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"I love working at ABB. I get along with all of my coworkers and respect my managers. I love what I do and my promotions are appreciated. But my personal situation has recently changed and I now need to reduce my 156 miles per day commute considerably."
"ABB is one of the greatest companies to work for as long as the job is full time. They provide a good training program and really take care of their employees. The work culture is not stressful and hours are flexible."
"Awesome culture to work with, flexible and family-oriented company. Management always aware and takes care of the employees. Everyone has a voice and managers are accessible and easy to talk too."
"Good company, well positioned."
"Great experience with the current company."
"I've worked for ABB for 14 years. It has been a strong company in the industry of industrial electric motors and gearboxes. The Belton Plant keeps around 130-140 employees and has a tremendous safety record of 20+ years without a lost time accident. Overall a good place to work and grow your career."
"I worked in this company for 2 years. It was a great experience as it is an international and very important company that works with technology and takes care of its employees. I hold a great relationship with my managers and co-workers, which made it easier to perform a good job every day."
"Good company for entry engineers."
"I worked for ABB from 2013 to 2019."
"No Comments to provide at this time."
"I have worked for ABB in South Boston, VA for six months. Recently the company has had some complications leading to a lay-off including 113 people. I was included in the lay-off. I do not feel as if I can give an accurate judgement on the company base on the time I have spent with them. However, the pay was fair and I enjoyed working with the people there."
"ABB was a fine company that allowed me to start as a simple line worker still in school, and move up to a desk internship in just one year. The people, connections and experience I made at ABB would prove very valuable as I start my career in the field."
"I work for the Mechanical Division under Baldor Dodge Reliance. This part of the company is struggling for talent as of late, including HR, Management, Engineering, and General machinists/operators. There seem to be some money management issues within our facility in Greenville, SC, But apart from that, I enjoy my job. There is too much nepotism which is amplifying the talent management issues. Due to new Bidding and promotion rules from the current HR manager, Competency and performance are not weighed or acknowledged, creating an upward flow of dysfunction within the facility."
"The management team has no vision."
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