Intern (Former Employee) – Pakistan – 27 January 2018
It was my very first experience on field and it was amazing overall. Regular 9-5 working hours but learned something new every week especially when taken onsite to test equipment before commissioning . Had to submitted a report to my supervisor every week. Was mostly based on self-learning but people round me were helpful. Hardest part would be staying self-motivated to do more research about the equipment installed onsite and how its connected all together. Overall, I grew to further admire my passion for the field of power development .
System Integrator (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 18 November 2017
This company has many issues, management does whatever they want even if it goes against the director's instructions (so much manager or group in-fighting). If you are a member of the LGBT community they will somehow find out and make your life miserable. This company was so much better before Schneider Electric purchased them.
A few people are friendly.
Diversity is ridiculed. Low pay, huge expectations.
Warehouse Lead - Receiver (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 13 November 2017
Schneider electric was a fun, organized place to work. i really enjoyed the people and the lean manufacturing culture. unfortunately my hard work didn't seem to sway management in giving me a full time contract. this was the same reason a few people were leaving around the same time.
great culture, forward thinking, lean, supportive environemnt
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 22 October 2017
The company having very good work culture and work environment So i enjoy working here. The work starts at 7 am and end at 3.30 pm. All the mangers and supervisers are very supportive and are very help ful.
It was an excellent opportunity to have my coop placement in a productive, supportive, well organized company like Schneider Electric. I had to review, compare and reorganize data in new MS Excel workbook. The amount of data was big. I manged the assigned tasks and delivered on time. I had an excellent feedback from my manger .
SUPPLY CHAIN PROJECT MANAGER (Former Employee) – victoria, bc – 31 August 2017
I typical day at work is getting to work by about 8:30am. no one else showing up unless they have a meeting till about 9:30 am. We work mostly with france and the east coast so that we only book meetings during cross over times.
You spend a lot of time on the phone. Talking to other people in other countries
Sales Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 22 August 2017
major changes in management and culture has turned the best place to work to the worst place in the matter of 3 years. There is no more loyalty left here and no appreciation for the employees efforts. Everyone is expendable. Too many personal agendas by senior management are allowed to take place at the expense of the workers