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2 days ago

Senior Financial Analyst – new

HARMAN International Novi, MI +2 locations

Duties within this role include but are not limited to the following: - Financial Planning & Analysis as required to support monthly variance… HARMAN International

8 days ago

Director, Marketing, Microphone/Headphone CoC (AKG Pro)

HARMAN International Northridge, CA

- Design product introduction process and improve project management process. - Coordination of market research activities. - Communication to Harman… HARMAN International

16 days ago

Senior Embedded Software Engineer

HARMAN International Northridge, CA

Harman International is looking for a talented, creative, and highly motivated embedded software engineer to work with the Advanced Technology Group… HARMAN International

13 days ago

Director, Human Resources - Infotainment Division

HARMAN International Farmington Hills, MI

and work effectively with the existing HR team in Farmington Hills as well as the HR teams at our Franklin, Kentucky, Vernon Hills, Illinois and… HARMAN International

9 days ago

Contract Recruiter

HARMAN International Farmington Hills, MI

The Contract Recruiter will manage full lifecycle recruiting while maintaining strong relations with business leaders, hiring managers, HR business… HARMAN International

7 days ago

Vertical Market Sales Manager - Lighting

HARMAN International New York, NY

- Develops sales objectives including sales volume, cost of sales, and product profitability, accurately forecasting annual, quarterly, and monthly… HARMAN International

2 days ago

Senior Marketing Specialist – new

HARMAN International Northridge, CA

Trade shows and events - Plan and coordinate US marketing events, e.g. VIP visits, road show meetings and public events (practical and commercial… HARMAN International

16 days ago

Senior Mechanical Design Engineer

HARMAN International Novi, MI

- Develop advanced product designs in cooperation with the appropriate engineering disciplines and technicians according to customer and federal… HARMAN International

16 days ago

Senior Digital Signal Processing Engineer

HARMAN International Northridge, CA

Harman International is looking for a talented, creative, and highly motivated digital signal processing engineer to work with the Advanced… HARMAN International

19 days ago

Customer Service Leader

HARMAN International Saint Louis, MO

· Guide CS team members in daily duties of fulfilling customer service requests received via phone, email and website · Ensure CS team members… HARMAN International

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HARMAN Chairman, President and CEO Dinesh C. Paliwal
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    "Where Sound Matters," But People Don't

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    I have been working at HARMAN


    Multinational company with a good reputation for quality products


    The focus seems to have shifted from quality to cost saving, as the company had moved more and more of the operations to China, India and Eastern European countries like Hungary. The company does not care at all about its employees, having laird off longtime workers who helped to develop and sell its technologies and products. Executives tend to favor bullies, as many Harman managers and execs manage with bullying, abrasive tactics. Management is focused on getting the most done for the least amount of money, sending jobs overseas, which has affected the quality of the products. For salaried employees, there is no work/life balance, as you are expected to do whatever is necessary to meet deadlines that often change at the last minute based on Corporate's whim. Office politics run wild, and there is no room for advancement for many, especially women and certain minorities. This is not a good place for them.

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    Focus on the employees who make your products possible. It used to matter that your products were made in the U.S. It still should. Overhaul your HR department, and bring in some people who can show some concern for people. Take some sensitivity courses or offer training so all staff know how to deal with each other as men/women and different ethnicities. Stop encouraging bullying and rewarding overly aggressive management styles.

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