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17 hrs ago

Summer Intern - Software Development – new

Emerson Austin, TX

Want to work with the best and brightest in a company that takes on challenges Never Been Done Before? Emerson Process Managements Process Systems… Emerson


17 hrs ago

Summer Intern - Hardware – new

Emerson Austin, TX

Want to work with the best and brightest in a company that takes on challenges Never Been Done Before? Emerson Process Managements Process Systems… Emerson


17 hrs ago

Summer Intern - Software Test – new

Emerson Austin, TX

Want to work with the best and brightest in a company that takes on challenges Never Been Done Before? Emerson Process Managements Process Systems… Emerson


17 hrs ago

Entry MES Engineer – new

Emerson Austin, TX

Want to work with the best and brightest in a company that takes on challenges Never Been Done Before? Emerson Process Managements Process Systems… Emerson


27 days ago

Principal Educational Services Engineer

Emerson Austin, TX

• Conduct DeltaV courses in Austin, LBP offices and customer locations • Conduct DeltaV courses on topics including AMS, advanced control, batch… Emerson


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Emerson Chairman and CEO David N. Farr
David N. Farr
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    Former Contractor - Project Manager in Austin, TX
    Former Contractor - Project Manager in Austin, TX
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at Emerson as a contractor (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Some bright and talented people do exist at Emerson. Free coffee in the break rooms. The cafe is decent too.

    Cons

    Overall management was decent,there were some talented managers and there were some very fresh/new managers that have never been in a position of management. New managers are dangerous because they feel like they have to make every decision on their own.

    Advice to Management

    When working with contractors, don't make promises of conversion and say that we are "employees" of the company and the 3 or 6 month contract is just a formality. In the end the same manager that told me that, walked me out the door right after he told me my contract ended. It wasn't his fault, but the company wasn't in as good of shape as originally thought. Management needs to work on breaking down the silos and properly train their employees as well. Most employees of the company worked 6-7 hours a week and did as little as possible. Managers are aware of this but they also perform the same behavior.. maybe better management would lead to better performance of employees which would lead to better performance of the company.


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