Productive Copmany with strong emphasis on Customer centricity
PROCUREMENT LEAD (Current Employee) – Hyderabad , Andhra Pradesh , India – 5 August 2017
Its a customer Centricity driven company , Management is strong and a great place to work for . It promotes diversity strongly and has presence globally . It has been rated a s Hewitt Best Employer award for 2017
Technician / Inventory control / Lead hand (Current Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 14 July 2017
I have been with Schneider for nearly 3 years on contract working on a R&D project to develop 1500kva PV invertor for the solar industry. Great job experience only down side is once developed product moves to India factory and I become un employed
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Brossard, QC – 11 July 2017
I had the opportunity to practice my job for few years there and it was the only cool thing. The company has unionized workforce and almost none of the holds a a Secondary V degree, or any technical degree, so either you bend to their arrogance and their poor work skills knowledge or they shun you out.
Same goes for the office workers, do not try to chance anything cause quite soon they will show you the door.They are in charge,they know better that you and they will let you know
One good thing salary but search elsewhere for equal
Closed unionised mentality, if you are a friend of the right persons you will work less and get more, top down managment of "im the boss here and you are my asset"
Toxic corporate culture breeds employee dissatisfaction on wide scale
Field Service Engineer (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 7 May 2017
A typical day at work is 10-15% engineering related. The rest of the time you're busy navigating the complicated bureaucracies and roadblocks imposed by inept managers, directors and VPs and as well as "dodging bullets". The company has a large overhead due to bloated management. Management is very inexperienced on a technical level. Company excels at purchasing other companies, destroying their businesses and ruining their product lines. Only hope for promotion is to be a french sycophant (no other skills necessary).
Contract Specialist (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 16 April 2017
Terrible company culture. Very few people in this office are friendly. Young workforce and everyone is out for themselves. Advancement opportunities are based on who you know in the company, not on what you know. Focus on customer satisfaction, which is great except that the company forgets that in order to have employees who motivate customers, the employees must be motivated as well.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 11 April 2017
Schneider pushes for having a work life balance allowing for an open schedule within the group. As well as a global company it has many opportunities to collaborate with the company and with the city you are located.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 10 April 2017
Doing the work of 3 people, reactive not proactive Learned to prioritize Management were understanding but not able to reduce workload The workplace culture varied from department, but it was overall quite friendly. Getting everything done in a day was difficult had to get in early and leave late, often in the office on my own. Travel to Toronto for team meetings, and across the country for project work provided relief from sitting at the desk for 8 hours straight.
All has no order, no procedures for nothing. Third world HR policies. Lots of bad back stabbing policies. No career plan, they are firing a lot of people all over Canada. They bend the HR law. Worst place to put a foot ever. No salary increases. The CEO is a people killer
Good company to learn old software and workhard without any reward
Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 March 2017
I have worked more than a year. Company is not organized. Lot of source for the same data but different result. No rewards for the hard work you do. Due to business is down in past few year they are laying off lot of people.