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1 day ago

ERP Business Process Architect – new

Harley-Davidson Milwaukee, WI

The Business Process Architect - ERP supports the detail design and execution of production processes necessary to configure SAP to meet business… Harley-Davidson

2 days ago

Manufacturing Project Engineer – new

Harley-Davidson Menomonee Falls, WI

The Project Engineer leads the Plant (Operations, Engineering, Materials and Bargaining Unit Employees) in planning, developing, launching, and… Harley-Davidson

1 day ago

Director Advanced Manufacturing – new

Harley-Davidson Wauwatosa, WI

This position is responsible to develop manufacturing process technical competencies across H-D facilities and within the global supply base to… Harley-Davidson

6 days ago

Controls Reliability Engineer

Harley-Davidson Tomahawk, WI

Develop and maintain advanced technical competence in the areas of Electrical Controls through benchmarking, analysis, project interaction, education… Harley-Davidson

3 days ago

Senior Project Engineer - Lubrication and Thermal/Cooling Systems

Harley-Davidson Wauwatosa, WI

This Engineering position will be working through the full lifecycle for projects related to cooling circuits, lubrication/oiling, and breathing… Harley-Davidson

3 days ago

eMarketing Project Manager

Harley-Davidson Milwaukee, WI

The Project Manager eMarketing will lead projects in the Electronic Marketing area focused on improving our online customer experiences. The role… Harley-Davidson

1 day ago

Retail Supply Planner – new

Harley-Davidson Milwaukee, WI

The position works collaboratively with dealers, distributors, and subsidiaries (customers) to improve inventory performance and product availability… Harley-Davidson

3 days ago

Collections Representative II

Harley-Davidson Plano, TX

Responsible for collecting delinquent accounts by phone or correspondence. Handles more complex customer cases that may require deviation from… Harley-Davidson

2 days ago

Staff Technical Engineer - Electrical Vehicle (EV) – new

Harley-Davidson Wauwatosa, WI

This Electric Vehicle (EV) Engineering position will be held accountable for delivering the following: - Develop and implement system/component… Harley-Davidson

3 days ago

Project Portfolio Manager - Strategic Roadmap

Harley-Davidson Milwaukee, WI

This position is responsible for leading the Strategic Roadmap Development and Program Planning capabilities for the enterprise. The incumbent is a… Harley-Davidson

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Harley-Davidson President & CEO Keith Wandell
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124 Ratings

    Great brand and a mediocre workplace

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    Current Employee - Human Resources Specialist in Milwaukee, WI
    Current Employee - Human Resources Specialist in Milwaukee, WI

    I have been working at Harley-Davidson full-time (more than 8 years)


    Harley-Davidson is an amazing brand with a global community of people who love you just because of who you work for. Our brand position and products are exceptional. You aren't just working for a company, you are working for a cause. You can always be proud of saying "I work for Harley-Davidson" even if you aren't proud of the way you feel about working for Harley-Davidson. That is a backhanded compliment, but there is a sense of pride in working for an American Icon that means so much to people all over the world. You'll be surrounded by people who care about the brand and what it means to deliver an exceptional product and experience to customers who are committed to the brand. Insert note, it's more about the brand than the company.


    What people think about Harley-Davidson rarely matches how I feel about Harley-Davidson. There are some amazing people who work here. People who care deeply about the brand and our customers but it just doesn't translate to the experience of working for the company. Since a company doesn't really exist without people, it's really a disconnect between managers/leaders and the workforce. Pay is fair, though HR and hiring managers lean on the strength of the brand to compensate for pay and benefits that will hit the low end of the spectrum. While we talk about being a flexible workplace it rarely translates. It is a 110 year old company rooted in 110 year old management practices. Decisions are often slow, painfully slow, and generally based more on relationships than what is best. Career opportunities are thin and very dependent on

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