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Good company culture
Electrical Designer (Former Employee) –  Burlington, ON10 January 2019
Big company, a lot to learn. many opportunities inside. cutting positions, less stable now. nice working environment, multi-culture, recommend to work
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Produktiver Arbeitsort
Applications Engineer (Former Employee) –  London, Ontario, Canada5 January 2019
Ein sehr gute Arneitsplatz
Entwicklungszentrum für Gleichstrommotoren in NA
Viele Möglichkeiten zur beruflichen Weiterentwicklung
Sehr gute Arbeitskultur
Pros
Faire Behandlung, gute Vorteile
Cons
Keine
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3.0
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No Job Security
FIELD SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) –  British Columbia30 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.
Pros
very independent, travel, company car
Cons
long hours, solitude
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4.0
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Interesting work and good teamwork.
Principal Engineer (Former Employee) –  Hamilton, Canada13 December 2018
An enjoyable place to work, friendly atmosphere. Good teamwork. The management were enthusiastic.
Having the manufacturing facility adjacent to the office was a great advantage, I learned a lot.
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5.0
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Productive, experienced and international
Project Assistant (Former Employee) –  Manitoba9 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.
Pros
Exposure to different languages and work processes.
Cons
Payroll needs improvement and better explanations for new hire processes.
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Global Company
Network Support Engineer (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON9 December 2018
Great Company, global company. Lot of options. worldwide known company. Work with every industry in the world. Siemens work from the call center industry to devolve the contrary.
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Worst work culture and product is ancient
QA Tester (Former Employee) –  Kitchener, ON17 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.
Pros
None
Cons
Management is embarrassingly backward and does not recognize true talent, They need "yes" persons thats all
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a typical day as a Safety Specialist
Quality Assurance Security and HSE Specialist (Former Employee) –  Calgary, AB9 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;
Pros
Management and Varied Day
Cons
job security
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3.0
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Technical support over the phone
Technical Support Team Leader (Former Employee) –  Mississauga, ON7 November 2018
I was leading the Korean speaking team and over all the job was quite enjoyable and it was very comfortable with the days passing. It was a good position and worked out OK.
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4.0
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Good work environment , great people.
Wind Turbine Technician (Current Employee) –  Cayuga, ON31 October 2018
Troubleshoot and repair faulted components. learned about hydraulic, mechanical, and electrical components.

Management is pretty equal to employers when it comes to decision making, they sit the technicians down and have conversations on how to attack planned maintenance.
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3.0
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Depends on who you know
Assembly Worker (Current Employee) –  Peterborough, ON30 October 2018
Unfair treatment, depends on who you know.
If your a casual, don’t expect to be hired for years, again it depends on who you know.
High output expected but not enough staff or tools to do the job.
Pros
Monies not bad, most of the people on the manufacturing floor are good people, some overtime not a lot.
Cons
Poor planning poor management
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2.0
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Small company with bad management
Production technician (Current Employee) –  Ottawa, ON29 October 2018
I would not recommend anybody to work there.
The work atmosphere is negative most of the time.
The management needs to be changed for the
company gets better.
Pros
Salary is good
Cons
Bad Management
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4.0
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fun, productive workspace
2 year electrician (Former Employee) –  Edmonton, AB27 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.
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Poor Management
Engineering (Current Employee) –  Concord, ON11 October 2018
They Fire you whenever they want ......
I was employed for period of time and than suddenly they called me and said we dont require you.
They will only hire you as a temporary Employee and kick you off when their work is done.
Pros
Minimum wage
Cons
Everything
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Entreprise à être choisi
Opérateur de presse plieuse (Former Employee) –  Drummondville, QC24 September 2018
Bonne entreprise pour apprendre les presse-plieuse. Mauvaise gestion interpersonnelle
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Why did I leave?
Technical Project Manager (Former Employee) –  Houston21 September 2018
Let me make this clear upfront: Siemens like any other company goes through good times and bad times. It is a 100+ year old company and has made wrong decisions (like buying Dresser Rand right before when oil prices tanked), however, it treats its employees really well. I worked with Siemens for more than 7+ years and had the best experience of my career (both from learning perspective and the treatment given by my employer). I will highly recommend anyone to work for Siemens.
Cons
Less nimble since it a giant company
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Healthy environment to work
Engineering (Former Employee) –  Montréal, QC18 September 2018
The people in the company are very friendly and helpful. They try to help if you are stuck in any doubt and you will definitely find an answer from somewhere in company
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Toxic environment.
Engineering (Current Employee) –  Scarborough, ON7 September 2018
Toxic environment. Very cliquish. No room to advance unless you become a favorite of senior management. Some staff (peers) are good people but are unhappy. Poor management and unorganized. Senior management talks behind your back to not only other senior management but also your peers. Very unprofessional. Watch your back and learn to “kiss up” to the right people. Becoming friends with anyone senior management doesn’t like will make you a target. Was overall a very negative and disheartening experience.
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4.0
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Siemens Canada
Canada HR Demand Manager - Project Manager/BA (Current Employee) –  Oakville, ON7 September 2018
Typical Day at work is priority of many tasks. Work hard but not always rewarding but education opportunities are good. Project control and resource allocation to get projects done on time is stressful and sometimes unreasonable.
Pros
Good People
Cons
Long Hours
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2.0
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Fun workplace with a lot such of nice people.
Cleaner (Former Employee) –  Ottawa, ON1 September 2018
At Epocal it is fun to work because it works a lot of people from all around the world , you meet a lot of nice people there . The most enjoyable part of the job is that the people are very hygienic, so the job it wasn't that hard like for example they don't leave the garbage everywhere especially in the washrooms. The hardest part of the job was that it was a lot of work for to do just for one person.
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