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What advice would you give the CEO of Siemens AG about how to improve it?


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Listen to voice and advice of your people.


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Treat your employees with respect and dignity.

Answered - Engineer (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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I would tell the CEO to tour the companies more an talk more to to the employees about the jobs and what they think about the company.

Answered - Electro-Mechanical Assembler (Current Employee) - Brookfield, CT

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Consistent , short training for effective interrelationship and communication between, staffs, that will enhance respect for each others background, opinions and culture.

Answered - Field Technician (Former Employee) - Wendell, NC

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Realize that the employees are working endless hours to keep up with the demands.

Answered - Sr Financial Analyst (Current Employee) - Iselin, NJ

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Have your people clean there work space offen

Answered - Plastic mold trimer (Former Employee) - Ontario

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Stay focus on customers, employees and overall business competition

Answered - Supervisor (Former Employee) - Lake Mary, FL

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To focus more on how managers could make their people more happy to work with SIEMENS, and not to be always with no sense pushing and compliance .

Answered - TAS (Former Employee) - PR

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I would say other divisions have somewhat of a schedule, but the FSP side has no schedule. I know there can be a schedule subject to change. But as always we are left in the dark.

Answered - Field Service Technician (Current Employee) - Deer Park, TX

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Act as though you understand how the American and German cultures are fundamentally different.

Answered - Sr Software Technician (Former Employee) - Spring House, PA

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