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Reviews by Ericsson graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar3.8GradAustralia surveyed 21 graduates working at Ericsson. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 21 responses.
- Knowledge sharing, On-job training, Flexibility, High level of support from both colleagues and managers.
- The flexibility of working hours
- Work-Life Balance and flexibility suited to all working ages and gender.
- I'm learning so much, and work with excellent people who are very friendly, and will help you at the drop of a hat. There are some good benefits like having a big phone plan, discounts off movies, etc.
- Changes take a lot of time to implement
- The laptop you get isn't as good as you'd expect for an Telecommunications/IT company. It can be very frustrating to work with.
- Nothing particularly bad to report.
- The remunerations are slightly below the average.
- Most really technical work has been offshored.
What insiders say about…
I manage delivery of software, features, and upgrades to our customer's LTE network. Interface with a team of other engineers, and the customer's engineers and management. High technical competence required.
Laid back and relaxed. No real structure
Online application - video interview - psychometric test - assessment centre - final interview
What is the general trend in the telecommunications industry
Just throw in a lot of buzz words, and stop being desperate for a job so you can assess what the job really is before taking it on.
7.6 you can work from home flexible working hours
Base salary is decent for a grad.
Discounts from retailers, health insurance, 20GB corporate phone plan, $500USD to spend on a phone.
As I presume most companies are, you need to assume a lot of responsibility for your own progression and development, supplemented and augmented by management. Communication is generally good.
The training I have received between sales, consulting, and technical/cloud have all been of outstanding quality. Although they are rare (which is understandable due to cost) they are definitely worth the money. My current abilities in cloud which are looked highly upon by the rest of the organisation, are mostly due my last 2 trainings in both HDS and CEE.
While a graduate you can only go so far as you are in a rotation for 6 months. However you are able to ask for jump ups where there is a company need. You aren't limited by the graduate program.
There are multiple programs in place that are always trying to increase diversity in the company.
They are apart of a couple of programs and I constantly see us hiring from different backgrounds.
Can probably write an essay about this. It engages in a myriad of CSR activities. Many initiatives on sustainable technologies, disaster relief, diversity, commitment to UN CSR policies.
It's pretty good, but a bit far out of the city. The dress code is officially business casual, but if you're not client facing this is more relaxed.
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