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Co-op/Intern - College – new

OSRAM Sylvania Versailles, KY

Work in a high speed manufacturing environment to identify performance improvement opportunities, gather data, analyze information and develop action… Jobg8

4 days ago

Powered Warehouse Worker

OSRAM Sylvania Versailles, KY

OSRAM SYLVANIA seeking 5 Experienced Powered Warehouse Workers on 2nd and 3rd shift. Sucessful candidates will have 5 years experience in a 250K sq… Jobg8

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Osram Sylvania President, CEO, and Director Rick Leaman
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47 Ratings

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    Former Employee - Senior Engineer in Versailles, KY
    Former Employee - Senior Engineer in Versailles, KY

    I worked at Osram Sylvania full-time (more than 5 years)


    Nice people, friendly, good technologies to work with, evolving technologies make it more interesting.


    European company bought Sylvania and is trying to run it their way, while US is attempting to run it their way. Cultural differences are a problem. Salaries are low. No real job descriptions. Some Managers have job security issues and take it out on subordinates. The end of incandescent and halogen bulbs is not helping the industry. It had the potential for making the new LEDs in the US and gave it up in favor of buying crap from China. They are their worse competitor. If R&D comes out with a product, Sales gets Marketing to find a Chinese made product of the same kind to compete with what they are manufacturing-only they call it having a range of products. You can have a career there if you have the right manager, and are aligned with the right project of the month; you better be ready to travel anywhere they send you- no matter how dangerous the location.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Give it up. Management at the upper level has gotten worse these days creating chaos with all the arbitrary changes, and all the opposing and external influences. It sometimes appears as if the CEO Jess is not in charge, otherwise he wouldn't have allowed some things to have happened, particularly with LEDs. There are few company values left, just survival.

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