"Sour Grapes At Sauer-Danfoss"
What do you like about working at Danfoss?
"The people at Sauer-Danfoss would good to work with in general. There is a high degree of flexibility in getting your work done. The team work there is appreciable, but not outstanding. There is often conflict between business units that has to be resolved in order to get work done. This is especially true between the US and European facilities."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"AThis company would is not somewhere I would count on establishing a career and a retirement plan at."
What don't you like about working at Danfoss?
"As a recent member of the massive layoffs at Sauer-Danfoss, I did not appreciate the process by which I was notified that I was being let go. Sauer-Danfoss had always touted itself as being a company that valued their employees as an important resource, and even delcares that idea in the Compass Values. This certainly was not demonstrated during the layoff process."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"When the layoffs commenced, there was a definite indicator that more Indians than chiefs were being let go. Management got off on the wrong foot by getting too big for their britches when the company went IPO (i.e., purchasing an electric drives company when it was clearly not our core competency). Mid level management people were being shuffled around to sayve them, while the rank and file, tenured and dedicated non-management employee got the axe."
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