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April 23, 2019

What is the company culture at Diebold Nixdorf?

Pros

Good work culture Nice Medical insurance company don't support long working hours Work-life balance

Cons

No Flexible Working hours Senior management strategy quite fluctuating legacy system issues

Good work culture

April 23, 2019

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April 10, 2019

What is the hiring process like at Diebold Nixdorf?

Pros

The people are great, and you'll build a lot of great relationships across the company. There is a cafeteria and a Starbucks on site. You'll get standard vacation time and sick pay. They also offer medical insurance, dental, and vision at the employees expense.

Cons

You're not able to work from home whatsoever. They're on a hiring freeze so when people leave, we don't replace them, but rather absorb the worload. They expect you to work overtime to make up for the unrealistic workloads you're given. They decided to take away our merit raises this year and since we're already working for minimal pay compared to industry standard, it's a kick in the teeth. They also don't want you to retire, because they revoked the 401(k) match "temporarily." Management is poor, they're not trained well to handle situations, and micro-management is the "normal" here. Good luck ever moving up and out, once you're in a chair, you're likely to stay there for a long time.

Advice to Management

Your opinions aren't always "right." Take time to listen to your employees ideas rather than forcing your ideas and ways down their throats. Treat people with respect, it will go a very long way. Also, working from home is not "bad" in every case. Occasionally working from home because you're sick should be allowed, seeing that every aspect of my job can be done from home.

They're on a hiring freeze so when people leave, we don't replace them, but rather absorb the worload.

April 10, 2019

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