On average, employees at Siemens 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 Siemens employees are Systems Support Engineers submitting an average rating of 5.0 and Quality Managers with a rating of 4.7.See all Siemens reviews »
"Lots of smart and talented people. However, management does not have clear goals, so the employees have been overworked since the company was acquired by Siemens."
"Siemens is a German company and it is very obvious. Many levels and processes restrict the ability to get tasks accomplished timely. Decent pay, good benefits, little opportunity to make big commissions."
"It's been a pleasure working here."
"It was fun working here. I had to leave due to further studies."
"I had a good time working at Siemens and had lot of opportunity to work here."
"I am enjoying what I do. The people I work with are good. I enjoy the learning as I go (troubleshooting) aspect of things. The supervisor I have is a laid-back guy and one can tell he enjoys his job for the most part. The only things I see as a negative are that; as all good things, it will come to an end, and my commute (but I sort of expect it)."
"I've worked in Siemens PLM software in meshing and abstraction team and I have utmost respect to all my team members I have worked with. I have learned so much in three years under the guidance of many individuals at this. If I have to point out a con that would lack of HR presence and amount compensation awarded to individuals based on what they have accomplished in the company."
"I ran field service calls about 5 a day average. I traveled around the country doing the w2k windows migration from 98 to xp. I always got rave reviews and awards for my performance, I worked for Siemens for about 6 years or so until I eventually got laid off."
"I feel like I didn't get a fair opportunity to move up in the company."
"I am pretty much satisfied with my employer."
"Siemens Canada is a great company, but they might do a poor job in Saskatchewan -- they closed the Saskatoon Office, and I lost my job."
"working for Siemens in SaudI Arabia is a nightmare, PakistanI people are acting like organized MAFIA, you will have no place there unless you are a member of PakistanI MAFIA NETWORK."
"I've worked with Siemens Government Technology west area for over 11 years, servicing DHS (TSA, FPS, Court houses...etc.) This division has over 30 employees, servicing all Airports from category X to category 4, and representing diversity of OEM's X-Ray (smiths Detection, Rapiscan), WTMD (CEIA, Metorex), BLS (CEIA, Smiths Detection), and ETD (Smiths Detection, GE Itemiser)."
"Working at Siemens taught me a lot about energy and ways to preserve it."