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30+ days ago

HIL Systems Engineer W/M

Altran Technologies Royal Leamington Spa, England

• Good knowledge of automotive ECU electrical interface and sensor/actuator electrical interface… Glassdoor


20 hrs ago

Chassis Function Development Engineer – new

Altran Technologies Coventry, England

• Sign off of systems and creation of sign off reports. • Liaison with other process partners including Design, Purchase & Project Management Team… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Software Developer

Altran Technologies Coventry, England

We are recruiting Software Developers to be a part of the Altran team supporting a major Manufacturing client. Tasks… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

System Tester

Altran Technologies Coventry, England

We are recruiting System Testers to be a part of the Altran team supporting a major Manufacturing client. Tasks and… Glassdoor


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    Some good employees, but poor choices from top management.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Bordentown, NJ
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Bordentown, NJ

    I worked at Altran Group full-time

    Pros

    Decent work environment.
    Good place to start out/gain experience.
    Mostly friendly and talented engineering staff.
    401K
    Aetna health, Delta dental
    Easy access from NJ TPK, 295 and Rte.130

    Cons

    Management has made many mistakes. here are some of them:

    Employee reviews rate from 1 to 5, but supervisors are given a verbal directive to not give subordinates a score of 5, regardless of exceptional performance.

    A questionnaire was provided to each employee which was supposed to be anonymous, however the last part of the questionnaire took "demographic" information which when completed, pinpointed any participants.

    North American operations is a top-heavy company. It is common knowledge - even among some in the upper echelon - there have been "too many chiefs and not enough indians".

    Quality Control is not taken seriously enough. The processes are in place or nearly so, but in practice there is not enough of it to avoid disappointing clients at a rate more than acceptable for a firm of this type... or any type for that matter.

    Project managers vary in efficacy, which is ridiculous because a failing project manager should not continue to manage projects.

    I.T. system organization, as well as the number of staff to support the company is sorely lacking.

    Document Control is relied upon to act as a form of quality control for deliverables, whereas project teams should already have project sets correct and ready to go for submission having checked the designs and the basics like titleblock content, filenames, etc.

    Top leadership has become more and more isolated and less involved thus seemingly less concerned with employees at all levels.

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    A major shakeup is needed starting from the top down.

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