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Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy S.A., formerly Gamesa Corporación Tecnológica S.A. (Spanish pronunciation: [ɡaˈmesa koɾpoɾaˈθjon teɣnoˈloxika]) and Grupo Auxiliar Metalúrgico S.A., is a Spanish-German wind engineering company based in Zamudio, Biscay, Spain. It manufactures wind turbines and provides onshore and offshore wind services. It is the world's second largest wind turbine manufacturer.

A former employee shares his experience on indeed.com, "At the early beginning Siemens Gamesa was fun, new and exciting. But due to the attitude and verbal harassment at an early stage from the Site manager it shortly thereafter began to lose its steam. The team I was with found it hard to work and be safe while bringing up safety concerns with regards to the Site lead AND Site manager among tooling and procedure issues we felt like our job was getting more and more difficult to perform and be safe while doing our work in a safe environment. After bringing up these safety and harassment concerns with upper management members of the team were forced to leave. I feel like this organization does not have it together and their leadership currently is poor with regards to this situation. I will not recommend Siemens Gamesa as a place of work for anyone."

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Production Team Leader (Current Employee) says

"Will hound bereaved staff recently returned from compassionate leave with needless "investigations" until their mental health is so badly affected that the police have to be called to ensure their welfare. Senior management of the Hull Site have little to no knowledge of their own processes and procedures. Gender discrimination is rife.Product is world changingHull Site management and moral"

Operative (Current Employee) says

"Dont apply for this company no matter how desperate you are!!!! They treat you like dumb child and will xxxx you over at any opportunity they get. Uts run by morons who dont know wgat they are doing. Lower management are just as clueless."

Turbine Technician (Former Employee) says

"They work you like a rented mule... but it paid the bills. You go home covered in grease every day. you work with a bunch of stoners and druggies. half the people don't have degrees and they are more stupid than the rocks on the groundgood prediemwork"

Operario de fábrica (Former Employee) says

"Una fábrica montada en medio de ningún lugar, donde la gente carece de educación y no corresponde a los valores de la marca Siemens."

General Labor (Former Employee) says

"The management is not supportive and is a micro manager. Does not give positive feedback, instead only focuses on the negative. You are not allowed to ask questions."

Wind Service Technician (Former Employee) says

"At the early beginning it was fun, new and exciting. But due to the attitude and verbal harassment at an early stage from the Site manager it shortly thereafter began to lose its steam. The team i was with found it hard to work and be safe while bringing up safety concerns with regards to the Site lead AND Site manager among tooling and procedure issues we felt like our job was getting more and more difficult to perform and be safe while doing our work in a safe environment. After bringing up these safety and harassment concerns with upper management members of the team where forced to leave. I feel like this organization does not have it together and there leadership currently is poor with regards to this situation. I will not recommend Siemens Gamesa as a place of work for anyone."

Technician (Current Employee) says

"Incredible lack of leadership, and integrity. While overtime is plentiful, it is also mandatory. The ladder to success is how much butt you kiss. I would only recommend this job, if you are a workaholic."

Mechanical Assembler (Current Employee) says

"The pay is good for most jobs across the board that can be performed by just about anyone. The management however seems to have no experience in managing anything. People are consistently overlooked for different positions even though they have experience in that aspect to allow for the friends and favorites of the people in charge to keep who they want in power rather than the most qualified."

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