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Ericsson are a good company to work for overall, they look after their staff. There is little micro management in the filed which is good. We work as a small team in the field so the team are close and helpful. Salary is good when allowances are added but basic salary is poor for the skills and work you do.
Always learning on the job
Poor basic salary and not easy to get a promotion
Whole Operations department got TUPE'd over to Ericsson in 2016/2017. To make good on the contract they shipped our jobs out to India where labour is dirt cheap. Ericsson did not really care for us properly whilst we transferred over. We were seen as just a temporary commodity to be "care taken" until they could make good on their contract by making us redundant in the UK. No real opportunities for the majority of staff to move into within the Ericsson organisation itself. Would never work for this employer again!
Global company with endless opportunities to work in different countries, different job roles and with various type of stakeholders. Working in Finance you can work for this company your entire work life and still be challenged every day to learn new things.
This is a great company to work for as it looks after its employees fairly and with good career prospects.
I have worked with Ericsson in many places and it has a great professional and family friendly culture. The career opportunities are plenty but you need tonwork hard fro them.
Ericsson is a good company to work but curtain role can be very stressfull due nature of the work load and expectation from the management. Ericsson is one of th biggest telecom vendor and leading the 5G technology ahead of other competitors.
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Ericsson is a good company to work for. The culture in the office is relaxed but can be very pressurised at certain times when big projects are on going. The management tends to be very hands on which is great. the hardest part of the job depending on your role would be that your are expected to put in the hours needed when their is a big role out on going which can then conflict with your home life balance especially if you have young children. the most rewarding part of the job was seeing your hard work come into fruition once the role out complete.