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Current and former employees report that Siemens provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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“A wide range of health insurance benefits are offered.”
“Vacation and paid time off are good.”
“it is really good for us”
Outstanding benefits and array of resources
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Siemens has a great benefit package.
good place for work and good benefits
Hi all I want to have a consultation on how to direct my career. I will describe my current situation and possible directions and I wish to see some guidance or suggestions from you. Im 38yrs. Got my PhD in Software defined Networking 3 yrs ago and since then I moved to industry Siemens as SDN expert supporting IT service management where I represent them to WAN providers. I left my 12 yrs exp in academia as salaries and chances were low and I have family to take care. Rest below
I have been getting help for my most recent bout with severe depression for weeks but this time things are extremely different. Nothing feels better. I don’t want to go back to work because I feel no better. It’s so bad that for the past few I’ve had dreams of my own demise, and it’s not all that bad (still better than waking up). I’m not going to hurt myself but this is creating more stress than I really need. Any ideas? Siemens stress should be declared a health hazard.
Great health insurance and perks
Worthless health insurance, almost $600. A month UnitedHealth pays nothing. As an employee your forced to have so called health insurance. Their Healthcare insurance is totally worthless.
Very comparable to other large companies
Great retirement and medical benefits
They had a good benefits package. There was also a health reimbursement program for gym equipment or gym / classes taken for about $300 / fy
Comprehensive insurance package, 6 weeks parental leave, unlimited PTO