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29 days ago

Safety & Environmental Manager

Schneider Electric Boston, MA

non-manufacturing and manufacturing. Additionally, this individual will provide support for other operations within the… Schneider Electric

30+ days ago

Field Service Engineer - Power

Schneider Electric Boston, MA

• Perform Startup/Commissioning on all SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC equipment across the entire SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC product line on single module and… Schneider Electric

30+ days ago

Sr. Director, Marketing and Demand Generation Campaigns

Schneider Electric Boston, MA

Member of the US Services senior management, the Senior Director – Marketing and Demand Generation Campaigns is responsible for demand generation for… Schneider Electric

30+ days ago

Offer Manager

Schneider Electric Boston, MA

* Identify components and products to target services. * Analyze and anticipate market trends to introduce new service concepts. * Benchmark our… Schneider Electric

9 days ago

Strategic Influence Director

Schneider Electric Boston, MA

· Organize execution in work package: identify existing resources, map existing activities and organize missing ones. · identify the priorities for… Schneider Electric

24 days ago

Application Engineer (CT)

Schneider Electric Marlborough, MA

• Support sales team, and customers, by listening and learning about their specific application, and recommending the correct SEM USA solution to… Schneider Electric

3 days ago

Master Critical Facility Technician – new

Schneider Electric Quincy, MA

include: • Provides hands on operation of site facilities equipment and processes in accordance with procedures and policies. • Collects… Schneider Electric

14 days ago

Project Manager-Commissioning

Schneider Electric Quincy, MA

Schneider Electric Critical Environment Facilities Operations requires a local project manager to assist in the commissioning, testing, delivery… Schneider Electric

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in North Billerica, MA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in North Billerica, MA

    I worked at Schneider Electric full-time (less than a year)


    Schneider Electric offers very competitive compensation for minimum effort and contribution. Work / life balance, in its unspoken and unofficial, actual practice in North Billerica definitely allows for flexibility that is fantastic for employees leading a decent family lifestyle. The work is challenging and your colleagues, for the most part, are pleasant enough and relatively friendly in most cases. And there's not a huge sense of pressure or hard deadlines. Things are pretty carefree and loose in the office regarding the pace of the actual work, timelines and overall aspects of the general work environment.


    The company feels a bit 'pretend' and conveys no sense of connected communication with employees at the individual contributor level. There's a lot of surface discussion about feedback and improving the company, but not any sense of urgency or realistic action to start addressing the major company-wide issues in any reasonable projected span of time.

    Because there is such a huge disconnect between the lowest level of management and the individual contributors. And because that level of management seems to be too busy managing upwards to really do much else directly with their team, you are left in a vague situation that is not only distracting and unfocused, but also tends to encourage strange team dynamics and issues that never get dealt with in a productive and meaningful way.

    Like many gigantic corporations, Schneider suffers from having many disconnected silos of workers all working toward inefficient and circular overlapping efforts, sometimes even within the very same delivery team. And there is little-to no-guidance to help manage these dysfunctions and idiosyncratic bumblings.

    Worst of all to me is the eerie sense that everyone is in it for the wrong reasons. There was a genuine lack of passion from members of the team I was on. They were happy and supposedly 'engaged' in the work, but I got the sense that the competitive paycheck and comfortable, unchallenging and slow-paced environment really suited the majority of employees and what they aspired to in life. No real movers and shakers from what I could see.

    In the end I was discarded after trying to get support and guidance for several months from my direct manager. It was easier for the company to label me as some sort of troublemaker and dismiss me as 'not a good fit' than to put the team through a short period of slight discomfort and maybe start making reasonable progress at the pace of most other corporations out there. I'm sure its all for the best, but I was barely given the chance and my team was simply too green and xenophobic to deal with me and the vision I wanted to bring to Schneider Electric.

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