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What Employees Say
I have been working at Ingersoll Rand full-time
Have been with the organization for more than a decade and that speakes for itself .. it has been one of the very good organizations I have worked in. Very good work culture, management enables... employees to have good work life balance and the definitely lot of good challenging work.
Nothing much .. so far so good!
I worked at Schuler full-time for more than 3 years
The people there are great to work with, very friendly, and accepted me as a part of the group from day one. Middle management has a hands off management style... they help you when you need it, but... don't micro manage. The company has a great work-life balance and has outings and events to break up the monotony of every day work, such as chili cook-offs and Oktoberfest celebrations. The benefits package is nice and even my doctor told me that I had really good health insurance. Overall, if it weren't for a few small issues, I would have never left the company. The raises and end-of-the-year bonuses are also a nice perk.
Unless you're of German descent and male, you're not going to go too far in the company. The President is definitely a chauvinist, who only cares about his "boy's club". I've seen a female director... get completely ignored by the president of the company so that he could talk to the men about less important issues. Also, there is not a lot of room for advancement in the company.
Advice to Management
Stop treating women like second-class citizens.