On average, employees at Motorola Solutions give their company a 4.0 rating out of 5.0 - which is 5% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Motorola Solutions employees are Electronics Technicians submitting an average rating of 4.9 and Senior Electrical Engineers also with a rating of 4.9. Browse Motorola Solutions Reviews by Job Title →
"It was great environment to work in this company and i have improved a lot."
"Motorola was once a very strong company, however the current CEO is selling of parts of the company. I would not be surprised if they are not around in 5 years."
"Excellent engineers, great learning environment."
"I've worked for Motorola Solutions for many years. The company was focused on hardware and software, now it is transitioning to a hardware/software integration and services company. Most development work is being done offshore. Advancement is very limited with lots of recent layoffs."
"I have worked for 6 months as a consultant here."
"I've worked for this company for 14 years. This company was a 140K employees company. It is now a little over 10K employees organization. It seems that upper management had given up on this place, selling units instead of optimizing and finding ways to grow. The future as an independent entity seems more and more unfeasible every day."
"Great company to work for."
"Overall my experience with Motorola Solutions is good learning opportunity."
"Decently friendly environment. Loved my branch in Seattle but our partners in Illinois were not too great at communicating results and reports with our team."
"I have worked there for 15 years and its not the same company it used to be - not in a good way."
"It wasn't a bad place to work at. the benefits were great. My co-workers were friendly, and the pay was decent for the work required."
"I only worked at Motorola Solutions for 1 year but it was a great opportunity for experience."
"The work is good and the technology is quite challenging. Along with that, the people are really professional and talented."
"I started working for Motorola Solutions as an intern in audio engineering. I was offered a position as a full-time employee with my internship group doing electrical engineering. I was not allowed to shadow a senior employee at all once I started the job, and was quickly tasked with menial labor. Whenever I would ask my manager for more challenging or different work, I was told "everyone does the grunt work." I was laid off after 1-year along with 6 others in my team of 36."
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