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Early start for 12 hour days, both day and night shiftsArduous workRewarding workGood learning opportunities but low job progression chanceLow work-life balanceGood company at higher level, not so good lower down the chain
Long hours, favouritism
The Norcross branch of Siemens II is a great place to work. The people here work hard, and management is friendly and fair. My only issue with this location is that the summers are too hot and humid!
I was working as a Engineering Technician on a 5 month contract.I found the work to be interesting with room to grow. I worked in the Research and Development group and I got along great with my group. At the end of the contract, I was told that although they wanted to hire me permanently but they were being offered publicly and they had to freeze their assets until April.
My coworkers were great to work and the commute from my house was under 5 minutes.
temporary position, low pay, no vacation time, no sick time
Wind Energy Management were/are HIGHLY incompetent! Sending emails and setting ludicrous bench marks - they brought nothing else to the table. They add no value to the company as 90% of them have absolutely no idea what 's involved in day to operation of a wind turbine, let alone a complete wind farm!
Wind Turbines are a very exciting yet dangerous and challenging platform. Production is never consistent like you would see in a coal, or nuclear power plant. With that said, the issues that I am sent to resolve are slightly different every time. Siemens Wind Power has allowed me to expand my knowledge tremendously on electrical, mechanical and hydraulic systems with the On the Job Training as well as the first class workshops they provide. I have to give SWP employees a number one rating on our safety culture. Everyone looks out for each other, making sure that we can go home each and every night safely. I have been given great opportunities during my time with Siemens to travel the country and various parts of the world working on these wind turbines.
work life balance
It is a friendly atmosphere to work in and the company cares about its employees. The hardest part of the job is the shifts which if you are included at the weekend can affect your work life balance.
flex shift patterns
Siemens is a very large company. There is a lot of bureaucracy, rules, regulations and processes. Siemens cares about customers. They are not entrepreneurial. They are starting to learn but being Entrepreneurial not something that Siemens does as its first impulse Siemens sometimes has a "Siemens is Best" attitude. They can learn from the Market but it takes time. You must be patient. The good of "big" are resources. You will have what you need to do the job IF your Manager is not focused on "Cost Cutting". Siemens traditionally has worked on developing their people. They devote a lot of time for training and growth. They are NOT Google though.... they've been here 160 years and do things the Siemens Way. Hardest part of the job - "One Size Fits" all software and policies. Sometimes polices are not well thought out and can cause a lot of grief. Best part of the job - Siemens probably can get the job done. You don't feel like you are "on your own" when you embark on a project.
Global Reach. They take care of their people. Siemens is not prone to hair trigger layoffs
Bureaucracy, Top Down Innovation, Processes that are not always well thought out, Some folks take advantage of the bureacracy to slack. The pay is mediocre.
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