Pros: Stable work, solid benefits, enough money to keep the lights on
Cons: OT whether or not you like it, on-call constantly, constantly asking for more production, but in less man hours, too many promises made to banks at contract negotiations, all of them unrealistic
Diebold is a solid place to work, but it will chew you up, and make you a burned out person. With the constant on-call, and contract hours that run as late as midnight, there is no home-time. If you're a technician, you will be running calls all day, and half of the night.
You will make solid money, but only because on-call pay, and OT are added. Base salary is shameful for the position, and skill-set required. Raises are hilariously withheld. Each year when raises come back around, they'll send an email saying that raises are "temporarily" frozen due to company financial constraints. This is – more... every year. A couple of months later, you'll get a celebratory email talking about the great quarter that the company is having. The raises must be going to the shareholders.
The management has unrealistic expectations. In a company-wide email, they insisted that technicians run at least one more call per day, but also added that they would like to see overtime reduced. So, they were trying to pack more work into less time, and quality of service declined.
If you're single, it is fine. If you have a family, it's not great. The older guys hang on, but will tell you stories about how Diebold was once a shining star of a company, where you stayed on for decades, and retired with a pension. Those days are long gone. Three years in, you'll want to move on. – less