Scheduler/Planner (Former Employee) – Springfield, MO – March 29, 2018
Coming from a culture where management treated everyone with the respect of business owners to John Deere was a culture shock to say the least. I went from being a fully functional and knowledgeable part of an organization to having to ask permission to do my job! Pitifully run in the Springfield, MO area.
Management knows all, pushes an SAP system that is NOT designed for Remanufacturing
Warranty Claims Processor & Service Advisor (Current Employee) – Bay City, TX – March 28, 2018
Long days, lots of overtime, flexible days off, OJT and some formal computer based training. Hardest part of the job is the internal stress I place upon myself, best part of the job is positive work environment, flexible hours.
Production Line Repair Technician II (Former Employee) – Fargo, ND – March 23, 2018
I worked 6a - 2p Monday to Friday. During the busy times you will be working 10-12 hour days and if really busy expect to work MANDATORY Saturday and Sunday. If it is slow, and the offer is there for you to leave early make sure you keep track of that because it does count against your attendance.
Senior Pricing Analyst, Global (Former Employee) – Moline, IL – March 19, 2018
As an innovator at the leading edge of technology and ideas, I was given free reign to put massive marks on processes and financial performance. People are gracious here. The location is 2.5 hours from Chicago and right on the Mississippi River.
John Deere is very focused on developing and retaining talented employees. They provide more than fair benefits and salary. There are many opportunities for advancement. Most managers are extremely flexible and understanding about work life balance and letting you manage your own work schedule and out of work engagements.
Senior Engineer (Current Employee) – Urbandale, IA – March 17, 2018
The pay is good and the co-workers are dedicated. Very mid-western, slightly laid-back culture, which I like. Advancement is based more on who you know than qualifications. Technical career path non-existent.