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30+ days ago

Senior / Staff Quotation Specialist

Schneider Electric Nashville, TN

This position is accountable for providing quotations to customers by utilizing advanced sales and technical expertise to prepare complete quotation… Schneider Electric

30+ days ago

Project Manager - Solar

Schneider Electric Nashville, TN

1. Takes ownership for validating the project’s statement of work and contract terms with the customer, including both technical and commercial… Schneider Electric

30+ days ago

Future Offer Manager

Schneider Electric Nashville, TN

Define the Unique Value Proposition of a new offer. Accountable of the new offer business plan. - Understand the trends of the targeted segments… Schneider Electric

30+ days ago

Senior Financial Cost Analyst

Schneider Electric Nashville, TN

This position will be responsible for providing costing support to various locations, analyze product cost drivers, and analysis variances… Schneider Electric

30+ days ago

Sr. Application Engineer (controls & power)

Schneider Electric Nashville, TN

The successful candidate will join a team of peers dedicated to designing and implementing automation solutions involving electrical distribution and… Schneider Electric

15 days ago

Electrical Devices Commodity Manager NAM (US)

Schneider Electric Nashville, TN

OF JOB The North America Commodity Manager for Electrical Devices is in charge of creating and implementing the supply base strategies to support… Schneider Electric

3 days ago

Sr. Customer Project Manager – new

Schneider Electric Nashville, TN

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

24 days ago

PM Tender - Solar

Schneider Electric Nashville, TN

include: · Align customer needs with Schneider Electric’s most competitive solution · Suitably curtail the commercial risk · Accurately budgeting… Schneider Electric

30+ days ago

Project Manager

Schneider Electric Nashville, TN

Join Schneider Electric and power your career! Discover the opportunity to join an international, dynamic, and responsible company that fosters the… Schneider Electric

30+ days ago

Business Intelligence Analyst

Schneider Electric Nashville, TN

order processing, sales-finance reconciliation, sales forecasting and development; • Partners with finance and marketing to… Schneider Electric

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    Schneider is sliding

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    Current Employee - Senior Applications Engineer in Nashville, TN
    Current Employee - Senior Applications Engineer in Nashville, TN

    I have been working at Schneider Electric full-time (more than 5 years)


    As a large company it should provide some room for advancement (although I have not found that to be the case). Benefits are currently OK. PTO and Holidays are adequate (at best).


    The company started a STIP system to "incentiveize" employees to work harder and more effectively. They way they did this with existing employees was to make us start putting our annual raises (which typically are at best keeping up with inflation) into our STIP "bucket" until we reached our maximum (for me that is 10%). Long story short, I haven't had a REAL raise for three years and likely will only get a small raise this year as the majority will still have to go to fill my remaining STIP requirement. Additionally they have eliminated the top level insurance plan this year and are striving to get more and more people onto the High Deductible w/ HSA plan. For me, taking the next level plan, will cost me another $5000 to $6000 out of pocket (guess that little raise just went out the window!).

    Long story short, the company has slowly been cutting pay and benefits yet still wanting as much or more output from its employees.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Start actually appreciating, and showing your appreciation, your employees, especially those who deserve. Pats on the back and cheap plaques are great, but they don' t pay the bills. They don't provide for a good work/life balance. I understand that the company must provide profits to its share holders, but if the moral of the workforce drops and the quality people leave then you will find it much harder to facilitate that goal.

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