On average, employees at Parker Hannifin give their company a 3.8 rating out of 5.0 - which is equal to the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Parker Hannifin employees are Design Engineers submitting an average rating of 4.9 and Contractors with a rating of 4.5.
"Run, run away fast."
"Very corrupt system, with discrimination everywhere. Poor management and engineering, corporate culture of unethical practice and if you object you never get management support. Big gang game. You go there, stay there, no growth. There are insiders that are doing bad practice. HR is famous for what they do in not supporting employees."
"Technically new in FPGA development."
"I started working for Parker in 1979. The only company I have worked for after graduating from college. They are a great company with great employees. It has been a very rewarding and exciting 35 years with Parker. The last 15 years I have been focused on innovating new hydraulic products and it has been great. Parker empowers their employees to push themselves, and I have."
"Parker-Hannifin is a large global organization. The corporate strategies are similar to most large companies. Injection molding however is new to this corporation and they are still working to incorporate those strategies into this branch of the business."
"Very much enjoying working with Parker Hannifin Aerospace division."
"I'd worked at Parker Hannifin in Brazil and I had an opportunity to visit Parker Hannifin in USA. They are two different companies because of quality, work environment and how people work."
"Great company to work with. I worked in their Hydraulic Hose division. The products are good. Factory and other department support is really good. If you get a good manager, this is a company where you can work for a long duration, and company will appreciate that."
"I've worked for Parker Aerospace for 8 years. They try to be a good company, but it seems like they promote those that do less. I've seen it countless times. Overall, not a horrible place to work, though."
"The North Haven facility of Parker is unbelievably poorly managed. The cabal of untalented managers prey on hapless newbies lying to them constantly, engaging in self serving politics, taking credit for all the "good" and blaming the defenseless for all the "bad" decisions they make. It is the worst run place I've ever heard of. The only way to advance under most managers is to offer kickbacks, bribes, or blackmail them - not the kind of place for anyone with even a shred of integrity."
"Parker is a good company overall, many divisions/groups operate almost as separate companies with different personalities."
"I've been working at Parker as a contractor from December 2010. The contract was for 6 months. I live in Van Nuys and Parker is in Irvine (60 miles). Very good company to work for."
"I've worked at Parker for over 10 years. My peers are awesome, work environment acceptable, but upper and CxOs place so much emphasis on reducing IT costs (head count) that available resources are woefully inadequate to maintain the unnecessary complexity resulting from standing up new technology (NEVER less than 5 years) around old standards. The most frequent reason for introducing new technology is EOL! Lotus Notes, COBOL, WebFOCUS, and business groomed CxOs making core technology decisions."
"I started out as a maintenance mechanic started date 3-2-92 at $ 16.00 an hr and left making $ 75,000 a year."
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