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Typical day of work: develop proposal and contrats with new costumers. What you learned: how to handle issues with a new and unknowing area (eletrical), Management: work as a team to get the right info . Workplace culture: very different because I was working with a different area. The hardest part of the job: handle issues with the electrical team. The most enjoyable part of the job: goal and results achieved.
Difficult to have your place between Engineers from a different area
Between shipping jobs over seas (cheaper labor rates and benefits) and people quitting because of terrible upper management decisions, the moral is very low. It use to be people liked working for this company but not any more. Siemens (corporate) only concern is money, to the detriment of their customers and their employees. A good place to get experience but don’t plan to stay, the pay is terrible, the benefits are ok, you get the same type of benefits in other companies.
Good experience in a range of different systems
Everyone looking over their shoulder waiting to see if their job will go overseas.
People are great to work with. Salaries are low, good benefits, frequent understaffing, management could use improvement. Overall, if they paid appropriately and stayed on top of hiring this would be a really awesome place to work. Unfortunately, lots of turnover for ground level positions.
During pandemic COVID-19, I personally experience that work and family life are out of balance due to some managers have been "MICRO" Managing his or her employees (direct reports) and their behavior is considered by senior management is perfectly fine.
Overall they have a very talented group of people working there. However teamwork needs to improve. Also employees do not speak their mind - worried about consequences.
working with very talented group of people
bad benefits and low salary
I have worked for Siemens Power for many years. The company has progressively declined over the last years due to terrible management, at all levels. As in any job, there are good and bad people. There is ongoing uncertainty and lack of direction from US and Germany-top management- about the future of the company, which continues to divide departments and layoffs employees. Managers who only think about the advancement of their careers, licking the boots of their bosses -there is no need to describe how this affects employee morale. In short, I will soon leave the company, since Siemens is not what it was and I know that many more employees are feeling the same way. If you want to work in a place where you will not have opportunities to grow, unless you have friends in managment positions, Siemens is the right place for you.At all levels the company continually incur in bad practices (administrative and technical), to the detriment of the projects, schedules and the most important, the quality of the products (turbines and generators), which continue to erode the image of the company. This is critical and will possibly be the downfall of Siemens Power.
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good solid company, very stressful as an engineer and you get a lot dumped on you, pay is good and the job security is good. good if your team are good, but you do get put on.
good pay, paid lunch
long hours and no work life balance
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If you join Siemens Energy, be prepared to give up any career ambition and be ready to clap for German leaders who keep rotating and take plum posts. If you are a low level engineer - don’t expect advancement as boomers aren’t going any where. Siemens uses this stupid phrase called, “you own your career”, when in reality all forms of career development need management approval. When you continuously prove or exceed your job level performance, the management always finds an excuse for not promoting (Ex: you lack network and some one needs to pick you, lack of budget - donno how come some Germans keep getting promoted amidst tight budget situation). If you are not looking for career growth, then you can get by here with average work..
Work life balance
Low salary, lack of promotions
To be fair, I was told to avoid the place like the plague as it had a largely ineffectual HR, IT support and project management. It was actually far worse than they described. Projects were badly underestimated from the get-go so you were constantly on the back foot. The quality of the TPWs was patchy to say the least. Many were more interested in socialising and moaning about IR35 rather than doing any actual work. Many would struggle to hold a job elsewhere due to their abrupt manner and limited skill sets so you could see why they chose to be transient workers. On the plus side, the long timers were very friendly, patient and willing to share their knowledge and help out with issues. Apprentices and grads are treated very well and there is a very active EDI group. The work itself is interesting and varied but unfortunately, the many issues gradually drained my morale until I dreaded going in to work.
A lot of unexperienced and bad managers no experience at all and No respect for women from specially managers and coworker from India. Favoritism among managers from same country and give their country men lead position. No carrier development. Air of employee do nothing and survived by a few who works hard .
Most coworkers are nice
Worst HR u
Good environment to work in. Targets met to be finished on time. Can enjoy the workplace. Dedicated Employers and Employees. Gain Knowledge and Experience.
great experience..still missing those golden days..A life in siemens will give you so many opportunities to learn a lot..if we properly use them...life will chance...