Senior IT Analyst (Former Employee) – N Canton, OH – December 9, 2018
I supported, modified and altered legacy systems. I aided in the conversion of legacy system from IBM mainframe to an Oracle based systems. The hardest part of this job was managing different culture after new senior management was installed.
Incident Handler (Current Employee) – North Canton, OH – December 11, 2018
Must be proactive to business needs and not reactive to succeed in this role. Its better to always plan your day. Management in each department has its own agenda and you must follow your departments agenda to meet goals. The culture is always changing based on customer needs. You have to be fluid with your processes as goals always change monthly. If you like to be challenged for anyone that is used to doing things the same every day.
ATM Field Engineer (Former Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – December 7, 2018
Good company, poor management, some teams member are like a snake in the grass, just to move up in the company. some tech just nose around, looking other tech to screw up, just to report them, instead of help them with the issue.
Productive environment with lots of additional training tools
First line Service Technician (Former Employee) – Lanham, MD – November 29, 2018
I didn't work for Diebold Nixdorf France. I worked for Diebold Nixdorf North America. I understand them to be different entities under the same umbrella so to speak. I enjoyed the independent work environment and the abundance of tools and trainnig available to aid me in doing my job.
Senior Business Analyst (Former Employee) – N Canton, OH – November 29, 2018
Created and managed Treasury Shared Services Organization. Integration manager of treasury functions. Managed 3 direct reports and numerous dotted line reports through team activities. Successfully integrated seven companies into Diebold ranging from software, healthcare, service, fire, security, and government division to consolidate and leverage corporate resources, results saved over $2 million annually.
Senior Service Account Executive (Current Employee) – North Canton, OH – November 26, 2018
In recent years, continual restructuring and workload efficiencies not realized, as promised. Work-life balance can be a challenge based on demands and many roles continue to expand past a reasonable span of control.
Decent environment to work in. Not to hot or cold. Clean. Availability to train for different positions if motivated. Tons of overtime. Management not very good at communicating effectively. Tools available as needed. Parts available as needed. Fast paced and sometimes stressful.
perhaps the most unorganized rigid company i've worked for. Definitly not somewhere do work if you want to advance in your career at all. Very little employee improvement or learning opportunities, poor reviews, bad management. The most emjoyale part of the job were the people who I did have some fun times with, the workplace culture was very drab but not stressful. the hardest part of the job was not being able to make improvements to processes without a million people looking it over and ok'ing it even though they wern't in the weeds to decide if the improvements were helpful.
A friendly place to work, but reminds me of high schools - Clickish.
Payroll Coordinator (Former Employee) – North Canton, OH 44720 – October 31, 2018
Typical day was to go in, respond to requests from employees and/or human resources to update payroll records. Once payroll is run, typical day is to look for any errors, etc... fix, and then finalize payroll.
I learned a great deal about payroll in all 50 states, where previously I only know OH & PA. I also learned the Oracle payroll system.
Hardest part of job was the atmosphere, seemed like none of the employees trusted each others. I believe this is a leftover from prior year problems.
Most enjoyable part of job was to see that the payroll was on time and correct. Then the work started over for the next payroll.
VP Finance (Current Employee) – North Canton, OH – October 23, 2018
Diebold did an acquisition about 2 years ago and has yet to shed the costs associated with the planned integration. There is essentially two separate companies trying to co-exist with one sitting on top of a large debt obligation.
Technician (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – October 13, 2018
The management has no clue. This is a thankless job. Only told about the negative. Refuse to hire anyone. We went from 6 guys to 3, soon to be 2. I’m ready to drop dead. We cover a large area with a lot of driving yet get bitched at constantly because we dont get calls done on time. Hello. If I’m two hours away working on another call what am I supposed to do? Get me a helicopter? Used to be a great job. Now I’m just trying to survive. Management is completely disconnected.
Good pay and benefits. Company vehicle.
Nobody cares if you’re stressed to the point of death
Executive Assistant to President and CEO (Former Employee) – North Canton, OH – October 11, 2018
Diebold Nixdorf is a wonderful place to work! Employee ownership and voice, with a strong sense of purpose. Team collaboration, clear goals and objectives explicitly outlined and communicated. Flexible work hours enabling healthy work/life balance. Most enjoyable part of working there is the people!