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29 days ago

Senior Marketing Manager - Smart Services

Siemens Buffalo Grove, IL

Directs all activities and program elements to include:1. Responsible for leading all marketing activities for assigned Service Programs… Ivy Exec

29 days ago

Marketing Development Manager

Siemens Hoffman Estates, IL

- Work with Regional Sales Director to identify yearly targeted customers (current competitive) and the required marketing/educational plans required… Ivy Exec

16 days ago

Field Mechanic--Hiring

Siemens Chicago, IL

Salary $22.50 -$26.00/hr $55/day per diem 60 hour work week Company paid hotel and transportation-100% Travel6 weeks on the road-- 3 days home… Siemens

30 days ago

Sales Representative/Management Consultant

Management Consulting Chicago, IL

Our business-to-business sales professionals and consultants are responsible for selling a diverse range of human capital and talent solutions. Our… Management Consulting

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    Outdated management but good benefits

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    Current Employee - Technical Support in Buffalo Grove, IL
    Current Employee - Technical Support in Buffalo Grove, IL

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


    The benefits are good, the vacation time is standard (2 weeks). There are 6 paid company holidays. The company is well recognized but with the amount of products Siemens makes it is hard to explain the divisions you work for.


    The work environment is stuffy and outdated. Old office furniture, old computers, and a old mentality. The management typically promotes the people they like most, not the better candidates. They have slimmed down on management, however the managers that are left often forget about their people. It is difficult to be recognized for the work you do, and even harder to be promoted. If you are looking for a steady paycheck and a solid workflow, work here. If you are trying to advance and work your way up the company, look elsewhere.

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    Focus on the existing employees. Listen to the ideas. Bring in some younger people and allow them a chance in managerial roles. Talk to the managers and make sure they do their job and do it well. Most importantly create aptitude tests for incoming employees, far to many people pretend to know things.

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