EATON – Lubbock, TX
The primary function of the Lead Sales Engineer is to market and sell Eaton’s products and… Glassdoor
Eaton – Lubbock, TX
Eaton currently has an opening for a Lead Industrial Sales… : The primary function of the Lead Sales Engineer is to… Glassdoor
Eaton – Neillsville, WI
* Eaton, North American Sales Division,has an opening for a Lead EOEM Sales Engineer. This… Glassdoor
EATON – TBD, TBD
Develop relationships at ALL levels at the customer including engineering, sales, manufacturing, and upper management. He/She must have an expert… Glassdoor
Eaton – Unspecified, Unspecified
Eaton, North American Sales Division,has an opening for a Lead EOEM Sales Engineer. This position… Glassdoor
Eaton – Boothwyn, PA
Eaton North American Sales Division has an opening for lead Industrial Sales Engineer. This… Glassdoor
- Comp & Benefits
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- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Eaton full-time (more than 10 years)Pros
Decent compensation. Not the best, not the worst.
Great opportunities advance to new internal employment opportunities.
Some good business processes as part of the Eaton Business System.
If you are good at corporate politics this division can be a real winner for you!
Some great people in the trenchesCons
Politics, politics, politics.
Eaton ethics and values are excellent but not consistently practiced at Hydraulics.
Consistently underperforming financials. The result is frequent cost-cutting and restructuring initiatives.
Leadership is not progressive in their ideas. Seem to be stuck in the past. Lack a credible vision.
Lost sight of work/life balance. Oftentimes difficult for families with children to meet demands. For a company this size, surprising lack of child care facilities and benefits.
Way, way too many meetings and Powerpoint presentations. No time to get the work done except after eight to five.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Live the Eaton Vision and Ethics. It is more than a poster or slide in a presentation.
Develop a plan to grow the business and you won't spend so much time and money on restructuring.
Keep top and mid level managers in a role for more that two or three years. Get some continuity.
Stop recycling top and mid level managers. Some consistently fall short of expectations yet always seem to have a new role -- politics, politics, politics.RecommendsNegative OutlookApproves of CEO