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High visibility international company that is goal focused
Marketing Communications Manager (Former Employee), Buffalo Grove, ILMay 21, 2015
The Marketing Communications job offered a lot of challenges, variety of tasks and room for growth and creativity. The experience of working with and reporting cross-functionally allowed for additional skill building and cohesive relationship building toward a common goal.
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Great place to work
Marketing Communications Specialist (Current Employee), Atlanta, GAMay 15, 2015
Healthy respect for work life balance and management trusts you to do your job and do not micro-manage. Very good company to work for.
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I like working here
Engineer Assistant (Current Employee), Indianapolis, INApril 13, 2015
I enjoy working at Siemens. I work with really good people. I like the work that I do, and I stay busy through out the day. I do a lot of data entry and printing for various co-workers.
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great work place.
Installer (Former Employee), Cypress caApril 10, 2015
Great management and great work if your in it for the long run. great career path and able to expand your knowledge. everyday something new to do and your never sitting around doing nothing.
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Very friendly environment
Assistant Engineering I, Siemens Industry (Current Employee), Richmond, VAMarch 9, 2015
I have thoroughly enjoyed my time with Siemens. The employees are friendly and always willing to lend a helping hand.

Since Siemens is such a large company there are many opportunities to travel to other branches which I found to be great experiences.
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Fun place to work
Engineering Specialist (Former Employee), Lafayette, LAFebruary 23, 2015
Pros: health care and 401 k
Cons: no problems
A typical work day was 8 am to 5 pm. Learned a lot through the years with combination of company training and on the job training. Management was good. Co-workers were great. Very friendly environment. The hardest part of the job was driving long distances everyday. The most enjoyable part was having good supervisors providing clear directions. Understanding how important is having a balance between life and work.
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I loved Working there
Accountant I/Staff Accountant (Former Employee), Novato, CAJanuary 29, 2015
Laid back environment, great benefits, lots of opportunities.
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No adavancement oppurtunities due to no projects coming in.
Manufacturing Engineering Technician (Current Employee), Alpharetta, GAJanuary 25, 2015
Pros: nice work enviroment
Cons: not much advancement oppurtunity
Nice work enviroment. Could use tweeking on management skills. Management needs to work to help everyone grow within the company and be mre understanding to people's needs.
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great people
admin (Former Employee), Lowell, MADecember 15, 2014
the company have been bought and sold 5 times in the past 25 years. Just as you know the rules, it is sold again to new owners and new rules and ways to do things
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Intense job with alot of travel.
Sr. Service Specialist (Former Employee), MSOctober 14, 2014
Pros: good benifits
Cons: travel
Start day with Dispatcher and then travel to job.
Complete work and paperwork then dispatcher again to next job.
Normal travel time was 2 - 4 hours per job.
Completed several classes on automation and fire alarm systems.
Management ok just absent most of time.
Good workers willing to help out each other.
Hardest part was being away from home on travel.
Enjoyed completing programming jobs and system online and normal.
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Very fast pace environment.
Certified Forklift Operator, Shippling/ Receiving (Former Employee), Southaven, MsSeptember 10, 2014
Very pace environment, working as a team player always successful, skilled.
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Factory work
Production Worker (Former Employee), Pomona, CASeptember 5, 2014
hard work, good pay typical factory work quite loud.air powered tools forklifts sheers etc.
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Great company.
Sr. Customer Service Coordinator (Former Employee), Houston, TxAugust 17, 2014
Pros: free lunch every month
Cons: no career advancement.
It's a great company, not too many people leave the company therefore it is hard to move up.
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Decent place to work
Field Service Tech (Former Employee), Pasadena, TXJune 7, 2014
Overtime available, good place to gain maintenance experience, plenty of maintenance needed.
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not applicable
Project Manager (Former Employee), Nashville, TNApril 3, 2014
not applicable at this time
•a typical day at work
•what you learned
•management
•your co-workers
•the hardest part of the job
•the most enjoyable part of the job
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Worst new employee experience ever!
Associate Project Manager (Current Employee), Louisville, KYMarch 2, 2014
Pros: good benefits!
Cons: horrible boss!
I love the job but the ops manager is a jerk and unfortunately, he's my boss :(

He transferred there a few years ago and everyone hates him, but it's hilarious because he thinks everyone loves him!
Oh well, greener pastures for me also.
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Good job, rewarding to help customers and solve problems
Data Entry Clerk SAP (Former Employee), Holland, MIJanuary 31, 2014
Customer interface both in person and by phone.
Co workers reluctant to share training information but quick to point out that I needed more training.
The job was pleasant and so were most people but the training issues ( only 3 days with previous job holder).
Instructed to ask certain people who were totally not willing to share information.
Most enjoyable was representing the company for their products and the interface with customers and their needs. Being able to satisfy the customer was always rewarding.
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Service Business
Field Service Engineer (Current Employee), Orlando, FLJanuary 3, 2014
One of the difficult parts of the job is the knowledge that you will probably not be advancing to another position, for two reasons.

1. If it's a manager position then don't plan on having much of a life. They work the managers hard.

2. Recognition is tough because typically there is someone else who has worked a lot of hours and it's kind of expected.

Salaried employees are a good target for working extra hours.
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Large Corporation
Operations Manager II, BAU Service (Former Employee), Hayward, CADecember 4, 2013
Pros: advancement opportunities
Cons: managed by numbers, not people
Big Fortune 500 Company. Offers plenty of opportunity for advancement
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Friendly Co -workers
Financial Analyst (Former Employee), Sacramento CAAugust 16, 2013
Pros: meeting lunches, great office supplies, and event lunches
Cons: lots of non paid overtime
Very Busy day to day attending meeting and follow up.

Never will get bored. Always will have a task to work on.

Overtime will be required.

Siemens Industry Salaries

Financial Analyst
$62,000 per year