Nokia Bell Labs (formerly named Bell Labs Innovations (1996–2007), AT&T Bell Laboratories and Bell Telephone Laboratories is an American industrial research and scientific development company owned by Finnish company Nokia. With headquarters located in Murray Hill, New Jersey, the company operates several laboratories in the United States and around the world. Bell Labs has its origins in the complex past of the Bell System.
Bell Labs has terrible management for employees, no leading skills and salaries are below average, according to a former employee at glassdoor.ie
"Extremely bad local country management which does not care about local employees has no people leading skills and do not care about Nokia's success but their own. The atmosphere in the local office in Sweden is very poor and there is no team spirit. Salaries are below average and employee perks are well below average when compared against typical Swedish companies. Not recommended."
Bilingual Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) says"Favoritism at its saddest point. Good place to be if you want to do all the work for your team. Com workers are allowed to have conversations for hours while you are forced to do most of the work."
Packer/Shipper (Former Employee) says"Bell Laboratories is an excellent place to work, they provide excellent benefits, pleasant and friendly coworkers and wonderful pay with weekends off."
Packer/Picker (Former Employee) says"Be quiet at all times,you have 3-5people over u at all times if you are there through a temp service,the regular employees side eye u all of the time,management stands at the door to see if u are lateCleanToo many bosses, 2 15min breaks"
Picker/Packer/Shipper (Former Employee) says"The work was fast pace and accuracy was required. I worked 3 pm to 11 pm and preferred to work days. If a day shift had been available it is possible that I would still be working there.Good team workers and holiday mealsTemporary workers that came and went.0"
Extruder Operator (Current Employee) says"It's a very hot humid environment. They work you as hard as they possibly can. The pay is lower then many other companies in the area. Everything is chaos. All the equipment is old and worn out and never gets PM.They dont random drug testThe work isnt worth the low pay."
Packer/Inspector (Former Employee) says"Pretty decent job to keep paying your bills, and if you enjoy the factory setting. Decent benefits.. 401k.. Stock options. Decent work environment ESPECIALLY if you have the willpower to stay out of other people's business and focus on yourself.. ie, stay out of the at work soap opera drama and stay on YOUR job descriptions. IJS.."
Packer/Inspector (Current Employee) says"Bell is a decent place to work. Very hard to move up in the company as they pick favorites. If you like standing on your feet all day doing the same thing over and over then Bell would be a good fit for you.Occasional grill outs. Great benefits and time sharing.Hot. High School like enviornment."
Machine Operator (Current Employee) says"My employer prohibits employees from posting about behind the scenes on our production due to competitive trade practices and to keep our trad secrets."
Vicky Faye says"RT @WeDontHaveTime: The #ClimateCrisis explained on TV 60 years ago! This excerpt is from the well known educational documentary "Unchai…"
0xDEFEC8ED says"RT @davidad: @theFoldster Bell Labs’ Murray Hill facility had wall panels every 6 feet with: - 3-phase 208V AC (3 hot, 1 common, 1 ground)…"
Attie Grande says"RT @davidad: @theFoldster Bell Labs’ Murray Hill facility had wall panels every 6 feet with: - 3-phase 208V AC (3 hot, 1 common, 1 ground)…"
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In The News
EFF reports"Unix and Adversarial Interoperability: The 'One Weird Antitrust Trick' That Defined Computing"
NJ.com reports"MVC’s computer system lags behind other states. Catching up is a costly, decades-long ordeal."
Nokiamob reports"Nokia Bell Labs broke the fiber optic bitrate record"
njtechweekly.com reports"Did Murray Hill-Based Bell Labs Invent the Internet? Weldon Argues “Yes” at UPitchNJ Event"