Lsi Corp Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
LSI Corporation was an American company based in San Jose, California which designed semiconductors and software that accelerate storage and networking in data centers, mobile networks and client computing.On May 6, 2014, LSI Corporation was acquired by Avago Technologies (now known as Broadcom Inc.) for $6.6 billion. LSI Stockholders voted in favor of the proposal in April 2014, merging the company into its parent, and continuing with the LSI brand.
A process analyst mentioned, "LSI has terrible management, bad and/or incompetent employees get away with almost anything, yet are viewed on the same level as people who work hard and consistently do their best, little to no recognition of hard work or accomplishments, inadequate training, little to no room for advancement, frequent politicking and animosity between departments, a pattern of the parent company of poaching other companies for their IP, and then doing mass layoffs, low pay."
says"It is being acquired, transition time."
Sr Applications Engineer (Current Employee) says"Not GAAT profitable for many moons. Won't / can't invest. Just finished shoestring push into 28-16nm. Very chaotic. Checks & balances waived. No budget or time to do it right. Don't tell their customers please. But now it's Avago's problem. It's possible the last 3 yrs were just the push to get acquired. In other words, not an engineering co. They want to sell jellybeans I guess. Culture: Divided. Spread out. Chickens always come home. Not enough of, or correct, organization and people to do it right. Result is contention & politics. All of the above confirmed by my personal discussions w/ fellow employees.hi technologyeverything"
Software Configuration Management Engineer (Former Employee) says"Work environment is that of a typical engineering company- standard 40 hour weeks but fast paced. Th biggest drawback are the constant layoffs here- employees are constantly jittery about their jobs which leads to a very selfish environment. Not much room for career advancement once you fall into a particular role. Decision making is often haphazard and there is often a lack of communication among the different offices."