Siemens announces global reduction of workforce to 4200 employees concentrated in IT and Operations.
Are Layoffs Coming to Siemens?
Orders have been significantly down in our office and the atmosphere has been extremely skittish. Losing tons of long term customers to Siemens vendor channels None of our managers are talking to one another and everyone appears to be in a survival... — read more
Siemens prepares for global economic crash
Siemens board of directors brace for global economic crisis on the horizon. Managing board deliberates on nexts steps for all Siemens business as global media outlets hint of massive layoffs coming for 2024.
Siemens employees walk away from corporate restructuring
Siemens AG and Healthineers Face massive retention hurdles as large percentage of employees walk out amidst massive restructuring. Employees voice they have “HAD ENOUGH” seeking clear stability, structure, mental health and a positive work... — read more
Best Company to Work For 2023
Great company, excellent management and an overall very, very happy workforce. Top rated on Forbes most admired companies. Hybrid work environment and plenty of perks.
Siemens GBS scam alert
Siemens GBS is a scam. As an employer and service provider. Be alert, be aware!
Work from home
You guys must not really layoff because my neighbor works for Siemens and is always working in his yard and other projects during work hours. Nice gig! I’m jealous
Let go vs. laid off
I was let go last year for "poor performance". But 6 months later, I come to learn they haven't even hired my backfill. This was not a let go, but a restructuring triggered lay off. I am really mad at Siemens for this posturing! May Siemens rot in... — read more
Siemens braces for massive economic downturn looming amidst global markets
Siemens prepares for massive economic downturn amidst global market reports resulting in an immediate hiring freeze and likely layoffs for U.S. business sectors.
Layoffs started in Oct 2022
Siemens has been constantly laying off in pockets since last year. Nothing was broadly announced. Anyone know the scope and extent of the layoffs?
Siemens payroll and accounting investment backfires into federal investigations for fraudulent compensation
Siemens investment into a new software for payroll and accounting has opened doors for a federal investigation into fraudulent compensation reporting and earnings.
Siemens Smart Infrastructure
Are layoffs expected for the Siemens SI EP business at all on the US side? Its their strongest region (USA) out of all SI regions so I can only assume they are good since we have major backlog of orders.
Avoid Employment with Siemens
Siemens embodies a bastion of incompetence and worse still they are unbelievably smug about it! The culture BS adds to its failures and I don't think we will wait long enough to see this conglomerate break up or simply go bankrupt. The German... — read more
Things are not looking good
Siemens Health, AG, Energy are all hiring but turnover is close to 90% after 12 months. They are struggling financially and extremely volatile. Recently deployed massive automation software platforms eliminating finance jobs, engineering... — read more
Lawyer Up America!!!
Siemens directors and management teams have been issued orders to start managing employees out amidst fears of global recession.
I don't care
Siemens is not the same company I joined ten years ago so I don't give a damn about any incoming changes. If I'm to be let go, good. I'll happily accept it. If I'm not, I'm still not staying. I already have a few offers and the only reason why I... — read more
Siemens Unveils Massive Infrastructure Changes Leaving Employees Looming with Fear and Uncertainty for Employment.
Siemens Delivers Massive Infrastructure Changes in U.S. Market leaving employees with uncertainty and fear for stability and security in their jobs.
Siemens automates US infrastructure offshoring jobs to India through 2070
Siemens CEO announces massive restructuring and investment into India which will offshore U.S. jobs through 2070. Automated infrastructure changes will result in massive job reductions and cost reductions for shareholders.
Siemens is hiring Indian techies for various job roles, offers WFH amidst massive layoffs
As a part of a big tech layoff, Siemens announced that it’ll cut-off jobs in countries like Demark, Spain, and the UK. Amidst the massive layoffs, Siemens is hiring Indian techies for various job roles in its transportation, infrastructure, and... — read more
Any expected layoffs at Varian due to the recession?
Do you think there may be layoffs soon?
Is Siemens US going to have layoffs?
Global Economic Chokehold Strangles Siemens US.
Global Supply chain constraints compounded with unstable economic inflation send Siemens U.S. derailing with infrastructure stability. Global markets fear recession.
I hate seeing what's been happening with our company culture. We're no longer a place most of us love to work at, we're now just like any other company that treats its employees like numbers and has no issues with cutting some of the most loyal... — read more
Siemens braces for massive recession headed toward U.S. economy
Siemens board of directors prepare for economic downturn headed for U.S markets. Over inflation pummels shareholder stock price forcing immediate restructuring company wide.
The employees always end up suffering in the end
Corporate greed compounded without a long term succession plan for each specific buisness has destroyed this company. In addition to all the wrong people being promoted into decision making and managerial seats without having the right vision or... — read more
Siemens battles employee retention through "The Great Resignation "
Siemens battles U.S. infrastructure deficit as employee retention suffers significant loss. "The Great Resignation" has Siemens on the ropes for major structural changes through 2025.
What happened to us?
This was once a great company everybody wanted to join and we were all proud to say we worked for. That's no longer true, at least not in my case. The leadership has systematically destroyed this place reducing it to nothing but a shadow of its... — read more
An Uncertain Future Looms For Siemens U.S. at German Headquarters.
Siemens U.S. battles infrastructure sustainability and growth eroding shareholder profitability and margins. A closer lens will be placed operating infrastructure and management through 2025.
190 people out of work as Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy reduces workforce by 32%
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy announced Wednesday that about 32% of its workforce will be laid off permanently, effectively putting 121 workers in Fort Madison and 69 in Hutchinson, Kansas, out of a... — read more
Siemens to Offshore jobs through 2024
Released at the annual shareholder meeting in January, Siemens plans to offshore more US jobs to India through 2024. US branches to continue reduction, closings and consolidation of processes through 2025.
Time for change
What used to be a great company with a reputation to be proud of has significantly changed. Siemens US never aligned a succession plan for its branch structure. Leadership greed and vast models to extract more profits from the US has sent this... — read more
We are not respected
Worst management in corporate America. The most disorganized, unfulfilling working environment. 26 years of dedication to this company and I was let go via email and text!!! Simply disgusting! This is, sadly, our new reality. They couldn't care... — read more
Changing for the worse
I used to recommend Siemens whenever somebody showed interest in applying for a job here, now I'm warning people away. Too many cuts, too many closings, too many bad managers, and very few opportunities for advancement are only some of the changes... — read more
Siemens US layoffs
I think this awful how they are closing all US offices and plants and sending the business to India! This is awful during the pandemic to treat people like this!
The Olean Union Got What They Deserve
The Squeelworkers Union at the old Dresser plant in got what they wanted! They have guys walking around getting paid $60 / hour doing nothing. The union workers sleep on the job. They cook corn all day instead of working. They don't listen to... — read more
Siemens Energy Tealignment
Looks like Gabriela arrogance has caught up with him. Lost a lot of stroke today. Good move Siemens!
How many so far?
How many people have been laid off from Siemens so far due to the pandemic?