Very productive place to work. Dealing with both old issues and the new ones that come up each day.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – June 2, 2016
A typical day begins with the "to do list" from the previous day. I've learned that even when projects are closed out, old issues still pop up sometimes. Great management Great co-workers The hardest part of the job was dealing with tech that didn't report to me directly The most enjoyable part of the job was traveling to the places where project work was being conducted.
Contracts Administrator II (Current Employee) – Remote – August 14, 2016
Busy, busy, busy - love working at Siemens and my co-workers, management. Hardest part of the job is that there are not enough hours in the day. Most enjoyable is to be able to resolve unbilled Aged AR...I love resolve and the accomplishments I have made that helps Siemens reach their goals.
very productive, relax environment, lean driven culture
Senior Manufacturing Supervisor (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 13, 2016
A typical day would begin with cost analysis for production orders ensuring repair philosophy verses replacement philosophy was being followed. Also would review failure analysis history for trending and process improvements. The main focus at Dade Behring was employee involvement in continuous improvement initiatives.
flexible work schedule, good health benefits, good 401K program, good tuition reimbursement program
IT & Customer Service Manager (Former Employee) – Lake Mary, FL 32746 – July 20, 2016
Managed small business software development team for factory systems. Initiated bar code scanning for tracking product from birth to grave. Responsible for multi-million dollar software system/processes.
IT department was out-sourced in 2001 and entire department was displaced. Director of manufacturing asked that I remain and support SAP procedures. I was given the manager position for the customer service department as well.
Engineer (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – July 10, 2016
It is a good company with very stupid managers. They preach a lot about diversity and inclusion. If you are from Timbuktu you will be hired but forget about possibilities for promotions. I think that the company likes to hire people from all over the world just to be good in the books but I have been there over six years and have seen that only males from India are considered for promotions, I mean there are intelligent people in Timbuktu too!. Work is slow, so it is pretty darn boring most of the time. Not challenging.
It is OK to work there if you do not care about having a career and are content with being always doing a boring job seen that only Indian guys become managers in a blink.
Product Engineer (Current Employee) – Tarrytown, NY – July 8, 2016
great opportunity and experience to work here. work life balance still needs enhancement. High stress environment mostly driven by wild schedule expectations. Management seems interested in real change, but implementation is slow.
Sales and Marketing (Former Employee) – Angola – July 6, 2016
I express myself through interaction with others in formal or informal contexts, and I enjoy dynamic dialogues and a general discussion of ideas and different viewpoints. My constant attention to detail has made me an excellent team player.
Associate Accountant (Former Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – June 27, 2016
Process Billing, Process vouchers. I learned the functions of Accounts payable, Receivable, General ledger, Sales and Use Tax. Management was very good. I had good co-workers and we worked in team. the hades par of the job was late hours during the month and year close. Most enjoyable part was exercise room on the campus