(Winged ratings measure job satisfaction on scale of 1 to 5)
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson, United States on May 28th, 2019
"They hours are flexible to a point , some teams are allowed to work from home a day a week "
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson, United States on May 10th, 2019
"Do your research. Be careful what the work expectations are."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson, Singapore on May 8th, 2019
"Thsi place is not spoken about but its super inclusive. Its a fair place where output and imapct is recognised vs hours of work. Women hyere leave early, leave on time and no one raises a brow. Eevryone is super suppotive of parental duties and accomodate hours/ work to meet those needs. Flexibility is given to all without an implication on promotion/ growth. Its hard to find a flexible and supportive place like Ericsson."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Feb 15th, 2019
"It Is a good place to work for women.They have good opportunity if you are ready to work on a lesser salary."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Nov 26th, 2018
"It is not perfect company however they support people. They do layoff workers "
"They can be really great in what they say about how they want to promote diversity and some managers even do. However, there is a clear disconnect between the Swedish egalitarianism that they try to purport and the realities of working for a global tech company in the US. Additionally, they lack female leaders in the areas that they consider their core business, ie Engineering, Sales and Operations. "
"The company has a great culture, but still very man centric and mostly men "
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Jul 19th, 2018
"This is an absolutely great environment for women! There are so many women here in leadership positions and more are constantly getting promoted. There is also so much recognition given to women where it is deserved. I would highly recommend this company for women!"
"It is a white man's world here. Even better if you are a Swedish white man."
"Good place to work but don't expect rapid growth - for men and women, it takes time to get promotions."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Jun 13th, 2018
"speak up, be heard and they will listen to you. "
"There are good benefits but can be challenging to balance work life "
"Ericsson is a great company and a great place to work"
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on May 2nd, 2018
"They are making a huge effort to help women in the company from a global messaging standpoint, but from a local perspective there are still some ways to go."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Apr 23rd, 2018
"Minimal women count per team. Sub ordinate level employees are given negligible opportunity to increase/ practice broad lead level work"
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Apr 13th, 2018
"Definitely good place for women, many L&D opportunities and friendly work environment"
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Mar 20th, 2018
"I have no more tangible advice or insight to offer."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Feb 26th, 2018
"Ericsson is a great place to work, where men and women are treated equally. Still not so many top management positions for women."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Feb 19th, 2018
"Flexible but poor benefits such as medical. Pay is also lower than other competitors."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Sep 20th, 2017
"Friendly working hours...flexibility in operating from home if and when required"
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Sep 12th, 2017
"I would tell them that Ericsson is working hard to become D&I friendly"
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Sep 11th, 2017
"Work hard and it will benefit your career and salary."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Sep 8th, 2017
"Don't get discouraged easily. Just because one executive isn't listening, doesn't mean they all won't listen. Speak up, make yourself known, and get your ideas out there. "
"very good work atmosphere, relax, respectful, flexible time, humanity rules are applicable"
"Flexible working hours and mobile Slow career progress Very network-oriented "
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Sep 6th, 2017
"Don't be shy. If you want something, need something, have a suggestion or an idea -speak up. Creativityisn't at all times our strongest suit, but listening, willingness to change and adapt, appreciating diverse minds is."
"Ericsson is a company that supports policies to have the right work-life balance. However, I think more could be done to promote women into leadership positions."
"It is a good company to work, but it is not a good company to make a career or be creative or innovative. It was much better 10 years ago and might improve in the future"
"Women are equally treated in general, but lack of women on management positions. "
"it is not how you do it but what you do that counts. Delivery is a priority and what is measured is outcomes "
"Great place to work, very flexible, strong respect for work-life balance, equal opportunities and strong focus on the importance of diversity."
