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"A very educational place to work."

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Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Phoenix, AZ
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Phoenix, AZ
Recommends
No opinion of CEO

Pros

Great pay and benifits. Very good training programs. Good tech support from the factory. Skills learned are easly transfered to other branches.

Cons

A lack of training of the sales staff about the automation systems. Most systems cost more to install than planned.

Advice to Management

A lack of training of the sales staff about the automation systems. Most systems cost more to install than planned. Management needs to retrain the sales staff on the controls systems.

Other Employee Reviews for Ingersoll Rand

  1. Helpful (3)

    "So much Potential but no Strategy or Financial Commitment by Leadership to get there"

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    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Senior Financial Analyst in Davidson, NC
    Current Employee - Senior Financial Analyst in Davidson, NC
    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    3 weeks VaCa, 10 holidays, 401k 6% match dollar for dollar, fully vested < 5 yrs, standards benefits for family is about $160 for top of the line program w/o vision. Room for growth but choose you role wisely. good mgrs are hit and miss

    Cons

    HR limits job hopping to 18 mos for all individual-contributor roles, salary is non-negational if you bring in offer(s) from outside - they will let talent walk right out. Work is volatile, Company lacks direction, always changing but not for good, poor knowledge sharing & communication behind functions and corporate. If an employee turns over, HR & MGR are very slow to hire (avg. 4-6 mos) if they even hire then - company likes to claim head count productivity. HR function is a complete mess - uninformed and they think they are business partners. Financials systems are a nightmare - HFM resources and support are not even funny how terrible they are. Actuals CY, PY, AOP, FCST all in different cubes, lack of communication with business critical information around reporting.

    Advice to Management

    If you want to be strategic, hire PMOs to carry out the plan instead of current workforce. The Agile project is going to fail b/c employees will turnover due to work/life balance, SMART transformation project will fail b/c I.T. is being outsourced and financial support is lacking, the countermeasure A3/A4 process will go down in flames b/c MGT doesn't even know what metrics they want and the workforce is getting frustrated with the churn.


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    Former Employee - Operator in Pueblo, CO
    Former Employee - Operator in Pueblo, CO
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    no pressure to complete task as long as you are doing it timely

    Cons

    they moved manufacturing to Mexico

    Advice to Management

    Have fun with that Mexico thing

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