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6 days ago

Credit Processing Specialist

John Deere Johnston, IA

As a Credit Processing Specialist for John Deere Financial located in Johnston IA, you will respond to and resolve moderately complex service issues… John Deere

21 days ago

Intern - Wholesale, Johnston, IA

John Deere Johnston, IA

John Deere (Deere & Company - NYSE:DE), a Fortune 500 company, is making use of the latest technological breakthroughs to produce exceptional… John Deere

7 days ago

Matured Lease Coordinator

John Deere Johnston, IA

At John Deere Financial (JDF) in Johnston, IA our Matured Lease Coordinator will be responsible for initiating and tracking matured fleet leases and… John Deere

18 days ago

IT Analyst

John Deere Urbandale, IA

We take pride in developing technology and equipment that helps billions of people achieve a better quality of life. This goal is common to every one… John Deere

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    selloffs, layoffs, and outsourcing

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    Current Employee - IT Analyst in Johnston, IA
    Current Employee - IT Analyst in Johnston, IA

    I have been working at John Deere full-time (more than 3 years)


    Good benefits and nice salary.


    The company has a history of purchasing companies like John Deere Wind, John Deere Water, and John Deere Credit and then selling them off (including employees) when they don't pan out. After announcing large expansion at John Deere Waterloo and accepting millions of dollars in tax credits the company turns around three months later and lays off 400 people at the same facility and hundreds more at others. Management has an active policy to hire people from India and is in the process of transistioning key knowledge to those teams in an attempt to save money.

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    Live up to your values and honor commitment and integrity and start by starting with honoring your commitment to local farmers who use your products because they're made and supported locally. Honor your commitment to the communities you do business in and stop appearing with the governor of Iowa and promoting STEM but then forming an active policy to ship STEM jobs to John Deere TCI in India.

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