One of the few telecom manufacturing companies left
R&D Manager (Former Employee) – Arlington Heights, IL – July 29, 2016
Nokia is a very energetic and dynamic company with a clear goal to be number one in the Networks business. Nokia is head quartered in Finland and being an international company not based in the U.S., it's primary goal has been to win major telecom carrier business in the U.S.. Nokia set this direction a few years ago and has stuck to it. Nokia is now positioned well in the U.S. with a major acquisition to achieve success. A good company to work for. Good salary, good benefits, good bonuses. If you like the new open modern office arrangement, Nokia has a great work location for you.
Great people, good salary and bonus, good benefits but downgrading
Management overseas and remote, career movement hard without relocation
Sales Intern (Former Employee) – 长沙市 – June 14, 2016
1. Prepared daily revenue and net income reports for upper management to assess progress on goals 2. Practiced the new market strategy and sales channel of company to explore new market, which increased the sales volume of product by 10% per day
I just started at Nokia as my former company fALU has been acquired recently. I worked at fALU for 18 years.
typical day --> Long hours what you learned --> work hard, always promote others in a positive light. management --> strong in most cases your co-workers --> nervous because of layoffs the hardest part --> keeping focus with constant company changes (like when ALU was bought by Nokia recently). most enjoyable - trust from management, flexibility, loving the work you do is motivating.
Great Working Environment Surrounded by Intelligent People
Technical Engineer (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – April 7, 2016
I enjoy working at HERE because I am allowed to recommend procedural and operational input on policies and procedures pertaining to new hires, data backup and encryption solutions while providing excellent customer service experience. I appreciate the team bonding events, open door policy and being able to make limitless contributions to the office.
I play a major role in facilitating information to hiring managers that help with the hiring and exiting process pertaining to user accounts and electronic equipment of all employees.
We previously operated under Medio and have been acquired twice in under two years, but I take pride in ensuring that all users adhere to new standards and try to eliminate as much confusion as possible.
The most enjoyable part of the job is working with a great bunch of intelligent people.
Team bonding events, open door policy, employee contribution is limitless
Company vision has not been clarified during the two transitions
Senior Project Manager (Current Employee) – Naperville, IL – April 7, 2016
The work here has been challenging and there have been opportunities to grow and develop skills. Colleagues are helpful and supportive. The past few years have been fraught with uncertainty and upheaval.
ACST (Former Employee) – Dublin, OH – March 14, 2016
The pay was good, the benefits were good. Typical day varied. Sometimes you were busy, sometimes not. Usually end of quarter was the busiest. Management was just a title. Most if not all questions were answered by co-workers or engineering. NO job advancement what-so-ever. Biggest thing I learned was: Do not work for a company with a contract thru a union. You will lose!
One of the best companies to work for because of the diversified and unlimited opportunity for growth and leadership.
ADVERTISING AND CREATIVE SERVICES MANAGER (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – March 9, 2016
I enjoyed my career with Nokia immensely. The global reach and experience I received and contributed to was rewarding at many levels. The teams I was able to both lead and work with from research and development to creative and launch, were exceptionally skilled and proficient. The corporate atmosphere communicated integrity.
Worked with agencies, internal research and development and marketing professionals all over the globe.
Workload was often intense with 4am and 10pm conferences and deadlines. However, the company was always great at making up for that with additional benefits.