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Very political and poorly managed company. It’s a relaxed company because there’s no vision and support from the managements. Redundancy is high due to a political culture. Staff is not their highest concern where top managers doesn’t listen to employees voices. There’s no trust, team work or transparency in the company.
Extremely poor management
management is good.they are give opportunity, involving new technology, Alstom is taking care of each employee and benefits,team building,training of new technology.
free food upto work on company, free vechicle
Management is on a bi yearly rotational basis and each manager contradicts the previous managers ideals, work ethic and priorities thus leaving alstom in a constant state of chasing it's own tail. The pay is good and if you can ignore the internal politics, you'll have a job for as long as you can mentally withstand the carousel of management.
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Projects are poorly managed, management cannot make any decisions which makes day to day tasks very difficult. I had to design things over and over again due to managers disagreeing, intercommunicating and changing their minds. There are a lot of managers from Europe that come and go constantly and language barriers are very real.
Poor Management Lack of organisation Its back to the 70's Good and bad people HR not available Not willing to change Leadership built on aggression , bullying and closed ears. Production staff stick together and work in packs to destroy anyone who has a different approach
People stuck in the 70's
Alstom was bought by General Electric. General Electric purchased Alstom, and resulted in the company downsizing significantly. Many of the offices in the US have been closed, and many of the ones still open are downsizing, and could be closed in the future
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Alstom was a great work place with amazing growth opportunities. People from different functions were very cooperative, management was very supportive and encouraged career advancement
1. Better and secured company to work with a positive motivation all around. 2. Learned to work without any compromise to quality and time. 3. Well supportive management with a broad mind to help and teach. 4. Better organization culture giving respect and considering values of each and every individual. 5. Need to deliver maximum quality and consistent performance throughout. 6. Management culture and infrastructure tends to work more easily and efficiently.
Free liquid refreshments
One of the best company when it comes to Electrical Power EPC contractor. Multi-cultural company, provides local and international training for the staffs. Great company to join with.
Providing good salary & benefits
I have worked here twice and have found the environment a good place to be. Wish I could have found my way to retirement within the company. That is my only regret. The mixture of people make for a great path forward to engaging many new ideals and cultures. Was a growing experience in many great ways. Good luck in applying.
Sometimes can be disorganized with confusing direction
Poor management, arrogant attitude towards clients, senior management push a culture of blame downwards to find a scapegoat. No employee development and a culture of over-time as part of the norm. You're likely to find residents in the cubicles as late as 10pm on any given weekday.
Free gym membership
Long hours, low job security and non-existent avenues for advancement, toxic culture
This company is very different from its competition like Siemens and ABB. HR is a joke hear. I have been working with the company for last 3 years but i have never spoken with my HR manager. Promotion policy for employees is piece of garbage. It is all within the group. If you don't belong to the group forget about your career progression. The company does have a lot of technical expertise but bureaucratic processes are unable to motivate the good people.
Not much work pressure, technical growth if you are lucky to work with an expert