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27 days ago

Customer Support Intern

EATON Galesburg, MI

Eaton located in Galesburg, MI has an opening for a Customer Support Intern to assist OEM dealers and end-use customers with technical questions in… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Lead Systems Engineer - Requirements and Analysis

Eaton Galesburg, MI

* Eaton located in Galesburg, MI has a position opening for a Systems Engineer- Requirements and Analysis. This position is part of a team… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Engineer-Controls

EATON Galesburg, MI

The Senior Engineer will work within the Clutch Controls product development team to support new customers or new application developments of clutch… Glassdoor

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    Eaton top management lacks creativity to be a true leader, follows other companies policies and practices.

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    Former Employee - Technologist in Marshall, MI
    Former Employee - Technologist in Marshall, MI

    I worked at Eaton


    For the right person that came from the right schools and/or the right connections, career opportunities are very good. As you move up the career ladder, the salaries and benefits get really good, after a certain level, it's TOO good.


    Long hours, piss-poor management planning, no real chance for career growth for the majority of the employees.

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    Quit trying so hard to make the company "look" great instead of actually making it great. Forget about all the fake company videos forcing employees to put on a big smile for the camera when in reality there's little to smile about. Deal with real issues facing the little guy and they'll bend over backwards to make the company great for everyone. And quit forcing all this bogus ethical training on the little guy, they're the only ethical people in the company, if you want ethical behavior, better start sending people to training from the top down.

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