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A fine company
Consultant II (Current Employee), Indianapolis, INSeptember 2, 2014
Seemed to have a lot of 1099 employees. No bench time.

Competitive pay. Expect long hours on big projects.
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Very High Pace
Principal Software Development Engineer (Current Employee), Houston, TXJuly 24, 2014
Pros: work from home
Cons: too many releases
3 month PSI cycle that includes a BETA and Audit before release. Release every PSI. 2 week sprints. Hot fixes supported for previous releases also.
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fun exiting workplace
Contract Engineer (Former Employee), Smyrna, TNJune 30, 2014
Pros: great people to work with.
Cons: no advancement/ disconect between management and workers
great place to start off and learn. good people to show you how industry works.
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At Schneider-Electric projects are interesting and challenging and local management is highly supportive.
SQA Test Engineer (Current Employee), North Andover, MAApril 12, 2014
Pros: free and numerous types of keurig coffee and tea.
Cons: part of a global conglomerate that shapes a lot of the policies
At Schneider-Electric projects are interesting and challenging. Local management and co-workers are highly supportive.
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Productive work, good place to work.
EH&Safety Coordinator (Current Employee), Chino, CaliforniaFebruary 6, 2014
Overall good place to work. Managers and co-workers are very good to work with. Schneider takes careof their employees.
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Technical Development Program
Technical Support Engineer I (Current Employee), West Kingston, RIMarch 28, 2013
Pros: co-workers are enjoyable
Cons: no actual career development. they don't seem to want you to migrate outside of the call center.
The job is rather typical of a call center. You spend all day taking calls from the queue and helping out customers as they come along. A lot of the job is really just keeping constant contact with customers and other employees.

It can be high stress and low reward, but most of the people you work with are very enjoyable. The job is not an amazing – more... gig by any means, but it is definitely made up for by the people in the office.

My only issue with the job is that they advertise it as a technical development program. There is little to no actual development for people in the tech role unless you plan on becoming an manager or want to stay in the phone support role. This is not the place to be if you are looking for a good place to get your feet wet as an engineer. – less
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Great place to work, love the people & the business.
Director of Engineering - CPE Special projects (Current Employee), Clovis, CAOctober 1, 2012
Pros: its been a learning experience on a grand scale.
Cons: reduction in workforce, due to many changes in direction or goals.
- My experience is over a 20 year period and Pelco to Schneider-Electric change has been extremely exciting w/ grand challanges.

We have had many wins in the last 20 years and the business perspective has changed w/ many challenges to meet, learn from and grow.

The customer base has changed in many ways and the customer still requires product quality, – more... reliability, delivery on time, w/ a cost value added, in the form of support and price. – less