Emerson Industrial Automation
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I have been working at Emerson Industrial AutomationPros
If you're an underachiever, you'll get the same raise as the overachieving producers. You can coast through the days with little to no effort and fly under the radar. Some managers have been doing this for years and so long as they don't make their bosses look bad, they keep their jobs. Mechanical engineers only have to reverse engineer competitor products and figure out ways to make slight improvements.Cons
Management is trying to outsource everyone's job and don't value U.S. workers at all. The general attitude from management towards U.S. workers is "you're lucky to have a job, so shut up and be grateful you're position hasn't been outsourced yet".
The only way to get promoted, is if you spend half the day in your bosses office talking negatively about others while kissing his butt.
Any complaints to management or H.R. handled with swift punishment.
Pay is generally much less than market averages. Raises are small and don't keep pace with the cost of living. The longer you work here, the more you'll struggle financially.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Appreciate your employees and stop harassing them for making suggestions to improve things. Hire some women and minorities. The backstabbing manager's pets are not helping this company, just making it worse.Doesn't RecommendNegative Outlook