the orders from their systems. You complete one order then go to the next order until your day is complete.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Mansfield, TX – May 1, 2018
I worked for Mouser Electronics for just short of five years. I filled many roles and worked with many team leads. By far and large I found my supervisors to be people that would do their utmost to look out for me when things came into a tight spot. They worked with me through some difficult times and I continue to appreciate the help they gave me throughout.
It is a decent company and at a starting wage of about 12 dollars for entry-level, it isn't bad. It kept me in my crummy, little apartment fairly easily but that was the life of a bachelor. Had I anyone that depended on me more than my cat, it might have been tighter.
Good company to work for with solid benefits and a team environment.
Customer Service Assistant (part time) (Current Employee) – Mansfield, TX – February 11, 2018
1. I currently work 5 days a week for 5 hours each day. My job responsibility is to input incoming Purchase Orders via a queue system. Mouser prides themselves on accuracy and quick turnaround time to expedite the order. 2. I have gained knowledge regarding the policy and procedures of a manufacturer distributor. 3. The management team at Mouser is held in high regard and their positions are attainable if you so desire to pursue that avenue. 4. An average day at Mouser is always busy with each department and employees tasked to the best of their abilities. 5. The hardest part of the job is not necessarily hard but you must keep your productivity at a particular goal as with some days it is more difficult than others. 6. My team and others relating to my team are professional and motivational to all.
Frequently lunch & snacks, often there are departmental functions to thank us for our contributions.
Having a part time position does not entitle me to benefits.
Most people treat you like family . Don’t get me wrong there are alot of good people at Mouser . But as far as it goes it’s all about the numbers with them . And when they’re done with you they are done with you !! And will do anything they can to get rid of you . And do what they can to not let you get unemployment . I turned a temporary job that was supposed to last three months and almost 10 years . I fell into a rut and I was comfortable didn’t want to drive to Dallas or Ft.Worth. Very limited on advancement you have to be one of the favorites if you’re just looking for a paycheck it’s a good place to work .Guns up!!!
Overall, working at Mouser Electronics, in Finance, was a horrible experience. Advancement was frowned upon, and pay is too low. Management definitely needs more HR training in keeping the affairs of others private. The work culture's motto: Hire and keep low-level thinking people who will not go anywhere and are content at making less than industry standards. Most people stay because they get caught in a rut and don't want to drive far for better pay. After awhile the mentality and horrible work culture drains on the psyche and you become wrapped up in contentment and being stuck in an environment you don't see a way out of. This company is great for younger kids starting out, especially in the warehouse part; but not for the career-minded individual.
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