Senior Systems Manager/Senior Systems Engineer (Current Employee) – Piscataway, NJ – March 31, 2018
Ericsson is always laying off in US and moving work overseas. The colleagues are very cooperative and work together to solve complex problems. People are dedicated, hard working, talented, innovative and very smart.
Company does not care about people in US due to perceived high cost
RBS Field Engineer RTU2 Verveba Telecom (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 28, 2018
I was a contactor for Ericsson, I worked directly with my lead and the Ericsson IM. I installed and integrated Ericsson equipment in AT&T and Verizon cell sites. I am currently still contracted through Ericsson with a company. I am looking to continue grow in my craft and advance..
Site Acquisition Specialist (Current Employee) – Pleasanton, CA – March 26, 2018
The emergence of full mobile Internet began a period of growth for the global telecom industry, including Ericsson. After the launch of 3G services during 2003, people started to access the Internet using their telephones.
Ericsson’s position as a supplier of GSM equipment to many major operators, and its pioneering role in the emerging 3G standards and associated technology, placed it at the forefront of many of the changes to come. The cutbacks that followed 10 consecutive quarters of losses meant the company could return to profit in Q3 2003, and begin to grow again.
Implementation Manager II (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 20, 2018
coordinated various teams on Ericsson side as well as client teams to launch new cellular sites. worked at client location, connecting to Ericsson systems by WAN. culture was fast-paced and required multi-tasking to accomplish goals.
I enjoyed my time at Ericsson. Learning was at a high level.
Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – March 15, 2018
After Ericsson purchased Nortel I immediately became a Ericsson employee. The technology was diversified and I received valuable training to enrich my telephony knowledge. As the Sprint employees entered the Ericsson environment, the attitude of management seemed to change from friendly to aggressive which began to drive a wedge between former Sprint employees and former Nortel employees.
Great pay and insurance.
Highest paid employees seemed to be the first to be laid off.