Avaliações de funcionários da empresa Siemens AG: Atlanta, GA
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Work-life balanceWork-life balance at Siemens AG was terrible.Pay & benefitsMy pay and benefits at Siemens AG was average.Job security and advancementIn terms of job security at Siemens AG, it was terribleManagementIn general, managers at Siemens AG are ok.OverallMy experience working at Siemens AG was terrible. They did everything possible to keep me from progressing in my trade.
Strong managers and employees from all around the world. If I had to make one comment in regards to an area of improvement it would be to put more US/leaders from other countries than Germany in higher level finance positions.
Siemens was up to date on medical devices, engineering, and problem solving, and warehousing,Field service for most hospitals and clients.good management practices.
The travel increased every year till it got to be too much, extreme travel. I was told travel would not exceed 30%, but it turned out be more like 80%. Bad management. The 6 years I worked there, I had 4 managers, two got forced out (because they were good managers) and one quit. The company only cared about more money and not about the people. I am Happy where I am now, away from there.
Good pay and benefits.
Long work hours. Too much travel.
Outstanding Company, unfortunately they sold the diagnostic part in Atlanta and a few including myself relocated to Fort Mill’s South Carolina
The company exemplify professionalism and truly a great brand in the Atlanta area. Unfortunately the diagnostic branch was sold and picked up by Samina Corporation.
SIEMENS has Ownership Culture, which means every employee is relied upon to make decisions and drive action as if they were the owner of the business. In practice, this culture is exhibited by many that work there; however, 170+ year old company has many still within its ranks that behave as in typical hierarchy structure. Changing a business culture is a difficult process, but I do believe that the continued financial success demonstrated by SIEMENS is indicative of the cultural shift to align with the current megatrends in the world. If given the opportunity to work there, I would highly recommend this company given their tract record and current vision. (Excellence, Innovation, and Responsible)
As a field service engineer with siemens, you will have the opportunity to learn a ton and get paid very well. The hardest part of the job is the lack of work life balance. If you do not mind being away from home and on call at all times then it is a good fit.
Peer engineers helped shape me into a better engineer. The best part of that environment was improving my skills by working alongside people with experience and great personality. At times there was a lot of weight on my shoulders. At the same time it was rewarding to prevail and provide the company with solid engineering. The workplace culture at the R&D was great. I really appreciated the fact that I could be working hard on a solution/project and a coworker would provide a break from intense thinking when I need it. Company events and outings really helped keep us all on task, and at the same time relaxed in our environment. Our company encouraged this. They were genuinely concerned about keeping our workforce from getting burned out. I would not be the engineer that I am today without the teamwork and knowledge that I received from my peers, as well as give it back in return.
Siemens is a well run established industrial company. I work in the PLM software division which comprises many acquired companies. Siemens promotes from within as well as hires from the outside.
company layoff 12,000 people in 2008 just like GE energy Moving entire IT or PC computer group in orlando FL to philipines. Company fired CEO in 2008 got rid of 10 percent employees. no interest in long term players. SENORITY ignored.
Benifits after 90 days