Empresa con alto grado de desarrollo empresarial mas no Personal
Jefe de Grupo (Former Employee) – Ciudad Juárez, CHH – May 1, 2014
es una Empresa que tiene una alta demanda de sus clientes por lo que no tiene problemas de desarrollo empresarial , pero hay areas en la que detienen el crecimiento ya sea porque no tienes un papel que diga que eres un Ing. o Lic. y en el cual no se requiere ya que la Experencia laboral no amerita dicho titulo, en el ambito de compañerismo era muy bueno solo que la armonia se ponia tensa por los Jefes que no permitian hacer mucha amistad ya se por interese propios de los jefes.
Teniamos un servicio medico al cual llaman gastos medicos mayores
Territory Sales Manager (Former Employee) – San Francisco Bay Area, CA – January 13, 2017
This is a company that doesn't pay that much but expects a lot. You are expected to drive a huge van with tools in the back to do daily demos. It gets old fast and the opportunities for advancement are very rare.
Human Resource point Leader/Time keeper /Assembler (Former Employee) – Charleston, SC – December 15, 2016
My tenure at Bosch I received more training than expected and I was indeed thankful. All of my bosses were family oriented and at the same time we all got the work done together. I left due to work force reduction.
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Romeoville,IL – December 12, 2016
A normal day of work there is same customer and many different orders that are never the same. The people working there are easy to get along with and helpfully. Management need to get better at communicate what really is important what is not.
Mold Operator and Assembly operator (Former Employee) – Albion, IN – December 12, 2016
On a daily basis, I would go into work at Bosch and would always have a good day. Most of the time work was fast paced and demanding for product to meet deadline. I learned how to use different tools such as the utility knife, automatic hand held screw gun, and hand truck. Management was always great to me. If I ever had any issue or thought on how to make a job easier, I could always count on them to hear me out. My co-workers were of much different cultures and each individual unique in their own ways. The hardest part of my job was when a mold press would go down and the day would then go slower. I would have to find something to keep me busy. The most enjoyable part of my job was getting to know different types of people, and ways to build different parts of the fans in cars.
OFFICE COORDINATOR (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 5, 2016
I've been working temporary at Bosch for almost 2 years. It is a great place to work with great opportunities for growth. The management at this company is amazing. They are always open to innovation and improvements. They are definitely willing to hear new ideas and to implement them; no matter what level you are. I would highly recommend seeking employment with this company.
Excellent working conditions,good pay, and typical benefits.
Transportation Manager (Former Employee) – Saint Joseph, MI – November 30, 2016
My position required leadership skills to direct the work force towards company goals. This included on time deliveries, customer interaction, and diplomacy. Other responsibilities included training of workers, both salary and hourly, and safety. It was a pleasure to work with, on the most part, professional people in their fields of expertise. This created a high expectation that the team would achieve daily and long range goals. I earned the respect from all levels of management.
Great work environment, interesting work, and great people
Sr. Engineering Technician (Current Employee) – Farmington Hills, MI – November 19, 2016
Bosch is a non-profit organization, which means it's not publically traded and there are no share holders. It's a very diverse company, as well as the largest automotive supplier in the world. Bosch treats its employees well and there are many opportunities, especially for those with 4yr degrees.
Compensation, ability to telecommunicate, benefits
Large company (red tape), sometimes management orveracts to market conditions
Picker (Former Employee) – West Memphis, AR – October 14, 2016
I didn't quite like the environment. We have a certain time to get a lunch break or a mini break by the time we eat lunch you're almost late to complete your shift. The warehouse is extremely huge and you have to almost run to get to the front of the warehouse. But then there is that one thing that you cannot do and that is run.