Great company if you are in Germany.
The pros for ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions were friendly co-workers, 6 weeks of vacation to start and every other Friday was off. The biggest con was TKIS itself. They were trying to start a US engineering office but lacked a sales team to win contracts (kind of important when designing multi-billion dollar projects), did not have the engineering tools to complete projects, and upper management did not consider the costs of running project in the US. Basically they hired on a ton of engineers, designers, drafters, construction management, and support staff in the US and would send the work to Germany because they had trained staff with the appropriate tools to execute a project there, or send it to Russia or Mexico because they were cheaper. TKIS basically hired a bunch of personnel, had them try to set up an engineering firm, and then lay them all off within a 2 year period.