Ericsson is one of the leading providers of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to service providers. We enable the full value of connectivity by creating game-changing technology and services that are easy to use, adopt, and scale, making our customers successful in a fully connected world.
Productive company with great perks Anonymous Employee
May 25, 2021
As part of the NPI group, each project had an acceptable amount of learning curve. I liked these challenges and it kept me motivated. Club it with an extraordinary manager and I had my dream job.
Uncontrolled chaos Anonymous Employee
June 1, 2021
This used to be a great place to work then everything changed with new management, they care more about how much money they make over your personal needs
Great Benefits, Industry Leader Anonymous Employee
May 17, 2021
Especially in the US, Ericsson remains the 900 lb gorilla in the wireless industry. Continuing the metaphor, sometimes it's difficult to get a 900 lb gorilla to move quickly, and there can be pockets of resistance to change that require some political dexterity to overcome. Management is generally open to and encouraging of movement within the company, to the point where those reluctant to do so can be viewed as stagnating. Overall a solid company with great benefits.
Challenging place to work. Anonymous Employee
April 24, 2021
Pay is decent, hours can be long. PTO is very nice. Mostly local work, that was nice. If you are a Crew Lead, Management will make your job pretty difficult, especially the Project team. They have no clue what it takes to build a cell site, they are only concerned with coloring in green blocks on their spreadsheets. Field Services Management, for the most part have little to no \" Field \" experience. They push an \" Office \" type environment for field personnel. For the most part that makes the Crew leads job very difficult. Ericsson promotes a \" Snowflake \" type of environment as well. The young \" Green \" guys are not held accountable for their inability or unwillingness to learn and or to perform to expected levels. There is entirely to much irrelevant and unnecessary B.S training blocks that are mandatory, as well as an unrealistic amount of daily and redundant paperwork. Now for some good. If you are a capable Crew Lead, you do have the freedom to run your jobs the way you want as long as you are completing them successfully and on budget, there is almost no micro managing when it comes to the construction of your sites. You are free to voice your opinion, as long as you don't have expectations of change... As with most huge corporations, you are a tiny whisper in a huge crowd. All in all, I would consider working for Ericsson again, I would though take a lot of time writing what I want in my contract.
Very big Anonymous Employee
April 20, 2021
Ericsson is very big company and if you are expert in some area then you can easily move around world and work in different countries and cultures. It is very big.