Purchasing/ Receiving/Shipping (Former Employee) – Ashburn, Va – October 24, 2014
Each day had it's ups and downs, Plans were not always meet in the order for which they were planned due to working for so many people. I was the central hub for which each the departments used for whatever it was they may need. Emails were read and replied to with answers, explanations or support. Reports were raised for shipping and picking Purchase Requisitions were reviewed and processed for orders. Materials were received through Shippers such as UPS, Fed Ex, and DHL as well as other logistic providers. Materials and parts were distributed in a timely manner Shipment were processed for this Global Organization
Final Inspector (Former Employee) – West Plains, MO – July 26, 2017
Was a very repetitive job, had to be quick with your hands & very accurate. Required some heavy lifting. Worked around lots of chemicals and sharp materials had to pay very close attention & always accurately use the safety equipment required.
Principal Site Service Engineer responisble (Former Employee) – Middleburg Heights, OH – July 13, 2017
Invensys is a good company, but they are hampered by not having updated the Foxboro control system interface. This is limiting their sales. If they update the software interface they will have a viable product in this market.
Project Coordinator (Current Employee) – Foxborough, MA – May 30, 2017
Schneider-electric is such a stressful place to work. It seems like there are layoffs every month and people are overworked with no compensation. Before Schneider-electric bought Invensys it was awesome and they always recognized what you did and showed appreciation. After Inverses got bought by Schneider it seems like there must be greedy individuals on the top floor who are making laying off people and tossing work to others for less or no pay. Horrible.
Bought out by Schneider Electric. Good employee centric company. They will try to undercut you on salary to save a buck. Some of the leaders are really great, others have no business in a leadership position. It's hit or miss.
Director - Communications (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – April 13, 2017
Everyone works in their own closed offices. There is little to no collaboration or teamwork. Employees are given direction for their task effectively but no concept of the overall vision for the company. Most leaders are poor communicators there. Lots of backstabbing and waiting for leaders to be removed so others can fill in their positions. The people doing most of the work get little credit.
OEM Key Account Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 26, 2017
A wonderful company and culture and management organization that provided me opportunities for my professional growth and career advancements. Was able to create and develop programs and lead in product development initiatives.
Director Nuclear Projects (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – December 18, 2016
Staff overworked to recover poor contracts written to increase balance sheet prior to sale of organizations. Most of the staff was part of a RIF as soon as the project was ending because the business model wasn't sustainable.