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Deere & Company Reviews
What is it like working at Deere & Company?
"One title, many responsibility changes."
Production Technician in Fargo:
Pros: Work is not set by a process, but by probability of what fails. Pay is high for local community and similar positions.
Cons: Not being able to leave to drive disabled son to school or be there for my disabled wife in times of need like alarm going off at home without using vacation or reprimand for leaving. All trainings and career tools denied. I can get a MBA, which will not help on my day-to-day tasks, but denied low noise amplifier training on what I was working on. Trying analyzing electronics in area just below noise safety limit, wearing mask so I do not get headaches and remove armrests to reduce carpal tunnel to neck tension. Diagnosed with anxiety and that is also what I was told why I was denied chances to advance. Demeaning things said to me and department like armpit of the company, lazy, bully, replaceable, don't like it leave and others I cannot say to obscene. One title, many responsibility changes from supervisor/engineer levels too do only as told, report only to next level of management.
"It is a fast paced side of the business, but the support is not great."
Foreign Trade Manager in Bettendorf:
Pros: The ability to travel, the people, and the opportunity to learn
Cons: Lack of perceived importance of my job, little to no buy in from management.
"Innovative and challenging job, but engineers could and should be better paid."
Product Engineer in Campinas:
Pros: Innovation and quality in product development.
Cons: Payment and lack of transparency in decision making.
Senior Mechanical Engineer in Cedar Falls:
Pros: Contributing to a company that has a positive brand and name across the nation.
Cons: Change in senior leadership, reduction in bonuses, lack of opportunities to grow/promote within