assembleur de disjoncteur (Current Employee) – Drummondville, QC – 14 October 2016
la propreté de l'entreprise est surprenante, lors d'une journée de travaille les heures passe relativement vite, par contre j'estime la gestion des employés plus au moins adéquate vue le nombre de mise a pied qui a eu lieu peu après l'embauche.
HVAC electrician (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 11 October 2016
Had good experiances with some people that worked there, however there was a massive disconnect between the very large office with alot of suit types, and the in the field blue collar guys. They will continue dumping responsibilty on you with no extra incentive or little to no chance of advancement.
Civil Field Engineer/ Quantity Surveyor (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 17 September 2016
A good place to work although I was a contract staff. Great exposure and wonderful co workers and opportunity for flexibility in assignment . An environment that enabled exposure to several other skills
Customer Service Representative/Trainer (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 23 August 2016
I've learned so much, about technology working at Siemens. Individuals who love learning new skills who are into technology... Siemens will definitely be a good feet for you! It is also a very fun place work...
Document Control Coordinator (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 19 August 2016
This is a good company to work for but it needs to be more managed by a Canadian Representative and not managed by out of country managers who are not familiar of Canada work ethics. The people are great!
Senior Counsel (Current Employee) – Oakville, ON – 14 August 2016
Good company to work for, just out of market on salary for some positions but they still offer good benefits, flex hours, and strong bonuses. There are many positives for working for Siemens that outweigh the cons.
Lots of Opportunities available IF MANAGEMENT supports you.
Senior Consultant (Former Employee) – Oakville, ON – 26 May 2016
1. Lots of Opportunities available IF MANAGEMENT supports you. 2. Planning and execution needs improvement. It has improved in the past 5 years but still long way to go. 3. Restructuring has it the Corporate Services side very hard.
But a great place if you get the right support.
Slowly getting modernized.
Planning is very confusing; Transition from Strategic to operational needs much approvement
Senior Building Automation Specialist (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 23 May 2016
I was asked by previous management to move to Winnipeg under false pretenses. Worked very hard with long hours and not always paid. Which was my choice. I thought hard work and ensuring that the job was done correctly would allow me to advance in the company and allow me to move back home to the east coast. Which was promised to me by the original Operations Manager in order for me to move out to Winnipeg. I trained myself on the Siemens equipment and engineering software because there was no senior staff to learn from. They cancelled the Siemens training courses after the original Operations Manager quit. I could not help but feel that this was done because I was brought in by that manager. I was the only staff member in Winnipeg that had training cancelled. All other staff got the training they were booked for. They fired the sales person and did not hire another. When I got the large jobs done, I was laid off. They showed no consideration for me and the sacrifice I made to move away from my family for this opportunity. Nasty people.
Learned new equipment and software. Met some nice people.