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Very satisfied with work. Daily you will face newer challenges which helps in learning and polishing your knowledge and hold on subject. I would recommend Nokia to friends and people who are willing to join Nokia. Hardest part of the job is to secure R&D targets which is highly challenging to meet schedules and provide quality software to customers.
In the digital map age, people will no longer get lost. We save time, money, and lives with centimeter-accuracy maps of the world's navigable features, select interior spaces like malls and hospitals, and public transit, including bus, train, subway, and ferry routes.
What we can all experienced working at Nokia is many challenges which force you to be all the time energetic and motivated to improve your skills and your career but all these things can be countable as positive points!
Nokia is a great place to work if you excel in a dynamic and challenging work environment. It is a global company that is implementing a number of system and process initiatives and best practices. Challenging company with many reorganizations and downsizings which created stress for many employees. It seemed the company would have gained by keeping the organization structure in place for at least two years before making changes.
Management inherited from Nokia will eventually sink this ship. A ton of regional roles/managers that contribute nothing to the business' growth. Overbloated structure with very poor/low incentives for local staff.
Review of past days work and progress plan for the current day. Follow up on Quality issues in all circles of BSNL project. tracking of open and closed issues. Monitoring of Purchase orders issues to Subcons, Internal acceptance, and invoicing and KPI monitoring (like Site Quality Index, Service Quality Index, Implementation Lead time.
Always new subcon teams at work, and attrition rate high in Subcons
I worked for Nokia, previously Lucent Technologies for the past twenty years and I enjoyed every minute of my time. For the past eight to ten years, I was allowed to work from home. All my supervisors were great managers. I can recommend them to anyone. The work environment is very conducive. It is culture that encourages team work and reward everyone for their hard work.
This company has no direction. Rajeev Suri just lost VZW as a customer as he continues to perpetuate the elitist corporate mentality at Nokia. Rolling layoffs every month continue - there is no future at this company as it currently stands. They are going toward a consultant only model 30/70 because they have the idea everyone is a commodity.
Good balance between life and work. diverse culture, it feel great to work with people from different part of world. i got exposure to other field apart from telecommunications as Nokia has other software product.Flexible and efficient ways of working. good focus on OH&S as well as quality. Learned pretty good skills of PMP working with experienced management team. i got enough motivated that i am pursuing PRINCE2 certification. Challenge- Due to Nokia's limited exposure to Australian mobile telecom, it is hard to get consistent work from Nokia. Working with good combination of new and experienced team was great experience.
Great team, Flexible ways of working, Strong focus on OH&S
Not strong enough base in Australian Mobile market
I started working when this company was AT&T, then Lucent then Alcatel-Lucent now Nokia. It is not the same company. The workplace culture is not good.
Can work from home
Since company was bought by Nokia, the culture has degraded and it is no longer a fun place to work.
Typical work day involved attendance at multiple project meetings and generating reports using the Microsoft product suite (Excel, Word, SharePoint) and participating on customer calls to address issues and work to come up with resolution to various troubles. Workplace was very collaborative and management was supportive.
- typical day at work - huge travels due to global foot print - job security is high - learning on new technology is easy - expanding after taking over ALU.
travel for customer meetings for better understanding of requirements & delivery