Avaliações de funcionários da empresa HILTI: Houston, TX
Houston, TX10 avaliações
Encontradas 10 avaliações correspondentes à pesquisaVer todas as 847 avaliações
Avaliação em destaque do Indeed
Eleita pelo Indeed como a mais útil
Traditionally a great company to work for, but difficulties, turnover and lack of employee morale are resulting from recent changes in leadership.
It's sad to see the company where it is right now. Historically, Hilti has been a great place to work, but with recent changes in management, poor decisions have been made in employee termination and promotions. People are put on edge and insecurity in employment is rampant.
Good benefits, good training, good employee satisfaction focus though it was better in the past.
Turnover is currently high, culture has changed with change in management, age is very important and is considered in employment decisions (the younger the better)
Women tend to get over looked at Hilti. It is defiantly a good ole boys club. It doesn't matter how hard you work, it matters who likes you and what body parts you were born with. My team mates were great though.
sexist place to work
There is a large gap in tenure on sales teams, there are the guys (yes guys) who have been there for 20+ years, and the majority of us are under 5 years. Back in the day Hilti was a great place to grow your career, but in more recent years they have become a place to gain experience and move on.
Great people, good perks, top in class products
You must be mobile to get promoted. They make a lot of promises, most of which are not kept.
Regional Managers lack training that Account Managers receive. A typical work day is spent visiting accounts and working on the road. It is a very competitive industry with capped commission, but great benefits.
The company did provide a strong and detailed training program to assist the employee with sales portion of the job. The hardes part of the job was additonal assistance of selling techinques in the position I was assigned to.The company did provide additional training, but should have pbeen provided sooner in the training process.
training and culture
lack of assistance on where i was assigned to