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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…
Currently, wake up and do health checks on cloud infrastructure before heading into office, arrive and find what faults exist and need tending to, fix issues, update the documentation.
Open, friendly, welcoming
I had an odd interview process because I was in another state from the office. I submitted my resume on the portal and then had a phone interview. I did not do the group assessment like everyone else. I had to do the question on my own where they sent through the question to me and I had one hour to create a proposal and then they called me one hour later and I had to present over the phone. Then I had my final interview via Skype.
Most of the questions were behavioural questions and what my plan was for the next 2, 5 and 10 years. Typical behavioural questions.
Learn what Ericsson actually does and what the business model is.
The working hours are flexible. Working from Home is allowed when required (No one exploits this though). Some periods require extra work which is compensated by informal time off arrangements when work is not busy.
Salary is not great, and this is a known fact about this company. But this is compensated by the great and flexible working culture. Although I am not too concerned with the salary level at the moment, I am stuck at a graduate salary as I could not secure a permanent position due to circumstance.
Free dinners, great social initiatives.
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.
There are many options for formal training and web based learning.
Promotion possibilities are there however you have to take your own initiative here (for the most part) and opportunities are not frequent currently. My manager has added me to a talent list which will assist in my visibility and promotion potential within the company, however this is not guaranteed.
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.
We are encouraged to perform volunteer work on company time at least one day per year, as volunteer leave is available to us. We also have programs in place to help with disaster recovery for experienced personnel.
Improvements are always being made to improve Ericsson products to use less power and operate more efficiently. This is a bonus for both Ericsson and its customers.Join us to bookmark!
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