I recommend merging this thread with Qorvo
Any truthi in this, is this going on right now - I used to work at Apopka back in 2013
Skyworks and RFMD, then we can lay off even more people, not 2014 but we'd probably have an interesting 2015. Downsizing at all levels, cutting deep. Management is stupid, and I would not be stunned if they were to do something like this.
Huge percentage... 15-20%? There was already a 10+% cut in December/January. Not handled well by management at all. Was this even planned?
Heads are rolling, major downsizing - good luck to everyone
at Apopka, 4 were let go and were walked out as if they were criminals. No notice was given and was poorly handled. The director, Bert had a expressionless face. These people have worked and the least company could have done was let them go with... — read more
I'd rather call it an acquisition as RF Micro Devices have an upper hand in this. Here is what's going to happen. They will cut HR, Finance and IT first and after that they'll go after everyone else. Triquint stands no chance here, so you better... — read more
We are hosed
I am surprised that we have nobody posting today - we all know what's going on
Triquint is a very good company, good management but tough industry. I hear that we very challenging times are ahead of us and that includes downsizing.
Why are we silent?
It's very simple, the whole industry is changing and TriQuint's management is incompetent in my opinion, things will get worse.
Semiconductor business is tricky and very cyclical - we do have layoffs occasional, but noting better or worse if compared to our competitors.
No layoffs buddy
More layoffs here?!
Things are going pretty good right now - Triquint will be fine
A major round of layoffs is underway at Apopka, FL. Facility was heavily dependent on one smart phone customer
A major round of layoffs is underway (Aug 2011).
TriQuint Semiconductor is a high tech semiconductor company that designs, produces and distributes high-performance RF modules, components as well as foundry services. The company mostly works with the semiconductor gallium arsenide (AKA GaAs), and... — read more