66% would recommend to a friend
(1853 total reviews)
71% approve of CEO
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a year ago
Hi everyone! I have had seven years of experience in telcos (Nokia, ZTE) as an account manager and ten years of experience in the energy/sustainability industry (Schneider) as a sales, go-to-market, and marketing transformation leader. I am considering my next challenge and would love to work for Microsoft or Salesforce. But I am scared that my profile is not tech enough for these companies; I am a generalist, not a tech expert. What do you think?
a year ago
Wwyd? I have one offer from Schneider as a sr manager, one offer from Oliver Wyman as an associate, and I am also interviewing for Alvarez and Marsal’s sr associate role PEPI. Schneider and A&M are based out of Florida, but OW is based out of NYC. OW’s comp is about $16k less than Schneider not to mention that increase in taxes, cost of living, etc. I am very excited about A&M, but I’m still in the interview process so I know I cannot count on it. Schneider also wants confirmation asap. So wwyd
2 years ago
Hi All, 7 years of experience in IT , got offers from Accenture, TCS and Schneider. Accenture for 17.5 fixed and additional 0-27% variable pay. TCS including variable it’s 18LPA and Schneider offered 18.5 fixed and 15% hike. Which company do you suggest to join? I’m looking for good work life balance.Schneider Electric Accenture Tata Consultancy
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- "Very low pay for hauling 40k pound containers on busy streets for local and regional work" (in 143 reviews)
- "management is poor and focused on new employees more then main shop techs" (in 56 reviews)
- "Long hours and weekends at work and home." (in 23 reviews)
- "Base salary and the incentive structure is one of the lowest in the industry." (in 20 reviews)
- "Poor communication sometimes" (in 19 reviews)
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Updated Dec 2, 2023
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- 1.0Dec 2, 2023Customer Service RepresentativeCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearGreen Bay, WI
Good benefits. Raises are not worth it if you even get one
If you don’t get on your leaders good side or don’t seem to “fit” in they will literally be against you. Company is all about growing you which is the biggest joke around. They will keep you on your team if you are good to not loose you. Not much growth at all. Very condescending on their core values.
- 3.0Nov 29, 2023Process Analyst IIFormer EmployeeGreen Bay, WI
Large enough that there is plenty of opportunity for movement to expand your job experiences & skills. They do support this, as well.
Pay is under industry/role/location standards (whichever metric you look at) - Not division or role specific / across the company. NOT remote-friendly
- 2.0Nov 24, 2023InternshipFormer Employee, less than 1 yearGreen Bay, WI
Comfortable, average pay and average benefits.
The hiring process is atrocious. Treatment is never equal with interviewees. If you aren't their cup of tea just don't try.
- 3.0Nov 25, 2023Class A Cdl Truck DriverCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearSalt Lake City, UT
They'll train once you got your cdl, and they'll give anyone a chance.
Too many cooks spoil the food. They can micromanage a driver in a truck 2,000 miles away.
- 3.0Jul 15, 2023Local Intermodal DriverCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearDallas, TX
they don’t micromanage. Training and saftey is outstanding if you can abide and follow, common sense preceded (speaking for intermodal) Will let you work all the OT you need. Very very very flexible. Meets your needs when it comes to needing time off. Bosses/ dispatchers are cool all the time of the time. Will go above and beyond to accommodate your needs….. to the new driver this in my opinion is the absolute best place to start your career in driving.
Pay. They care more about the shareholders then the employees. Pay cut after pay cut. They butter your biscuit to make things seem good while continuously doing the opposite by passing the buck. As a regional driver, I have gotten more local loads… as a local driver I got A LOT of liveload/ unloads that make it impossible to get a good amount of loads for the day unless you work your 14 hr clock… same for regional with miles…. Best advice to new drivers, when you get your experience if you find a diamond in the rough for a job don’t hesitate to take it and never look back. This start was always just for the experience don’t forget that. If you leave the correct way and don’t like it you will always be welcomed back.Schneider Response5mo
Thank you for your review and honest feedback. We are glad you enjoyed our fantastic training and flexibility we offer! We work hard on a weekly basis to make sure all driver pay is competitive in the marketplace. Drive safe!
- 2.0Sep 17, 2023OTR Class A Truck DriverCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearCharlotte, NC
They always have loads. New trucks. The right attitude towards safety.
Most trailers are in terrible condition and always have a defect and issue. Low payment for miles. Constant pressure on the driver. Some instructors are not friendly and arrogant. The managers don’t care about the driver, you are a means for them to achieve their own goals, there is no sense of team. Bureaucratic structure of the company. Working with them in constant stress.Schneider Response2mo
Thanks for the review! Our driver leaders and all associates work for our drivers. You are the backbone of this company and we appreciate all of our driver's hard work. We know trucking can be tough and that's why we have a huge initiative to make the driver experience even better at Schneider.
- 3.0Jul 28, 2023OTR Truck Driver - Dry Van NationalFormer Employee, less than 1 yearPortland, OR
Schneider is a decent enough company, to help you get your foot through the door and get some industry experience. The health benefits were good. The company is very safety-focused. Nobody ever pressured me to drive dangerously, like into weather I wasn't comfortable handling. They want you to follow the rules, stay out of trouble, and above all - communicate.
I hated the first truck they gave me - it broke down every two weeks. Lots of old, messed-up trailers, like nobody ever pre-trips b/c there's no financial incentive for the drivers to deal with mechanical problems or bad tires. You'll be working for a giant rookie-hiring corporation, so don't expect good pay or good loads. I applied for an OTR lower 48 position, but that was a lie - all of their OTR dry van solo driver jobs are just regional. I wanted to see the rest of the country, but mostly I just got to see the I-10 between Phoenix and Sacramento.Schneider Response5mo
We appreciate your review! Schneider is happy to help people start their truck driving careers and then provide continuous training so it's a safe, successful and long one too. Drive safe.
- 2.0Nov 5, 2023Class A Truck DriverFormer Employee
Position itself was relatively easy (flatbed).
Upper management and dispatcher weren't good at their jobs Account that I worked on had poor organizational skills for loadsSchneider Response3w
Thank you for your feedback and review. We review pay weekly to make sure it's competitive in the marketplace. We have an open door policy and always want to hear from our drivers. Take care.
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Schneider has an overall rating of 3.5 out of 5, based on over 1,978 reviews left anonymously by employees. 66% of employees would recommend working at Schneider to a friend and 55% have a positive outlook for the business. This rating has decreased by -2% over the last 12 months.
66% of Schneider employees would recommend working there to a friend based on Glassdoor reviews. Employees also rated Schneider 3.2 out of 5 for work life balance, 3.6 for culture and values and 3.7 for career opportunities.