"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."
"Very good company, and good position, very challenging."
"Won't spend money on current software licenses.No room for advancement in software engineering.No opportunity to learn anything new!Compensation was fair.Most coworkers were great."
"Siemens is a great company, however this division is not reflective of Siemens as a whole. I believe that the business that was being conducted was not normal within the US organization and so we were stood apart from the parent. This separation was highly unusual in my opinion and took away from the great company that Siemens with regard to resources and opportunity."
"It's a great place to work lots of talent in that company and all of them are very friendly. I liked the most their bonus program and retirement plan. Their management team is top notch and are down to earth. I wish I can go back and work for them again. I still have have good friends that work there. They also offer a good education program for those seeking higher education skills. I was studying for my masters while being employed by them. They company has lots of respect for the individual."
"I have worked with Siemens since 2006. I worked my way up from analyst to segment controller/plant controller. Siemens makes some awesome products, but its bureaucracy gets in its way - way too many layers of sr. management in the US and Germany (way too many headquarters) making decision for business they just know by e-mail or PowerPoint. It's a true example of why matrix organizations don't work!"
"I worked for Siemens for 5 years. I finished many projects including SCADA projects, Level 2 projects and MES projects. This company is a international company, so I often traveled to the other countries."
"I would prefer not to comment on this position."