Avaliações de funcionários da empresa Siemens AG: Dallas, TX
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I worked for Siemens for more than 10 years in very different functions. The company has great training offerings and can help you get a well-rounded picture of business. It is up to you though to make this happen.
Almost endless options to work globally in different functions
You have to leave to then turn your training into money
Im one of many EHS professionals that has worked at this facility and this company is great except for this location. This is not a bashing of the company because Siemens is a great place as a whole. The corporate EHS Director is awesome but he can only help so much. This facility doesn’t know what to do with EHS and doesn’t listen when it comes to compliance or standards, until it’s too late and their backs are against the wall. You’re under a Quality manager who puts her own needs over the better EHS department and you have no support in this position. My back was against the wall the whole time and now I’m at a way better place at a new company. The EHS professionals don’t last at this facility because they don’t know how to work with them or support them
Your performance is not always based on what you do professional. Rather how well you get along with you boss no matter how hard you work. If your not up close and personal with the bosses they don't know you or take the time to know who you.
Company car & pto time
You have to pay about $150 month for you car.
While Siemens is a great place to work with great opportunity to grow they do not provide you with the training needed to be successful. It is pretty much a "figure it out" environment.
Opportunity for growth
Lack of direction, training and written process
Often early morning to make it to the airport and customer account. then work the whole day and travel that evening or next morning to the next place. Traveling the hardest part of the job, working with current customers and training them was most enjoyable. Mostly worked independently at installations, but sales rep is usually present at demos. much self directed time.
Organize your own travel and calendar schedule for the most part
Lots of travel, away from home, friends and family
While working for Siemens Business Communications, I was able to hone my management and interpersonal skills. While having started in the Finance and Business Management ranks, the company management noticed a proclivity for Sales and Marketing management and encouraged me to pursue a career in that discipline. Siemens provided continuing education and support to ensure a successful transition.
Siemens is highly localized, even though the company is global, each company is very independent. The salary & benefits are competitive, while work life balance depends upon your individual manager and project. Career advancement in Siemens is difficult beyond a certain point, since most of the management comes directly from Germany. The culture is very conservative and formal. There are a lot of very talented technical people who work in Siemens. Overall, it is a good company to work for, but is definitely not a top tier one.
Global company, decent benefits
Glass ceiling, management can be difficult at times.