"Yes, I do. It is great place to work no matters of sex. They respect women."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Sep 4th, 2017
"Great place to work, nice colleagues, good salary, very flexible"
"The Company overall reputation and values. The company is leading the future of the industry. "
"This is Ericsson Telecomunications review This employer is s great company, in transformation and needs focus and energy to work hard"
"Good place to work for SW engineers and technical function"
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Aug 31st, 2017
"is a great place to work. a lot of freedoom for initiatives. Needs comitment and hardwork and can be there. very open and friendly environment. everyone is respecting and listening to your view. very well structured organization with processes. "
"That is a very good company to work in, because you feel confortable balance between familia and your professional career"
"I have never thought of it that way. I would tell both men and women to work him. Just under better conditions."
"Give it a chance, we're improving our gender diversity mix!"
"I am lucky to have an employer which understands me as a female employee."
"That you can truly have a work-life balance. That of course depends on your job role and manager, but in general you are evaluated on your performance and not how many hours you are in the office, that access to remote working is a gift!"
"Overall good working environment and respect, flexible hours. But when reaching senior levels and especially in technical roles, men are overrepresented and tend to promote each other"
"This is review for Ericsson Global India Ericsson is a great place to work for women . I have spend my last 12 years and shall encourage other to come and join us / Ericsson."
"I really perceive the allegiance of the management to make this workplace always betterfor female employees year after year "
"Excellent culture and work life balance for Women employees you are valued as employee and has given equal opportunities to move up in ladder"
"Depends on environment where you work on: on Nordic European country is much different then in Mediterranean: it all depends on cultural belongings of managers; exceptions are rare. Working in Mediterranean region I would say: "Don't expect promotion on real management position (people manager on medium to upper level), be prepare to work hard and prove yourself twice as much than a man" "Expect around 15-20% less money on same position and qualification""
"It really depends to your Manager, but overall the culture of the company supports gender diversity."
"I cannot complain about the time I have had with my children due to the flexibility accorded here"
"Be ready to be challenged as it is a mans world , you have to be at your best ."
"This is review for Ericsson Canada Ericsson is a great place to work.. Depending on the project or department, there is chances of working from home if needed be."
"Ericsson it's a great company, they treat woman and man equally, I'm aware that they are interested to improve the work-life balance at the company so I'm sure that in a near future Ericsson will be the best place to work."
"You can access equal opportunities to go coporate ladder and it's all about your efforts and ambition then company culture will support you."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Aug 4th, 2017
"Very flexible work location and lots of autonomy to be able to get my work done."
"amazing workplace, pretty flexible, promotes women to front end, be in leadership roles, equal opportunity player."
"I highly recommend working at Ericsson as it values both men and women specially those who are married and with kids as it provides work life balance and very good working environment."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on May 30th, 2017
"Very Gender Diverse. I think that women are equally treated here and that as a woman in the field of engineering will find great success at Ericsson"
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on May 26th, 2017
"Great Swedish values- genuine focus on gender equality and diversity"
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on May 25th, 2017
"continous development, lots of benefits - good place to work!"
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on May 23rd, 2017
"Mobility, flexibility, Diversity is at the core of our values and the way we do business."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on May 15th, 2017
"I really feel I can work remotely and am not judged at all for doing so."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Apr 10th, 2017
"Consider alternatives first for a long term career in lieu of here."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Mar 22nd, 2017
"I would say Ericsson has great benefits and a global connection. My role is also very flexible."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Mar 8th, 2017
"Ericsson has great benefits and a huge global connection. I enjoy working there."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Jan 30th, 2017
"At least in the Human Resources department, everyone was extremely supportive and encouraging - there were events and lectures especially for women in the workplace and we often went out to lunch with each other."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Nov 5th, 2016
"You should know your rights and legislation in terms of diversity and inclusion to be an active and career driven female professional. Speak up and explain your aspirations prior you sign a contract."
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Nov 3rd, 2016
"Negotiate for the best salary before starting as annual increases and promotions are slim"
Anonymous shared this review of Ericsson on Aug 31st, 2016
"We are making an effort to improve, but currently if you aspire to become a VP in an operations role, look elsewhere. "