On average, employees at Emerson Process Management give their company a 4.1 rating out of 5.0 - which is 8% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Emerson Process Management employees are Application Engineers submitting an average rating of 4.3 and Project Engineers with a rating of 3.8.
"Good company, great people and support from headquarters."
"I worked for Emerson Process since 1998 and took several positions there, and learn a lot and made good friends, it is good company to work."
"I have been with Emerson for 3+ years. Good people but lack of process. SDLC is not followed. Very frustrating."
"Good company to work in long term."
"I've worked for Emerson for 2 years. The work environment was very good, but the salary and the benefits were bad."
"I have been working with Emerson since last 6 years and it's been great time. I enjoy working on SIS systems."
"I have worked with Emerson since May 2013."
"I've been an employee for 15+ years and enjoy the people I get to work with. The company's commitment to quality is second to none."
"I have worked at Rosemount since 2008. I enjoy the company and the people. The salaries are known to be under the average but the benefit of profit sharing and flex-time make up for the difference."
"It's a great company to work with."
"I work as PMO change management team member controlling global developments and enhancements."
"I've worked with Emerson Process Management since 2001. They are a competitive company, so expect competitive pay and benefits, but the experience can't be beat. They put in place the best practices and use the latest technology."
"Very nice company. Good working environment for the employes."
"This company has some great people working for it, but their downfall lies within managing resources. Projects don't get released on time because they are poorly managed, and most of the people working here complain a lot because decisions are made without employee consideration at all. Many times they have asked people to stay later, or work on their days off (with no additional pay, or benefit to them), and they are extremely understaffed to be working on a project as big as they are, with their resources."
What do you like about working at Emerson Process Management?
"I enjoy a flexible schedule and am responsible for my own projects. My boss only wants to hear about problems. Otherwise I can make the decisions independently."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"I'd get everything in writing. Verbal promises don't necessarily materialize."
What don't you like about working at Emerson Process Management?
"There is no growth opportunity and no compensation for good work."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"Upper management needs to put the employees at a higher priority."
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