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.
Director, Product Management, Product Engineering (Former Employee) – Westford, MA 01886 – August 10, 2017
I enjoyed working for Alcatel-Lucent. I started with Western Electric and continued through the transition to AT&T, Lucent, Alcatel Lucent. The work was interesting and having a global group brought challenges and new experiences. Overall it was a very positive experience.
I worked for the brand activation company- Nokia was the client
ACCOUNT DIRECTOR (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – August 10, 2017
great client, super agency, some travel involved I loved the problem solving and was able to carry it into other aspects of the group to help out. Agency cut back on its relationship with Nokia and I was laid off.
Engineer (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – August 9, 2017
Irving Texas Facility - not a big fan of working there. Meeting quality, function or requirements took a back seat to product aesthetics and cost. Management really does not listen to issues that a product has.
Nokia does not know who they have working for them. They laid off the best in class designers from Bell Labs and are keeping the inexperienced people because of cost.
Murray Hill Facility - A very nice place to work. Still has the Bell Labs mentality but Nokia will change that soon.
Field Manager (Former Employee) – Remote – August 8, 2017
Great place while working there. I was able to learn how to manage warehouses with the orders that came through them. I was also able to learn new systems including Oracle and was able to get more educated with SAP system. Hardest part was having so many people training you and then trying to put it all together to make sense in your mind.
Alkatel Nokia islamabad is best place to work for fresh graduates.
Internship (Former Employee) – Capital Territory – August 7, 2017
I learned knowledge about networking, management and office work regulation. workplace culture was very relax but hardest part of the job was when a router was to be configured again and again. i enjoyed break time specially because of great food items.
lunch at very low cost, laptop, air conditioned office
as i served only one month there so i didn't saw any inaccuracy.
Test Engineer (Former Employee) – Murray Hill, NJ – August 3, 2017
good place to work if you can survive the downsizing. Great campus. well kept. People are friendly and helpful. lots of work and a good variety of jobs to choose from. good training schedule and benefits are good as well.
Line Lead (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – July 17, 2017
Busy, stocking lines for parts, taking inventory. Management was great to work with. Benefits were the best part of the job. Nothing was hard. assembly line was fast paced. as a line lead I was over 24 people and ordered parts for the line.
Field Manager (Former Employee) – Indonesia – July 15, 2017
I do not know the HR program very well, and the career path was no info at all. The management seemed to save their on spot than thinking of their subordinates. I got early pension because of this situation.
Head of Business Management & Ops / Chief of Staff (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – July 14, 2017
Very people-centered company. Values the environment and empathy as main core values. Good bonus potential, fair and clear guidelines. Keep in mind my review is before the Microsoft acquisition, but I would believe that the remaining Nokia company entities in the United States are still very good.
Employee oriented company with dyanamic technology
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – July 6, 2017
A typical day at work involved calendar management, travel coordination, book meetings. I learned a great deal about onboarding. Management sat right next to their employees and were easily accessible.
OSS Engineer (Former Employee) – Bogota, col – July 5, 2017
It was very short but one of the best work experiences, the deal is very professional, Nokia is a company that thinks a lot about its employees. In the time I was in I learned a lot of the different tools that are available to all employees to solve problems. Nokia has a very complete knowledge database.