Working at Motorola, Inc.

Ratings

  • Appreciation
    4.0
  • Company Outlook
    4.0
  • Fair Pay
    3.5
  • Learning and Development
    4.0
  • Manager Communication
    4.5
  • Manager Relationship
    4.5
  • Pay Transparency
    3.5
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Motorola, Inc. Reviews

What is it like working at Motorola, Inc.?

Rewarding work, but company going downhill fast.
Senior Systems Engineer:
Pros: Engineer radio systems for public safety and commercial markets around the world. It's rewarding that the general public benefits from our work and lives are saved.
Cons: Company has been downsizing for 2+ years, decreasing benefits, and replacing work tools with cheaper, less quality versions. Everyone has been on pins & needles wondering who will be laid off next.
Principal Software Engineer:
Pros: Good people. Strong engineering culture.
Cons: Long slow downward spiral over the last several years. Increasing amount of work is moving to eastern Europe.
Challenging and stressful.
Security Officer in Montréal:
Pros: Flexibility
Cons: Travel and deadlines
Smart People in a Collegial Environment.
Director, Financial Planning & Analysis in Schaumburg:
Pros: I get to work with smart people in a collegial environment.
Cons: No office space
Service Delivery Manager in Chicago:
Way far from any other professional environment that I heard or worked in before, unfriendly environment and very poor training provided. Not recommended at all to any candidate specially through recruiters.
A lot of new things a processes all the time, not always knowing what to do.
Senior Customer Service Representative (CSR) in Krakow:
Pros: It gives me a lot of independence at work, I get to use my problem-solving skills a lot, it's not boring.
Cons: I don't think I'm fulfilling my potential and don't have a clear picture of where I'm going. I also think that I'm underpaid.
Very demanding.
Customer Support Manager in Johannesburg:
Pros: Working with different customers and in different cultural environments
Cons: Constant pressure and chasing quarterly targets missing out on the long-term customer relations and loyalty

Benefits

Retirement & Financial Benefits
Profit Sharing
401(k) Plan
Health & Insurance Benefits
Health Insurance
Dental Insurance