Recruiting Coordinator November 2014 (Current Employee), Rockville, MD – June 27, 2014
Pros: tuition reimbursement & flexible work schedule
A typical day at work is fun but very busy. The most enjoyable part of the job is knowing the candidate and hiring manager had no scheduling issues and are happy. My co-workers are awesome and always willing to jump in and help. Management is always encouraging team work and training for your career.
Financial Controller (Former Employee), Flint, WLS – February 25, 2014
Pros: good career company
Cons: salary and politics
Typical big Company with "different" methods of work, especially financial, where it was accepted by the Company that to fully understand their methods and culture takes time. European management are good to work for and made genuine attempts at a work/life balance, however as always in Finance work pressure and deadlines etc results in this being hard – more... to achieve. Finance was considered essential and the Controller was a senior member of the team, who worked closely with the Factory Manager. A very Team orientated Company. The finance dept was always busy, with the only consistent being change. Development/progression was encouraged, but was dependant upon ability to relocate world wide. – less
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee), Lexington, KY – February 24, 2014
Pros: great pay
Cons: wearing earplugs all day
I worked with a great group of people. I primarily worked on one assembly line with my group, constructing electrical switches. We would alternate positions in the line every hour. I really got a great understanding of blue collar work in the short time I was with the company. The hardest part of the job was probably the monotony associated with the – more... tasks required. The most enjoyable part of the job was the people I worked with. – less
Finance (Current Employee), West Kingston, RI – February 5, 2014
Pros: benefits, work life balance
Cons: career path, team collaboration
In terms of work life balance and health benefits, Schneider Electric hits a home run. In terms of compensation, they are well below the outside market, when comparing with similar jobs to CVS, Hasbro, etc. I would recommend senior management to work on career path and development for their front line employees as well as first line managers, as there – more... is very little room for growth, unless you are extremely well connected with headquarters – less
The places i worked at i feel like a team member and joy to come to work each day.
Material Handler/Forklift Operator (Former Employee), El Paso, TX – February 5, 2014
Each day is busy and the time will go fast. I learned that each person not the same but you just have to move on and get the task done. My management is like the rest some a great but others like themselves and won't help out. My coworkers are the best they work as a team and make me laugh. The hardest part is not finishing the task on tome they gave – more... us me I like to work overtime to finish the task. I love work for supply because nationwide you always need logistic and will not be out of a job. – less
Executive Assistant, Vice President (Former Employee), LaVergne – January 30, 2014
Pros: great people, always willing to help each other. family values.
Cons: lots of org changes..positions getting eliminated.
I was fortunate to have many years with this company. For most of my years, I had fantastic leadership that was always willing to assist me is my personal development yet gave me room to grow on my own. A great work life balance and a fun inviting environment.
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee), Seneca, SC – January 29, 2014
Checking MCC's setting up drives. The co-workers were real helpful and always willing to help you learn. It was hard to Know when quiting time was because you may have to work over on any given day and the management would not let you know till the last minute and that was fine on most days i was looking for overtime but it always seem to fall when – more... i had something planned. – less