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23 days ago

Field Marketing Executive

Schneider Electric United States

include event research, pre-event evaluations, events vendor contacts, program logistics, field communication and post-event analysis) as well as… Schneider Electric

7 days ago

Account Executive

Schneider Electric San Francisco, CA

Schneider Electric is seeking individuals driven by a desire to impact the world by helping our clients make the most of their energy. We are… Schneider Electric

15 days ago

Regulated and Emerging Markets Associate

Schneider Electric Louisville, KY

As a global specialist in energy management with operations in more than 100 countries, Schneider Electric offers integrated solutions across… Schneider Electric

23 days ago

Software Development Engineer Intern

Schneider Electric Salem, OR

Our values define our company. Who we are, our customer approach, how we do business, what it’s like to work here, and the kind of people we want to… Schneider Electric

22 days ago

Power System Engineer II, Regional

Schneider Electric Troy, MI

This position serves as the primary electrical power engineer in a geographic territory, performing all aspects of power system design, testing and… Schneider Electric

25 days ago

Customer Program Manager - Tendering

Schneider Electric Nashville, TN

• Engage early in offer development to assemble, organize and lead high level teams that analyze financial, technical, commercial, operational and… Schneider Electric

5 days ago

Graduate Program Associate

Schneider Electric Excelsior Springs, MO

embark on an exciting and fruitful career with Schneider Electric. Permanent postings • Solution Sales Engineer • Solution Marketing Engineer… Schneider Electric

3 days ago

Sr. SW Development Engineer – new

Schneider Electric Lake Forest, CA

Our lines of business are grouped into four business segments: Software, Industrial Automation, Energy Controls and Appliance. You may recognize our… Schneider Electric

19 days ago

Account Manager, EU Solutions

Schneider Electric Nashville, TN

Solutions will include hardware (PLCs and Motor Control) and software for plant intelligence, human machine interfaces (HMI), supervisory control and… Schneider Electric

18 hrs ago

Customer Project/Technical Mgr – new

Schneider Electric United States

to create technical solutions and consider costumers' needs and company's benefits. University degree in Electrical Engineering, Concrete experience… Schneider Electric

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    Good company, but losing its way in treating employees.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
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    I have been working at Schneider Electric full-time for more than 10 years


    The company has good career opportunities, a valuable market, and good compensation. The company share plan for employees is excellent and not as taken advantage of as it should be.

    It is a technology leader and follows through in its green initiatives.


    Schneider Electric believes in the right things however their size and bureaucracy has led to the company feeling like a behemoth that cannot react in a timely manner. This negatively impacts their greatest asset the people working for them. The efforts to stay profitable are reducing middle management staff levels and the lack of attention or care for employees results in further strain and loss of talent.

    The Human Resources in Schneider Electric has become so globalized and shared that there is no attention or follow up paid to employee concerns. Big programs speak about employees, but this is no substitute for being available and listening.

    Driving for financial results results in organizational changes every couple of months and very little continuity.

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    Your financial compensation for employees is excellent, but you ignore the other aspects of working for a company. The middle management leaders do not live the principles the company believes in and HR is so reactive and stretched there is no proactive engagement or improvement. This will result in further stresses and lost talent as the drive to meet financial performance goals.

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