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"Management at the Eaton India Engineering Center"

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Former Employee - Senior Engineer in Pune (India)
Former Employee - Senior Engineer in Pune (India)
Doesn't Recommend
Negative Outlook
Disapproves of CEO

I worked at Eaton full-time (More than 5 years)

Pros

The Eaton India Engineering Center is financially strong. Has a lot of employees.
Geographical location is at a good special economic zone.

Cons

Incompetent and professionally impotent management. Will support growth of only incapable people – since capable and courageous people cannot be controlled by a incompetent and professionally impotent management. Are keen on capable, talented, knowledgeable and initiative taking employees to leave the company. Management wants to make the Eaton India Engineering Center a swamp than a growing and flowering filed. So – only people who can do this are encouraged. Do I need to say more?

Advice to Management

Wake Up. Get better or get beaten and be thrown out. You cannot survive this way for long. You cannot keep on promoting a swamp – because a swamp only breeds disease carrying insects like mosquitoes.

Other Employee Reviews for Eaton

  1. "So So"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    large fortune 500 experience, flexible hours, green company, tuition reimbursements , on site cafe, on site gym, generally good co workers

    Cons

    no room for professional growth in department, outdated equipment, no communication from top mgmt, department is looked down upon by others within the organziation


  2. Helpful (1)

    "Company with potential"

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    Former Employee - Director of Operations
    Former Employee - Director of Operations

    Pros

    In terms of compensation in the executive ranks, I cannot complain, they are competitive. Depending on division/operation, you do have the ability to manage medium to large operations. You even have an opportunity to manage globally if you can make it up beyond the Operations level.

    Cons

    HR has more voice than most other companies, but if you have a weak HR person then whatever management wants, goes. Leaders, depends on what clique you are from determines to some extent your longevity. Overall, they tend to reward mediocre talent at times and overlook those in the trenches really making it happen.

    Advice to Management

    Lot of good talent. Need to invest in tools that help the mfg. operations work, like lets all get on one MRP system and not have 5-10 different systems in an operation with the only thing linked being the financial system.

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