Siemens Review Data
12 total review submissions
|Buffalo Grove||Program was very structured and interns have the freedom to…||Not everyone got a full-time offer at a the end of the…|
|2019||1st Year Analyst||Seattle||Healthcare||* The people are great to work with and the atmosphere is…||* There doesn't appear to be much room for growth in…|
|2015||1st Year Analyst||Munich||Generalist||Great perks
|Work not as interesting, just industrials
|2019||3rd+ Year Analyst||Charlotte||Industrials||Great work life balance, cool product, invests in…||So-so salary for finance world. As with any large…|
|2019||Student / Prospective Monkey||Munich||Treasury||Good work-life balance. Home office days every week. The…||Salaries for non-germans are lower, with no promotion…|
|2019||Senior Consultant||London||Management Consulting||The corporate structure is flat making it easy to do…||The office politics and trying to reach some stakeholders…|
|2017||Intern||Malvern||N/A||Really friendly and laid-back interview process. The Human…||I have heard nothing back while some peers have been denied…|
|2017||Intern||Chicago||Corporate Finance||-Real work experience, they'll make you prove yourself…||-not everyone is work focused, many employees are content…|
|2011||Guangzhou||Energy||Great team. Nice colleagues and manager.||Workload pretty light.|
|2014||Intern||Atlanta||N/A||- The co-workers are great. They genuinely take young…||- It is corporate finance work: pretty slow.
|2001||Engineer||Vancouver||Engineering||- The best thing about Siemens was the stability of the…||- The worst thing about Siemens was the huge bureaucracy…|
|2012||Intern||Buffalo Grove||FLDP||the Great work life balance is great. 40-50 hours a week…||Not enough work, repetitive, limits on professional…|
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