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50Hertz Transmission GmbH, formerly named Vattenfall Europe Transmission, is one of four transmission system operators for electricity in Germany, and is wholly owned by Eurogrid GmbH, indirectly owned and managed by the Belgian transmission system operator Elia System Operator and Australian-based IFM Investors. The company is a member of the European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity.

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PATRIOT Operator and System Maintainer (Former Employee) says

"Don't allow these recruiters to keep taking young people right out of high school and discharging them without any applicable skills for the real world. I can say I served my country but at what cost to myself.GI BillTreated like garbage"

Human Intelligence Collector (Former Employee) says

"Not a job for someone who isn't ready to do what your told about all aspects of your life. you are told what to wear, where to be and when to be there, what to do, and what to eat. Mangement sucks and no one cares about you."

Signal Support Systems Specialist (Current Employee) says

"Let me start off by saying these people are diluted in their approach to being even remotely competent at management,growth,career progression, and a plethora of other issues that plague the Army as a whole. Fort Riley has every issue you can imagine but intensified. Leaders do not care about anyone who is not writing their evaluations, promoting them, or giving them a leg up. Hours are long in the army which is understandable, but when you have random hours that consists of different times, its maddening. Leaders care about their reputation and the average joe is an afterthought.Structure almost nonexistent or shattered. Please if at all possible avoid Fort Riley.None at this timeLong hours, greed, and toxic leadership"

Intelligence Analyst (Former Employee) says

"0/10, would not recommend. Very ghetto. Stay away from airborne, my knees hurt. Stay away from Germany, everything closes at 6 pm. 24/7 lonely. Good liquor at the barracks parties."

Special Forces Communications Sergeant (Former Employee) says

"Don’t work here if you want to be involved in research and development...most subject matter others were having trouble grasping should have been known before graduating from high school. Many of the problem faced globally were problems that were already solved via a shallow understanding of u.s. history alone not to mention basic history of other nations that were covered in high school as well...NoneLow understanding of economics, history and physics"

master gunner (Former Employee) says

"worst decision i every made. you will never be home you will never be happy. you will only find misery and hate down this path. i am very displeased with the way my life headed. hooah."

Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) says

"There is no good with this company the US Army. First, the recruiter never told me that I could be an officer off of the street. Second, my drill sergeant expected me to be in charge of my unit after never being in the military before and calling me dumb because I couldn't. Third, I get to the unit at Fort Bragg, NC and my First Sergeant treats me like I am a step child and yells at me because I fell out of the 4-mile run for the first time because I was sick that morning. He accused me of looking at another Master sergeant funny while we were running. So I fell out every time we ran on purpose. I complained about him and another Master Sergeant in an EO meeting being racists because of their treatment of me and they moved me to another unit at Fort Bragg. Fourth, I was at the other unit at Fort Bragg and this other E-6 kept calling me a "Busta" and I complained about it in an EO meeting. Then the next day we had a PT test and because I got up from the pushups after meeting my quota for passing the pushups portion, he gave me a counseling statement but what he initially tried to do was kick me out of the Army. Lastly, I told the Captain of my unit that I changed my mind about extending my time to try to work at the Pentagon. Afterwards, he tried different tricks to get me in trouble so that I would not be eligible to reenlist for the Army because that way....he would NOT have to count me on his books as a soldier who did not reenlist. Free mealsThe living spaces, the field training exercises, the MOS Admin job was boring."

19 Delta Cavalry Scout (Former Employee) says

"Being in the army was one of the worst experiences in my life. The leadership is so toxic they will harass you and belittle you all the time and your peers dont want the same treatment so they'll join in with leadership to belittle you. You're a 24/he soldier and they constantly remind you that they are only legally obligated to give you 4 hours of sleep so be happy with what you get. Say goodbye to your free time, loved ones, sense of happiness, motivation and just anything that corresponds to the human feelings.Having the pride to say your a solider. Literrally thats itNo breaks, no free food you pay for it 1 way or another, the people who you are legally obligated to obey misuse that power to their leisure"

Forward Observer (Former Employee) says

"Army cared more about uniforms than the wars. They didn't care about having trained, professional soldiers. They wanted to win the hearts and minds of the people who were bombing our soldiers with the soldiers that we losing their friends. 2 combat deployments and i got out. Rarely miss it."

