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30+ days ago

Global Market Research Leader

Emerson Westerville, OH

· Oversee and prioritize all customer and marketplace research projects, including brand and product positioning, product… Emerson

30+ days ago

Senior BI Solutions Architect (Oracle)

Emerson Network Power Westerville, OH

Lead the development of the entire business intelligence (BI) solution stack, including the database, ETL, and application layer using multiple… Emerson Network Power

30+ days ago

Supplier Manager-Westerville, OH

Emerson Network Power Westerville, OH

• Minimize material costs through improved supplier base management. • Identify and lead eSourcing activities to leverage and reduce ERS and… Emerson Network Power

30+ days ago

Market Program Manager

Emerson Network Power Westerville, OH

• Responsible for creating and executing marketing programs including: • Customer targeting • Value Messaging • Demand generation… Emerson Network Power

18 days ago

Senior Executive Assistant - Westerville, OH

Emerson Network Power Westerville, OH

• Professional and responsive writing of letters, meeting actions, and e-mail correspondence. • Development of presentations targeted at various… Emerson Network Power

30+ days ago

HVAC Instructor - Liebert Services

Emerson Network Power Westerville, OH

Thermal Management Cooling Instructor will provide detailed technical training and be responsible for preparing, conducting, and evaluating thermal… Emerson Network Power

30+ days ago

Business Development Manager/

Emerson Westerville, OH

Emerson Network Power, Liebert Services is seeking to hire an experienced Business Development Manager. This position is responsible for working with… Emerson

12 days ago

Senior Software Developer - Enterprise Applications

Emerson Network Power Westerville, OH

• Create and author engineering requirements based on true customer requirements as contained in the product specifications. • Design and… Emerson Network Power

30+ days ago

Data Delivery Lead (Conversion/ Migration)

Emerson Westerville, OH

The Data Delivery Lead will analyze business requirements, translate them to data requirements, and understand data relationships within a single… Emerson

30+ days ago

Supervising Training Specialist - Electrical Services

Emerson Columbus, OH

Electrical Reliability Services (ERS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Emerson, is an industry leader in electrical testing, maintenance and engineering… Emerson

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  • Great atmosphere but a LOT of extra 'fat'

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    Former Employee - IT/IS in Westerville, OH
    Former Employee - IT/IS in Westerville, OH

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


    - Laid back, warm atmosphere
    - Quarterly bonuses that were fairly consistent and reliable
    - Advancement opportunities
    - Work/Life balance is unmatched


    - Pay is substantially below market
    - Extremely heavy in middle management
    - Many people who've become 'lifers' and have long overstayed their usefulness

    The problem with the first two points actually lies in the last point: Liebert's management is well aware that the majority of their workforce is unskilled; that is, many people have jobs that are unique to this company alone. As a result, they're largely unskilled (unlike Finance, IT, etc) and Liebert pays accordingly. However, there are some skilled employees (such as Finance, IT, IS, etc). Unfortunately, their pay scales are on par with the unskilled employees. Consequently, employee retention in these areas is not what it ought to be.

    The company is also very management-heavy. Rather than giving meaningful salary increases, titles are thrown at tenured employees. It's not at all uncommon to see managers who have 1 or even 0 direct reports... and they literally have nothing to do all day long.

    These cons aside, it's a genuinely enjoyable environment.

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    Be more realistic with skilled employees' pay scales. Be willing to lose or "reallocate" the dead weight that impacts morale and brings down top performers.

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