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Schneider Electric Employee Review

Extremely happy and friendly environment.

5,0
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6 October 2016
Checking bank statements every day with application of payments.
Management approachable and helpful,

Co-workers a fantastic group.

Dealing with difficult clients.

Achieving my goals every day.
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5,0
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5,0
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5,0
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5,0
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5,0
Culture
Pros
Getting together with co-workers on team building activities
Cons
None
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Pros
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