Operations Manager (Former Employee) says

"Great organization to join if you hate your family. You will be lied to, overworked, underpaid, over trained and under utilized. 90% of your time will be spent waiting to go home.CollegeI wouldn't even know where to begin..."

91B Vehicle Mechanic (Current Employee) says

"I will never again ever work or join any military branch they are racist and are unorganized I can’t believe I even enlisted in the first place. My opinion do not join ever"

13 Bravo Field Artillery Canon Crewman (Current Employee) says

"You get what you put in. All success is your own. You will work long and hard for meaningless goals. Always on the go and moving out. Very real and good benifits."

Welding Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"It’s not what it’s all cracked up to tbh, you get treated like a child while be expected to be an adult. Everything is backwards. I promise you !"

Soldier (Former Employee) says

"Rather not say. It has its pros and its cons but for me the cons outweighs the pros. I met some cool people but the leadership wasn’t the best. Join and find out for yourself."

Infantryman (11B) says

"If you like being managed by people who have almost no real clue about their job and have huge egos then join the army. Terrible hours, you're treated terribly, the atmosphere is toxic, and there's a reason suicide is high amongst the military in general. Don't do it."

Infantry Team Leader and Section Leader (Former Employee) says

"I was deployed repeatedly. My physical and mental health took a backburner to mission accomplishment. That didn't brother me. When drinking and drug abuse condoned quietly by my command finally brought on trouble I was thrown under the bus."

Turbine Engine Technician (Current Employee) says

"Nepotism and friends are absolutely the only ones who will be promoted. It is not a good place to work. I regret the decision I made years ago to work here.NoneNepotism"

Human Resources Specialist (Current Employee) says

"Terrible Job With Terrible leadership. Work hours are extended and overtime pay is not authorized. also, the living conditions are not humane and we do not get enough opportunities as far as career progression."

Intelligence Analyst (Former Employee) says

"If I could go back in time I would of joined another branch or not joined at all. I was lied to by my recruiters so I recommend researching and asking people before you sign."

Specialist (Former Employee) says

"Your job and rank in the military will affect your experience. Leadership will promote those who are physically fit over those who are more mentally qualified."

Current Employee - Senior Software Test Engineer says

"I have been working at 50 Hertz full-time for more than a year Cons: management think resources are slaves"

Former Employee - Senior PM says

"I worked at 50 Hertz full-time for less than a year Cons: If you build any expectation from company or management, it is your risk !"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at 50 Hertz full-time for more than a year Cons: It’s a bait.. Dont fall in the trap or your career is ruined"

Former Employee - Anonymous says

"I worked at 50 Hertz full-time for more than a year Cons: 1. Follow Hire & Fire pollicy. 2. Deduct some portion of amount from salary, which they commit to give after every 17 months. Actually they don't. 3. Bond sign for 3-4 Years with original EDUCATIONAL DOCUMENTS locking. 4. If you leave with in bond period you will neither get That Documents nor That Deducted money. Including no Experience letter. 5. On top of that if Management wish, they will delete code & Documents from the PC that you have worked in office ( employment period) & send you legal case notice from court. 6. Solution for that is either you have call them & negotiate by give them money or if you have to fight with them in court."

Former Employee - Software Engineer says

"I worked at 50 Hertz full-time for more than a year Cons: 1. No freedom(tremendous work pressure and a feeling of bonded labour). 2. You will not have any personal life after working there. 3. You might be sacked in the middle without any documents or without any compensation from the company 4. No PF facilities, nothing else. 5. No employee credibility. 6. No motivation."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at 50 Hertz full-time Cons: hidden from others is main issue"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at 50 Hertz full-time for more than a year Cons: Most of the things on cons side"

Current Employee - Software Engineer says

"I have been working at 50 Hertz full-time Cons: enviornment is not so ggod"

Former Employee - Software Developer says

"I worked at 50 Hertz full-time for more than a year Cons: - directors thinks of emloyees as slave. - you will have to call the HR excecutive in kolkata millions of times even for a small issue. - long working hours with very limited holidays. - no proper increment structure in place. Higher increment given to people close to directors."

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