Software Development Engineer (Current Employee) – Ashburn, VA – January 25, 2014
US government contractor...Tier 2 support Network/Software Engineer, great co worker, great work conditions and staff management and engineering team. Nothing really hard and just freedom and lost of hard work and fun.
SENIOR TECHNICAL PROGRAM MANAGER (Former Employee) – Naperville, IL – May 25, 2017
Company was good for growth and exposure, but as more responsibility came I was left in the same title with eth same pay and told I was young in the company and no need to rush to get a raise. Taught me a lot about working ways of corporate America.
Senior Program Manager (Former Employee) – Murray Hill, NJ – May 23, 2017
Nokia was a good environment to work within from an internal workplace culture standpoint. However, the Telecom industry in general was one of "very fast" or "very slow" paced - never balanced. It made balancing your work and personal life difficult at times.
After being informed that the department would not be impacted adversely by Alcatel-Lucent buy out by NOKIA I was informed few months later that my job junction was no longer required and that I would be disconnected from network end of day.
Management Supervisor (Current Employee) – NJ – May 13, 2017
very long hours for people wants to get things done, but for people who doesn't care much (up to 40% in a group) could take time off almost every other week which is acceptable by European Nokia management
Very Complicated Organizational Structure and Processes
Vice-President Applications & Analytics (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 4, 2017
Company is built / managed to control costs not to grow the business. Multiple overlays in the Organizational Structure. Focus on costs is moving most R&D offshore and importing Engineers from low-cost countries.
Customer Service Officer (Former Employee) – Wheelock – April 24, 2017
United and fun team to work with. Great and positive manager to start off the day. Nice backend team to cooperate. Nice environment and culture. Recommended for fresh grads to start off in the customer service line
ELECTONICS TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – April 20, 2017
This company began my career as an electronics technician but also allowed me to move on to the computer technology industry and I truly appreciated the time spent there although the company went through some layoffs and I was a part of it due to seniority but other than that would have loved to continue working for them to this day.
This is a global company with an organization structure sub-divided into divisions and business units. The Raleigh location has culturally diverse employees with a wide range of experience and expertise.
Since Nokia took over Alcatel Lucent, the day to day level of stress and job turn around was terrible. My managers were wonderful and understanding but the corporation as a whole had no value for their employees and would lay off whole organizations in a single day.
Application Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – April 11, 2017
Interact with local and international coworkers working to resolve issues. Learned how to work with the different cultures. Management was very encouraging to continue working on our education and family life. The hardest part was the early morning conference calls, generally 6:00am.