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If you're an Engineer, this is the place for you. Unfortunately I'm not an engineer. There is very little growth opportunity without and engineering degree. The pay is extremely low for the area. There is a fairly robust benefits package but unfortunately I cannot pay my mortgage and bills with them.
Vacation, hours, overall work/life balance
Very low pay
Una multinazionale gestita male, dove sei solo un numero ed esistono reparti di serie a e reparti di serie b, con pretese assurde. Poco tempo libero, in quando richiedono disponibilità a lavorare anche i sabati. L’ambiente di lavoro freddo e logorante peggiora la situazione.
Stipendio e straordinari pagati
Pessimo ambiente, formazione inesistente, devi annullarti per lavorare lì
Laid back work place with casual dress code. Great benefits and good money. The supervisors are easy to work and will work for shift deviations of something comes up and you need time off.
free lunch from time to time
So basically day one you set through an orientation and take a tour of the building you won’t ever go to this orientation is directly directed towards the employees at what I like to call the White House or Building 3 they feed you and tell you about yoga, ping pong tournaments, the great cafeteria, volleyball, the gym, taking walks, the importance of being able to relax and Gary and Mings vision of a happy work environment. Smoke and mirrors is all they’re telling you if you’re a warehouse employee it’s two completely different worlds and you’re an absolute number in the warehouse or building 5 and you learn that quickly. Typically it’s very easy money though I will say I’ve never seen more of a failure in a system than their warehouse so a lot of milk time so bring your cookies but they’re starting to veer towards an Amazon warehouse environment and regime. But the difference is the people who run the warehouse appear to be a little to small for their britches and aren’t built for management especially after the money they hemorrhaged in 2019 with unnecessary overtime that pushed them way beyond their budget but building 3 is out of sight so they assume everything is necessary which is really not absolutely no more production was made with their large amounts of overtime than if everybody would’ve been sent home on time. Also everything sounds great like they care about their employees which they care about the big boy building employees but theirs a lot of fine print that you learn that makes you realize you’re a number in the warehouse unlike what they promote your worth - mere...
Pros: good benefits, good products, Below are strictly for ERP IT - good to start your career, good if you are in your final years of retirement and don't have any drive left for work, good if you have passion for something else besides the work, you will get lots of time to follow your personal life goals, salary is not great but average based on the market If you are below mediocre at analytical skills and the ERP knowledge; just want to come at 9 and leave at 4.30; do not have any passion for work, then this is the right Company and great team (ERP) for you. If you are a good analyst then they will keep you as an analyst for rest of your life, but if you are pathetic as an analyst then you will get promoted if you can JUST do the talking Cons: These cons are strictly for ERP IT- No growth opportunity for the deserving candidates, All the managers suck up to the management so if you have different opinion you will be shut down 80% of the ERP Managers don't know the ERP system so if you are good a good ERP Analyst then god bless you with your review and growth opportunities You don't need to know the ERP to grow in your career, you just need to be able to talk in descent English (still there are some managers who don't even speak proper English and suck at managing people which will also make you wonder what got them to that position) If you are the one who can troubleshoot and fix the issue quickly this is not the company for you If you don't know Oracle ERP but know how to create the SRs to fix the issue and make it SEV1 and provide visibility to the - mere...
Interessante Zusammenarbeit im internationalen Umfeld und in einem spannenden zukunftsweisenden Technologiethema. Weitestgehend freie Gestaltung der Aufgaben innerhalb gesetzter Rahmenbedingungen. Offene Unternehmenskultur über die Hierarchien hinweg.
The work I did in facilities was a mix of easy, interesting and demeaning. They're understanding when family life gets in the way. Good benefits too. Downside is Management allow no input from you..its their way only. Their skin is all that matters. They do not back you up in work related issues. Rank and file employees are good to work with.
Management has a hard time filling out paperwork on time. If you don't work on actual products your chances of being promoted are slim. Otherwise, it is a friendly and nice place to work with good food.
Flexible work hours
Productive and fun place. Would recommend. I worked in the aviation department, but there are 5 departments depending on what your desire is. Most people where I worked where under 30 years old so needless to say there are a lot of young people here.
This is a call centre, that means you are at your desk for your shift, listening to people complain, if you cant manage that then this is not for you. Overall the pay is ok and the benefits are good, however the management expect alot from call agents and drive you to achivee this.
When you first start your training at Garmin, everything seems great. A one hour lunch, 9 to 5:30pm Monday to Friday, no weekends, You're told of all the benefits that come with the job. Your colleagues in Product Support are friendly and approachable, and you're given time to learn the products you'll be supporting for customers. But all of this is a charade, hiding deep structural issues you'll soon be on the receiving end of. Team morale in this company is shockingly low. The disconnect between the management and the lower staff are worlds apart. Management actually engages with office gossip about other members of staff, there is a culture of intimidation, fear and bullying at the very top of Product Support. If you can't hold your own in the face of this environment, they will walk all over you. In the time that I was at Garmin, I saw other much younger colleagues who weren't as confident in themselves, get treated like a doormat. I heard some pretty vicious rumours being spoken openly in the breakout room about a particular member of staff for months. The worst part about this is, even the HR team are in on this and they don't care. They're friends who've known each other for years and they don't care about the optics its gives out when the HR manager is at the watercooler with the Product Support head giggling like a pair of schoolgirls and talking about others. Hardly gives you an assurance if you are to make any formal complaint. And that is what I recommend you don't do. If you have to do this job for the money, keep your head down and don't raise a complaint - mere...