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Good Career opportunity and development

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  • Senior Management
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Current Employee - Vice President General Manager  in  Nashville, TN
Current Employee - Vice President General Manager in Nashville, TN

I have been working at Schneider Electric

Pros

Reputable, strong, well established global company

Cons

Business model transition will be challenging for next several years

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Focus on the customer

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    Schneider Electric gets it

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Nashville, TN
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Nashville, TN

    I have been working at Schneider Electric

    Pros

    Trully re-invented itself as an energy and sustainibility player
    Clear compass: Take care of the customer / take care of employees

    Cons

    Global company can mean lots of airplane time

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    A good company with great people but often too large to move quickly

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    Former Employee - Sales Executive  in  Charlotte, NC
    Former Employee - Sales Executive in Charlotte, NC

    I worked at Schneider Electric

    Pros

    Industry leader, Innovative, Great employees, exceptional senior management, wide variety of products and services focused around electricity in some way shape or form. With the old brands of Square D, Telemecanique, Merlin Gerin, and the acquisitions of APC, TAC, Juno, and PELCO Schneider can effectively provide the entire infrastructure for a new facility, from electrical, security, building automation, and lighting/controls.

    Cons

    Through the last decade Schneider Electric in the U.S. was "right sized" many times, stretching their workforce thinner and thinner. The company in many locations is doing multiple times the amount of business than they were ten years ago, with half or even a fourth of the staff they had 10 years ago. The overall morale of the employees has suffered and great talent has been lost to better opportunities.

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    Hire additional people!

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