For me go to work it's a pleasure since I worked at Siemens. It's such a nice enterprise .Everyday I learn something new to improve my professional performance and my logistics skills. The people who I work are very professional and work as team.
High Frequency Design Intern (Former Employee) – Peterborough, ON – 16 January 2019
I was treated fairly and work as an intern at one of their locations. My immediate supervisor and manager were very nice and helpful. I would work for them again. I can not speak for all locations but the one I worked at was great
FIELD SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – British Columbia – 30 December 2018
Once they have decided you are no longer needed, you are gone. I was reorganized out of my former job there. In field service, there is no path for advancement. They keep you in your place until you are no longer needed. The only real bright spot is the money is very good while you are employed.
Project Assistant (Former Employee) – Manitoba – 9 December 2018
Siemens AG hires internationally thus communication becomes vital to working within a work group that speaks multiple languages, has several difficult cultures and has one common goal - job completion. Management lead by example and work closely to complete job tasks. Technology is very important and continued education is expected to keep on top of industry standards and advancements. Overall, great to work with and gain experience from.
Exposure to different languages and work processes.
Payroll needs improvement and better explanations for new hire processes.
QA Tester (Former Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 17 November 2018
I don't know if this is Siemens's fault or not but they have acquired a company called "Medicalis" and the entire review points towards Medicalis only. I have never seen a worst work culture anywhere till now. There is heaps of micromanagement. The co-op employees behave very inappropriately and disrespectfully with other senior employees and it is tolerated for no good reason. Manager has no foresight and barely manages to stay in the job. Critical bugs found in the product are disregarded easily. This makes the job of a QA easily replaceable and provides no satisfaction to the employee. Fresh initiatives from the employees are discouraged by firing those employees straight away.
Management is embarrassingly backward and does not recognize true talent, They need "yes" persons thats all
Quality Assurance Security and HSE Specialist (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 9 November 2018
Most days were spent training employees, managing the HSE and QA and Security portfolios, meeting with the CEO and upper management to ensure they were up to speed with the HSE Management Systems, Managed OIS and RTW , and all WCB files and also was the contact for all contractor management internally and externally;
2 year electrician (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 27 October 2018
I was doing low voltage controls with siemens. It was an experience I would like to get back into. low voltage controls is now my favorite electrical job. they have much room for job expansion with siemens.