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ALWAYS laying people off. This Company doesn't care about its employees. Even when they get all the tax write-offs. The bean counters run this place.
They lost the job culture. I have known people that have worked there for many years but for the last three or four years they couldn't sleep because of all the layoffs. They finally got laid off and I am now in business for themselves. The CEO of the ones who are making the money they simply don't care for other employees. I don't know anyone who has retired from Motorola. This used to happen often back in the 80's and 90"s. This doesn't happen anymore, they lay you off, to hire someone for less pay. This company has gone downhill for many years.
A typical day at work was fast paced and multi-task intensive. I have learned to work with various cross-functional teams to provide solutions to customer needs all over the world.. The workplace culture is diverse and positive. The hardest part of the job is work life balance. The most enjoyable part of the job is engaging with customers and providing quality customer service and solutions.
work like balance
Strong mix of experienced and inexperienced talent. Plenty of work to go around. Everyone marches to the same beat. Could use more emphasis on personal career growth.
Strong product line. Very successful business.
Not much variance in the day-to-day stuff.
This was my first job. I started as a Technical Support Engineer and was promoted to Manager of Support. Moved into Quality Management and later into Project Management. Motorola always fostered employee growth and career advancement
Motorola was a excellent place to be employed, from the work place to the people. Each manager took interest in what was best for their employees and listened to what they had to say. They groom you to move forward and care about you and your career. The way they handle work/life balance was one of the greatest benefits of working for Motorola, it made you want to go to work each day knowing that they had your best interest in mind. The hardest thing was watching the company spiral down and the loss of great employees.
work life balance
the commute limitations/restrictions
Welcoming fresh without working experience is idle for this organization. employers are friendly. gaining knowledge and experience from motorola is more and worth. Leaned Six-Sigma, friendly workplace culture, a typical day at work, learning new technologies, fun place, and competitive environment. Good management and leadership
Flexi working hour
Lack of training
Great place advance yourself and be part of a overall vision of communication, people very welcoming and helpful.Manager look for the best in you and also help you in your areas of improvement
always changing environment
they hire only as contractors 2 years max
Exposure to 6 sigma Project Management added to my exposure to PMP Project Management. Friendly and collaborative group of professionals creating new radio products. Excellent exposure to failure analysis, agency requirements, production of user manuals and repair manuals. Design to manufacturing process of charging systems for portable radio units. Working with engineers and manufacturers both local and foreign to produce products that pass extensive and rigorous testing requirements. Best part of working at Motorola was the environment that encouraged learning. Worst part was the ending of my contract, wish I could still work there.
Company is Ok from the work and technology part of it. The salary and benefits are OK. Not much to expect from the work balance side and the Job-security part of it