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Nokia team was good to work with, but poor communications between clients and general contractor technicians and management . Went from A+ to D- stats
There truly are very many really innovative and futuristic "visioned" people who work here. When able to get into one of these veins, the work is incredibly fulfilling as you see your programs come to life and used daily in the consumer telecommunications market.
Most technical roles are offsored to low cost countries. More opportunities in Project Management roles. Corporate shift to outsource most all mid to low level positions.
Working at Nokia was a great learning experience. I have learned from Inside plant, Outside plant and construction, fiber splicing, testing and installations Working conditions was great. Team spirits very high at Nokia. Hardest part of work was relying on other parties to ensure timelines are met. Most enjoyable time was when timelines were met and all third parties was comfortable with the outcome.
Worst experience in my entire career. I was working about 50-60 hours a week, every week. The work environment is toxic in Dallas. Not only I felt completely isolated but also unappreciated, overworked and humiliated by a boss who had unrealistic expectations and unreasonable demands. I was miserable. HR is very disorganized and pretty much unavailable. HR is awful and it’s full of people who will look down to you.
Good pay and benefits
No support (a figure it out approach to everything), awful boss, unsupportive HR, toxic culture full of snobs
Scooped up ALU to get their hands on Bell Labs and put us all to the curb within 18 months. Employees are treated like garbage, especially women. My manager was the biggest narcissistic, incompetent, insecure chauvinist pig I’ve ever worked for in my life.
Great culture but politics and leadership make it hard to implement something that brings value. As a big company, the Moo is very complex, however, the people are very friendly and always willing to help. The job can be very stressful given the bad company sotiation.
The work-life balance is second to none. The day usually begins with conference calls with team members or external partners from multiple timezones. Towards the afternoon conference calls begin to thin out and I'm able to concentrate on working on tangible deliverables like contracts, project plans, or developing frameworks or concepts to create new value for the company. I enjoy working at Nokia. It, sometimes gets frustrating when people allow politics gets in the way of delivering long term value.
Im still working there now. Becoming apparent current job functions of many in Field Force will be shipped overseas.
Im still working there now. I work with customer daily and schedule growth and new build work representing Nokia in the wireless arena. Greater Philadelphia Area to be more exact.
Nokia was a fast paced environment. It felt a lot like a startup mentality but with structure and organization. Great benefits, pay and extracurricular activities.
Solid products to believe in
management was too slow to react to remain competitive