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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…
Run multiple projects, manage teams, exec presentations, customer relationships
Open, friendly, welcoming
1) submit application 2) Online testing 3) Group interview in test centre 4) Individual interview 5) offer
Which features of mine you thought could bring benefits to company?
Tips for group interview in test center: 1) be yourself and relax; 2) be positive to join group discussion but don't interrupt others talk; 3) talk slowly when you catch a chance to talk, make your points clear and neat
Working hours are flexible however normally in the direction of overtime. They provide ample opportunity to work from home and for employees to develop their own flexible working hours based on individual needs (within reason of the team's needs also).
My guess is that Ericsson pays pretty much the normal going rate for engineers with similar experience. Nothing fancy.
Flexible hours, working from home, and good office location.
Management is good and approachable. Can sometimes be very busy and unable to engage.
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.
I do not know yet. Have heard stories that is easy if you are up to it and you deserve it which is what is expected from a company such are Ericsson.
Due to flexible hours, we are pretty good in how we handle child care etc. However due to the nature of the industry it is a male-focused business. There are programs in place to address this via a Diversity Council but I have not been directly involved with these.
There is a program based on this in this region. Globally there are also emergency response team that works with the UN.
Great location near Southern Cross Station in Docklands. Easy access from anywhere in Melbourne. For the Engineering Team Jeans, T-Shirt and Hoodies are regular attire for me. The dress code does depend on the role. Account guys will wear business attire, engineers/internal roles will be more casual
Simple operational cost reductions as well as preferring public transport over gas guzzlers. Other than that, I know there are some large scale projects in place to reduce footprint, I just don't know the specifics.Join us to bookmark!
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