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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?
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
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 138 reviews)
- "management is poor and focused on new employees more then main shop techs" (in 56 reviews)
- "Poor communication sometimes" (in 22 reviews)
- "Base salary and the incentive structure is one of the lowest in the industry." (in 21 reviews)
- "Long hours and weekends at work and home." (in 21 reviews)
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- 3.0Mar 17, 2018Inter-modalCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearMillbury, MA
Great people to work with ! On road training was very useful ! Class room time was a wast! Some one at Schneider behind a desk thought it would be a great idea to place truck drivers behind a desk for one week to learn absolutely nothing for 8 hrs only to receive home work to do at the end of the day!
Very low pay and they lie about pay , it’s not possible to make 82,000 like they claim. You will most likely make 65,000 . Class room time required in Chicago 500.00 for training hours ,during flying and at airport not paid! You may be asked to drive the company van with classmates for free during training ! Not cool ! Schneider wants you to do the right thing and be honest .... they lie and rip people off with many free hours worked!2Schneider Response5y
Thanks for the review! We care for each and every one of our drivers so we evaluate pay weekly. We're sorry if you had an experience that didn't meet our high standards. Thanks for sharing and take care.
- 2.0Dec 15, 2021Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
The people here are great
Having great people doesn’t mean the job makes sense, or enough money to over look the glaring problems.