HR (Former Employee) – not St Louis – December 13, 2016
nice people, but very political. If you have been in Emerson for 5+ years then you are "protected" and new roles and promotions are offered. If you are not then you have to survive long enough to join that group.
Not a bad place to work. limited career growth and opportunity.
Vice President of Operational Excellence (Former Employee) – Ocala, FL – November 28, 2016
Learning was an everyday event for me. I truly enjoyed working for the company and gained a lot of experience and knowledge, and was able to contribute. Lack of vision and long term strategy was management shortcoming. The people were fantastic; they were a hard working bunch and tried to do an outstanding job for the company by servicing the customer well. in my opinion, the key challenge was the volatility of customer's demand and the lack of collaboration with the customer to plan for the ups and downs in the business. Sales and Operation Planning was weak and not well supported.
I enjoyed working with people and was great to see how my contribution affected that business in the positive way.
ERP - Oracle, Data warehousing and Business Intelligence., Custom Developments, Big Data,
Sr. Global Director (Current Employee) – Kennesaw, GA – May 5, 2016
Visionary and goal-oriented IT Executive with 20+ years of experience and a demonstrated experience in planning, developing, and implementing cutting edge information solutions to address business opportunities for retail, manufacturing, Finance and service based industries. Develop strategic plans for worldwide implementation and operation of client services, product support, quality assurance, training and executing strict budgets that control addressing business goals and promoting growth. Adept at crisis management, trouble-shooting, problem-solving, and negotiating in keeping client and vendor business interest, experienced in Application Development, Packaged Implementation, Setting up Practice – Onsite and Offshore.
HR Manager (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – March 9, 2016
Fantastic people work at Emerson. Unfortunately, the culture overall is very financially driven with little focus paid to building an engaging organization. Solid product lines, and decent reputation in the market. Very slow to adapt and change to market forces (especially in employment). Solid 9-5 company. Not ideal for someone who enjoys low bureaucracy and change.
Territory Sales Manager (Former Employee) – New Jersey – February 21, 2016
I was employed at this company too long ago to recall any specific details about the job. The job included working with select Home Depot stores though out Northern New Jersey. The job included servicing several dedicated product lines in Home Depot Stores
MANUFACTURING ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) – Santa Ana, CA – November 2, 2015
Was a wonderful job for the first 26 years then went down drain after a particular new boss would yell at me in front of others, accuse me of ridiculous things, slam doors, have others in other management positions accuse me, meanwhile I did everything asked of me, my nerves where shot.. No matter which direction I took it was picked apart. I am sure there are many wonderful management there, I just had a lemon.
Electronic Test Technician (Former Employee) – Ferguson, MO – October 23, 2015
Great working environment, good pay and benefits. Plus outside activities such as a softball league, company picnics, and a campus with softball fields, walking trails, a huge pavilion and plenty of green space. I would have retired from there if my division hadn't moved to Florida.
Storage Administrator (Current Employee) – saint louis, MO – October 7, 2015
Typical work day starts at 8:30, Management is very friendly. Fun working here and I gained ton of knowledge from teammates and different projects I did. Teammates are cooperative/sharing and open to suggesions and very casual.
Floor Worker (Former Employee) – Russellville, KY – October 4, 2015
Always knew what was expected of me. I always learnt something new about the assembly line. Management was sometimes helpful. Always enjoyed working with my co-workers on the assembly line and always a positive atmosphere. The hardest part of the day was machines breaking down. The most enjoyable day was great co-workers to work with.
Retirement Pan, Dental Care, Healthcare, Equal Opportunity
Assembler and Packer (Former Employee) – Paragould, AR. – August 8, 2015
I worked on the pack line, packing washer and dryer motors and getting them ready for shipping. I also built parts for the motors. I weighed the parts after I built them to keep up with my production. I had one of the best bosses a person could have. He was nice and encouraging. My co-workers worked hard to help get the parts out. The hardest part of the job was working on the pack line. The most enjoyable part of the job is the sense of accomplishment I felt when I made production. If they hadn't closed down I would still be working there because I absolutely love it.
Material Handler/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Menominee, MI – June 3, 2015
Ability to work with variety of people to assemble a product very well known to the public(production of vacuum cleaner systems) , very hard working co-workers with good work ethics. Very good benefits for the short time I was employed there. Satisfaction of knowing I was part of a very productive day - day production.