"Motorola solutions is good company to work for. Nice benefits package."
"Overall, Motorola has been an exciting learning experience. The position I hold is vastly different from roles I've had previously and this was a challenge for me, which has been rewarding.I find that the overall communication within the organization is lacking and while I am motivated and a self-starter, I find that often there is not good direction from superiors; we often only receive vague or generalized instruction and are offered little to no help if we ask for more direction."
"Working at Motorola has had a lot of up and downs. I kind of don't want to leave the company. But when you go for years with little to no pay raise... it makes it hard to stay with them. What frustrates me is that the last few years the company has made record profits, but yells at its employees for not making the CEO projected sales. On top of that he would blame the fact we don't get raises and bonuses because of this."
"Never got integrated into the organization working remotely."
"Good job, good experience."
"I worked for Motorola for a long time and found it is a great company to work for."
"I started my work as software engineer intern for summer '13. I was very excited to start working with team. Team welcomed me with open heart and provided me the necessary inputs on the job that should be done. Encouraged me to do new things for the intern project."
"I've worked for Motorola for half a year. I found it was really a good company."
"It's a good company to work for if you have a family already, but the job can get boring after a while. Too much bureaucracy in getting the work done sometimes."
"Big company, lot's of good ideas flowing around but little gets done. Sucks to be contractor in there."
"For a long time, one of the premier US communications engineering companies and place for a young engineer to learn their craft well. Now, in part due to the slowly evolving government comm sector and also outsourcing of engineering, the company offers far less in the way of opportunities apart from entry level skills. Company's radio products are becoming cookie cutter variety. Staff engineers do not listen to ideas from younger engineers. Mired in the politics of survival, MSI is in a slow death spiral because of its leadership's take the money and run mindset."
"Great group of people, but the SLT needs to be replaced if this company wants to truly succeed. The SLT has a habit of being penny wise and pound foolish with their investments in systems and associates alike. They often hide behind catch phrase management slogans but do little else to truly lead their organizations. The middle management team is where the real talent and drive is, but often get crushed by the politics of 30 yr + Vice Presidents that know nothing else but life at Motorola."
"I have worked at GDC4S for 7 years and they pay well but the atmosphere is declining and their work is decreasing."
"I have worked for Motorola Solutions for 13 years. It is a progressive company with a great deal of talented people."