Siemens Healthineers
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Great company with first class training but not much recognition of hard work

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A great company to work for but some people get away with doing the bare minimum whilst you continue to work hard. Senior management reward hard work with promises of promotion that don’t always come true.


First class training, remote work


Poor pay, only 3 pay bands and then annual 2%
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5 stars

What is the best part of working at the company?Siemens is a great company to work for. They give you all the tools to learn and as you learn be productive. Training is top notch and the instructors are experts in their field. The company is diverse and always growing. I am proud to say, “I am a Siemens-Healthineer”. What is the most stressful part about working at the company?The work load can be overwhelming at first. But, good management and a solid team, help build an easier work flow. What is the work environment and culture like at the company?It is open minded and all matter. They invite new ideas and reward for them as well. What is a typical day like for you at the company?A lot of learning, training and hands on work.
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  • Ability to meet personal goals
  • Feeling of personal appreciation
  • Clear sense of purpose
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  • Sense of belonging
  • Support from manager
  • Trust in colleagues

Great place

Great place to work. Strong leadership and excellent portfolio. Lots of opportunities for advancement if you work hard and have a good attitude.
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Challenging and rewarding

Working for Siemens is a great experience. Lots of room for advancement. You gain valuable experience and there are always opportunities to develop. There are many entities within Siemens so there is always room to grow.
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Bad company, stingy

Application for this company is a very lengthy process, they have very uneducated recruiters who don’t know how to handle simply interview, company is very stingy when it comes to pay, just little over minimum wage, just don’t apply, they constantly advertise because can’t find employees working for such low pay.


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Great environment, decent compensation, average potential to learn

It’s a great company and role to start off with. Decent compensation and benefits. But if you are in to learn something, you have to be on your feet and volunteer. Easy to stagnate.
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Was a good place to start

Enjoyed working here for the time I was there, but didn't stay long. Was a contractor, salary was competitive. Enjoyed the work but it wasn't terribly stimulating overall. Good experience though.


Well stocked lab, good support
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Customer Care Center is stressful

Most positions for customer service, are not usually direct hires. Training is crammed into 2-3 weeks and is all conducted via power point, rather than hands-on. Once you pass the training, you are assigned to a mentor and you start shadowing. Initially, most new hires are extremely confused by the process and then will start working and learning as you go. This creates frustration amongst everyone involved and there is constant pressure to meet service levels, and frequent turnover amongst team members. You sit for hours, with infrequent breaks and one hour for lunch at set times.


Treats on occasion


Clique culture
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Ehh, unorganized and falling apart

Enter at your own risk. The training is hollow, the work is overwhelming, and the leadership is learning along with the team. Vague directions and the workdays are stressful.
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Decent overall compensation package but a lack of work/life balance

A serious lack of communication and organization from facility management. Little to no room for advancement. Consistent expectation of overtime, which creates a lack of work/life balance.
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Terrible training. With very shady upper management who will lie to you. I don't think the company's that bad but don't work in the warehouse. People are terrible
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Great place to work for!

Good culture, good benefits, good compensation, good work life balance, many opportunities to move sideways and upwards across many modalities (e.g. imaging, diagnostics).
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Horrible leadership in sales

The leadership has been left alone to do whatever they want with the employees. Harassing them when they do not agree with how they proceed. Toxic work environment within co-workers due to horrible leadership skills. This is in Puerto Rico!
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OK work place.

This place is ok to work for if you like working with hardware and computer. It going to be a learning curve if the technology is something you are not interested in.
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Needs to improve in there hiring process

Siemens Healthineers just lacks the necessary skills etc to make potential employees feel valued. There lackadaisical approach to onboarding new people just make you feel like a temporary fixture.
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Great place to gain experience. Limited growth potential

Siemens is a great place to gain experience in the medical device field. I worked in a manufacturing lab and it did feel like the potential to grow beyond the job was limited. You could move around to different areas but the promotion/growth structure is very regimented. I felt that they do a good job of letting new hires get hands-on experience to be able to quickly learn. However, once you are able to do the job, it can feel like the amount you learn or feel challenged levels off. The experience you gain is very in-demand and will help you get other jobs if you like the manufacturing environment. The pay was not great but I found the benefits to be very good. I loved the people I worked with. It felt like there was a strong team dynamic within the group i worked and everybody was very collaborative and helpful.


Great, hands-on experience, team environment


Low pay, not much room for advancement.
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Too many reorganizations

Too many reorganizations, otherwise fun and innovative environment. Benefits are ok. High quality products, strictly following quality and process standards. Personal growth depends on individual management and luck.
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Toxic political nightmare

This would be a wonderful pace if not for management. The politics are staggering the meetings held to have meetings the personnel cuts while management gets promoted and their friends in turn do to. Everyone has an ego and causes an unproductive toxic work environment. Fingers are pointed in every direction but the real issues and ownership is a foreign concept.


Job stability


Politics. Toxic management, promotions based on who you know not on how you do
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Poor Management leadership

Managers don't trust on production floor employees, and administrative workers look like they have more privileges than production floor workers. Manager use Time clock in / clock out to check production floor workers.


Siemens is a great company


Except Flanders
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Mostly good people, but a few very bad Managers ruin it for everyone! Very stuffy environment!

They have terrible management in the maintenance department. The Facilities Manager is very under qualified & forces contractors to work on his own house!
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Good place to start but not spend an entire career.

The good is I have been employed during the entire pandemic. I have been able to work on different things but most of the work comes from outside of my department. There’s no career development and path with growth. The teams are lean so it’s hard to grow when you’re doing everything from admin to managerial work. Of course this has been a good experience but I’m not learning new things. Others teams give me projects that that are different. But the down side is that it’s on top of my regular work. There’s also no boundaries between working hours and personal time. Culture is a work in progress but can’t tell if it’s real or just because it’s popular now.No regrets. I learned a lot at first but not at the first year.


Flexible hours


Management does not know how to speak to people.
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Based on 294 reviews

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3.6 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.7 out of 5 stars for Compensation/Benefits
3.3 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3.2 out of 5 stars for Management
3.5 out of 5 stars for Culture

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