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If you want to just put your head down and do the same thing over and over and over again with no words of encouragement or chance of advancement then this is your company. The supervisors and management will not train you and they dont even know what your job is anyway. You hit peak pay pretty quick and after that you are not getting more money. HR team is horrible. Many have come and go over the years because its just that horrible of a place. Dont expect any help from that team. But if you are ok with working 6 days a week for little pay and thanks and dont want to advance even if you are qualified then you should apply here.
free coffee. thats about it. Usually about 2 weeks off for Christmas
Danfoss has competitive benefits including 401k. If you want international experience, the Baltimore location allows you to interact with a lot of people from different company locations. There is not enough diversity throughout the company.
Employee friendly and great work culture but there are some areas that could be better. The goods far out-weigh the bads though. I have been with Danfoss for almost 10 years.The good:Employee-centeic culture (Scandinavian HQ), Good compensation, Work hours flexibility,Employee empowermentImprovement areas:Frequent team restructuringNot much recognition of good work HQ-centric decision making (the actual decision plus the people making decisions)
Its a good place to work I am only leaving because I live to far away. They have great benefits and its a relaxed place to work. I would recommend this to anyone looking to enter manufacturing. They have tuition reimbursement as well.
Relatively low pay, inconsistencies in rule enforcement
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Where do I start.. you’ll be on a third shift island with absolutely no training whatsoever and will struggle no two ways about it on complex (very old) machines. Quite a few with no electrical prints or you can’t find them. They’ll “train” you on days for 90 days but good luck getting someone to take you under their wing. Big time lone wolf mentality unless you are friends with someone who’s been there for 100 years or recently if you are family in the same department. It’s hot and oily even though it’s air conditioned. Lock out/tag out policy is not observed. From a maintenance standpoint they will buy you nothing (ie multimeter or tool replacement) HR person has been there for 40 years and rule with an iron fist (also think they’re Covid experts). You’ll get 3 weeks vacation you have to earn and if you miss unscheduled they may ding you depending on who your boss is (different for different people) No sick time carved out. Dayshift opportunities are zip. They wait to tell you that you are working Saturday until Thursday/Friday. They do not care about YOUR success, you are a body.
13 paid holidays/Christmas shutdown
No personal development/ Surprise OT
It’s not a great company to work for. Your just a number to get there products out the door. They treat you like a number.
I would not work there again. Left for a better job. This was not the right company for me. You can’t speak your mind or they have a problem with it. But claim to have an open door policy there. Do anything that they don’t like you will be fired.
There was none working at Danfoss. They will let you go for anything.
a problem with you drivers that you made using there SOP!
J'ai été chez Danfoss comme alternante puis en CDD : - L'équipe était très sympa, une bonne ambiance reignait dans la boite de façon générale, ainsi que dans les équipes situées dans d'autres pays.- Par sa complexité, Danfoss proposait des missions intéressantes et challengantes.- Le respect de la vie personnelle est un point fort et les salaires sont attractifs.- Les avantages du CE pourraient être améliorés cependant et les locaux des cadres bénéficieraient d'avoir une vraie salle de repos et des espaces verts.
There is plenty of potential to be a good place to work at Danfoss. It's a clean facility, the people are friendly. Their BIGGEST issue is inventory. They claim to 5S... On the surface they do try, but it's not good enough. My line runs many (100s possibly) of pump models, with likely thousands of various parts involved. Most days I spend an exorbitant amount of time searching for parts needed for production, which leads to intense frustration and resentments. Management is mostly hands off. They have a slogan to run the company like it's yours... But really your not authorized to make those changes. Change anything and the next shift will freak out. Although plenty of changes do happen around you, work cells being moved, racking being moved about, the core of the problem remains. Your input to help fix things is politely heard and dismissed. Meanwhile your constantly asked to do more and work overtime to meet the production demands. If only they would actually address the underlying issues people could do their jobs better with less frustration and smoother production flow. Ultimately there is a huge disconnect with upper management as it seems like they don't really know what is needed on the production floor.
Nice cafeteria, friendly coworkers, clean facility
Short breaks, inventory issues, constant overtime
In overall colleagues are very fine but the issue is the silo management. Company is full of processes but: Nobody is interested about business from quote-to-order-to-delivery-to-service lifecycle. Nobody following are the processes really met or not. This ignorance leads multiple occasions when big customer orders/projects were not making profit as expected. Company KPIs are measured but they are lacking the capability to follow up whole value stream. Raising up issues means that you are negative - even though you are mainly concerned about the business profitability.
stagnation, non competitive, negative atmosphere
Danfoss is a world class firm that provides opportunity and interesting work to employees. A large multinational firm that is aggressive in their quest to lead and define the market places in which they participate.
Pushes forward for continuous improvements
Lack of management support to approved initiatives can lead to frustration.
Danfoss is not the old Saur-Danfoss. Still the largest private employer in Ames, IA, but no longer a pillar of the community. In the past, it paid some of the highest hourly wages in Story county, and it could be the major donor for local projects, but that is in the past. Now, hourly wages are depressed, worker retention is low.In the 2008 financial crisis, when demand for hydraulic pumps & motors stopped, Danfoss provided the cash to pay the loans. In 2014 Danfoss became a privately held company, it was formerly a publicly traded company, but now it is controlled by a family in Denmark. And they are extracting the wealth generated in Ames.Corporate executives said: “We will grow Ames campus, expand building, and add jobs.” But within the year, the plans for expansion were reversed.Corporate management comes from Europe, and they spend a year or two in Ames. They seem to learn how easy it is to fire workers in America. Iowa is a “right-to-work” state, which really means no protection from being fired, for any reason, at all.In 2014, nearly all the senior leadership in Ames was fired. Remaining & newly appointed local management seem to know how insecure their positions are. …And they pass it down. Colleagues just disappear one by one. Up to the moment of being fired, those colleagues may have been praised for doing good work. Management/administrators (like HR) quietly spread rumors of poor performance or some other reason. Management sometimes leaks that they offered the fired worker opportunity to improve, but that is usually a hollow lie used to cover for - meer...