Processor (Former Employee) – Columbia, MO – May 17, 2018
Great place to work for with excellent schedule and benefits. Great people to work with as well. You not only get paid weekly, but the days of the week is awesome! You always work 6 hours on Friday, so you still have a weekend.
Assembly Technician III / QC Inspector (Former Employee) – Seneca, SC – May 16, 2018
Schneider Electric is a challenging place to work and succeed. Enjoyed doing my part to get the mission objective completed. Associates were recognized for their achievements. A good atmosphere for everyone.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – El Paso, TX – May 14, 2018
It was fun and normal workflow i quickly learned a lot of things there but i felt i could do more. Management within my area was kinda upsetting to me because i would always want to help out more to do things more efficiently and faster but people would like to take their time and would have to work twice as hard to reach an objective hardest part was dealing with people that really did not want to be there or to my standards were at a lower working level. i enjoyed working there because i could see myself understanding more and more how the system worked there but its kinda hard when your management doesn't see that your the kind of employee they need.
Field Engineer (Former Employee) – Oklahoma – May 5, 2018
The job was amazing. Always the hero who shows up. Pay we good, benefits, everything. Would enjoy working in this field again. It brings the challenge of technical work combined with the freedom of field engineering
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Massachusetts – May 1, 2018
I had the unfortunate opportunity to work here. Excellent pay but they needed me 24/7. Not set up for work life balance or even a decent work space in the office. The company culture from higher ups is money money money, not how are our employees doing and do they have a place to sit? Not much respect. Glad I'm not there any longer.
Middle Management (Former Employee) – West Kingston, RI – April 27, 2018
Everything and just about every department is outsourced. If your not comfortable in an outsourcing environment and the issues that are associated with an outsourced environment, then you should move on.
Everything is outsourced. High Management turnover
Manager (Current Employee) – Texas – April 26, 2018
Very stressful environment. Very disorganized. Too many changes with upper management that creates instability with all cross functional teams. Recent acquisitions and the inability of upper management to properly intergrade the new companies has led to poorly organized departments.
Industrialization Engineer (Former Employee) – Leesport, PA – April 23, 2018
The people there are good to work with--they are friendly, professional, and cooperative. It is easy to talk to people there on all levels. There is a strong emphasis on safety and continuing improvement.
CSE (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – April 23, 2018
Poor upper management skills and attitudes are the prime contributing factor to the stressful and unpleasant working conditions at Schneider Electric. The recent acquisitions and the inability of upper management to constructively integrate the new companies has led to a poorly organized and internally competitive workplace. This is compounded by the frequent replacement of the senior management which leads to a nonstop rearrangement of responsibilities, product grouping and market direction. This is a good place to learn what not to do as a manager.