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I have been working at Diebold full-time (More than 3 years)Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDoesn't RecommendNeutral Outlook
Big company means job security. Paid training, company car, computer and smartphone. Full benefits package available.
Low starting pay, under staffing, long hours that are created by an 'on-call' system that is never mentioned in interviews. Be advised- YOU WILL BE ON CALL. No pay increases or promotions. No advancement from within- they hire outside people, they don't move anyone up. Upper management that seems to pay more attention to stock holders than employees. Very dangerous job done with lots of lip service to safety but very little actual safety, or concern for safety at the local level. Local manager is nowhere to be found. No job feedback, no coaching, mentoring, or otherwise. Any growth or training will be on your own through company websites. Anything else you'll have to beg, plea or threaten to get. If you do see management it is for a negative event, not a positive one.
Advice to Management
You're company is made of EMPLOYEES and you are ignoring them. PAY the employees who work hard what they truly deserve, get rid of the slackers. To go years without even a cost-of-living increase is inexcusable, especially considering the cost of health care continues to increase every year. Pay more attention to your employees and the stock will take care of itself. There is a reason the turnover rate is so unbelievably high. And finally SAFETY!!! None of us wants to get killed doing our job. You make it very easy for this to happen, and you leave it to the employees to figure it out.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 6 weeks – interviewed at Diebold in March 2015.
Phone Interview, It seemed to go well. I was asked to take a personality test afterward and not to contact them in the mean time. I took the test and got a rejection letter about a 6 weeks later.
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Diebold, Incorporated, was founded in 1859, and its early reputation was based solidly on its security expertise. Through the years, its award-winning capabilities have grown steadily to encompass both financial self-service solutions and services. Today, Diebold provides innovative, sophisticated, self-service delivery and security systems, all of which are backed by a ...
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