Daimler AG Management reviews
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Company is very good...but management is very worst in this world in ( Chennai plant ).. it's ok for permanent employee because of they have job security and getting more salary also but it's not ok for training employees because they don't have job secure and also getting too much of low salary...
Good for R&D. Career advancement is tough in terms of position. Exposure to Latest technologies but lacks guidence and support. Basically IT for Management is given less priority while IT for Embedded and CAD has priority.
Top officials are not experienced and are there for a short term of 3 to 5 years. Only their individual goals. Over all company and management is good but lacks right people in right place.
Long work hours
Good environment but timing is not suitable for me and i have some financial problems.management was very good
Good environment but timing is not suitable for me and i have some financial problems.management is very good and my team is very cooperative. I have learned a lot of things like SAP work , team work etc. In this company it helps me to improve my skills and personal development a lot. So thanks to everyone who supported me during my work period......
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I was in supply chain management role hence mostly i was involved in logistics planning. The work culture in DICV is average. I liked the work as i could contribute in SCM improvements, but cross fuctional learning is low.
Average salary, non flexible working hours.
Daimler is the company where you will get lot of chances to grow. They train you from grass route and makes industry expert. Sky is the limit if you have talent. Management is very supportive and working atmosphere is so good.
paid leaves, fair salary structure, overtimes, supportive management
Working environment should be friendly Proper training should be given first Good work but the management is poor No freedom to think out of the box No appreciation for good work
verbal and decision making skills improved
job requires an arrogant engineer
Working for National training operations, train the trainer for dealer trainers, excellent rapport with dealer management, strategic training initiatives, close association with MB sales training team, coordination in various regular organization events, regular developmental planning at global platform. global training initiatives