Life At Schneider Electric

DO SOMETHING: An Employee Story of Finding Meaningful Purpose at Work

Written by Guest Blogger, Jenna Roland.  Jennifer Curtis leads Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) for Schneider Electric in North America. As a working mother, purpose, integrity and fairness drive her. Hear… Read more »

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Mobility and Opportunity have Meaning at Schneider Electric

Written by Guest Blogger, Cassie Crossley During my first year working at Schneider Electric, it was normal to see a lot of change. I saw organizational announcements each week that… Read more »

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International Women’s Day – A Time for Bold Change

Each year, International Women’s Day celebrates the achievement of women socially, culturally, economically, and politically. The theme for this year’s celebration is #BeBoldForChange. There are few women who are more… Read more »

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How Nicole Found her Home at Schneider Electric

Written by Guest Blogger, Nicole Caceres I heard the annoying drone of the alarm clock, hit snooze and rolled over. BAM! My eyes popped open and I shot up out… Read more »

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How Schneider Electric Celebrates LGBT Employees

Written by Guest Blogger, David Clark When I joined APC’s Customer Care Center at Schneider Electric in June 2016, I looked for ways to contribute to the positive, engaging atmosphere… Read more »

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Information to Ace Your Next Career Fair

Attending a career fair for college students can be a stressful day. You’ll be surrounded by hundreds if not thousands of your peers and classmates, all looking to find that… Read more »

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A Baby Boomer and a Millennial on the Value of Industrial Careers

Written by Guest Bloggers Jason Dodier and Peter Martin Few recent graduates appear to be focused on pursuing careers in the industrial sector. Perhaps the traditional dirty and rusty images… Read more »

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Hard Work Pays Off for Influential Executive

Ivonne Valdes, Vice President of the Cloud and Service Provider segment at Schneider Electric, has always believed that hard work and persistence pay off. And she’s validated that belief with each… Read more »

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Embracing the Life Side of Work/Life Balance

Written by Guest Blogger, Zachary Hanners Work life balance is an important element to consider when choosing a career. Many of us become so consumed with work that it begins to… Read more »

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Schneider Electric was at the Grace Hopper Celebration and it was Amazing

Written by Guest Blogger, Stephanie Byrd Many large, popular companies, including Schneider Electric, Facebook, Disney, and Starbucks, were all in one huge room at the Grace Hopper Celebration last October…. Read more »

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How Schneider Electric Celebrates LGBT Employees

Written by Guest Blogger, David Clark When I joined APC’s Customer Care Center at Schneider Electric in June 2016, I looked for ways to contribute to the positive, engaging atmosphere… Read more »

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International Women’s Day – A Time for Bold Change

Each year, International Women’s Day celebrates the achievement of women socially, culturally, economically, and politically. The theme for this year’s celebration is #BeBoldForChange. There are few women who are more… Read more »

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My Interview at Schneider Electric

Written by Guest Blogger, Kyle Kretz My journey at Schneider Electric started with an interview. But the real story starts before that. It was a cool autumn Monday at Miami… Read more »

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Couple Manages Work Life Balance Working Together

When Danny Byrd, a marketing analyst for Schneider Electric in Raleigh, North Carolina, began his career, he didn’t even know what marketing analytics was. After graduating from  North Carolina State… Read more »

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Hard Work Pays Off for Influential Executive

Ivonne Valdes, Vice President of the Cloud and Service Provider segment at Schneider Electric, has always believed that hard work and persistence pay off. And she’s validated that belief with each… Read more »

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Embracing the Life Side of Work/Life Balance

Written by Guest Blogger, Zachary Hanners Work life balance is an important element to consider when choosing a career. Many of us become so consumed with work that it begins to… Read more »

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A Baby Boomer and a Millennial on the Value of Industrial Careers

Written by Guest Bloggers Jason Dodier and Peter Martin Few recent graduates appear to be focused on pursuing careers in the industrial sector. Perhaps the traditional dirty and rusty images… Read more »

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Schneider Electric was at the Grace Hopper Celebration and it was Amazing

Written by Guest Blogger, Stephanie Byrd Many large, popular companies, including Schneider Electric, Facebook, Disney, and Starbucks, were all in one huge room at the Grace Hopper Celebration last October…. Read more »

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A Remote Worker’s Tips on Working from Home

Written by Guest Blogger, Matt Craven It’s that time of the day again. As a sourcer in the Talent Acquisition team, I’m off to work, searching for great talent. I… Read more »

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Mobility and Opportunity have Meaning at Schneider Electric

Written by Guest Blogger, Cassie Crossley During my first year working at Schneider Electric, it was normal to see a lot of change. I saw organizational announcements each week that… Read more »

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How Schneider Electric Celebrates LGBT Employees

Written by Guest Blogger, David Clark When I joined APC’s Customer Care Center at Schneider Electric in June 2016, I looked for ways to contribute to the positive, engaging atmosphere… Read more »

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My Interview at Schneider Electric

Written by Guest Blogger, Kyle Kretz My journey at Schneider Electric started with an interview. But the real story starts before that. It was a cool autumn Monday at Miami… Read more »

4 Comments

DO SOMETHING: An Employee Story of Finding Meaningful Purpose at Work

Written by Guest Blogger, Jenna Roland.  Jennifer Curtis leads Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) for Schneider Electric in North America. As a working mother, purpose, integrity and fairness drive her. Hear… Read more »

4 Comments

Information to Ace Your Next Career Fair

Attending a career fair for college students can be a stressful day. You’ll be surrounded by hundreds if not thousands of your peers and classmates, all looking to find that… Read more »

2 Comments

How Nicole Found her Home at Schneider Electric

Written by Guest Blogger, Nicole Caceres I heard the annoying drone of the alarm clock, hit snooze and rolled over. BAM! My eyes popped open and I shot up out… Read more »

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A Baby Boomer and a Millennial on the Value of Industrial Careers

Written by Guest Bloggers Jason Dodier and Peter Martin Few recent graduates appear to be focused on pursuing careers in the industrial sector. Perhaps the traditional dirty and rusty images… Read more »

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International Women’s Day – A Time for Bold Change

Each year, International Women’s Day celebrates the achievement of women socially, culturally, economically, and politically. The theme for this year’s celebration is #BeBoldForChange. There are few women who are more… Read more »

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Couple Manages Work Life Balance Working Together

When Danny Byrd, a marketing analyst for Schneider Electric in Raleigh, North Carolina, began his career, he didn’t even know what marketing analytics was. After graduating from  North Carolina State… Read more »

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Mobility and Opportunity have Meaning at Schneider Electric

Written by Guest Blogger, Cassie Crossley During my first year working at Schneider Electric, it was normal to see a lot of change. I saw organizational announcements each week that… Read more »

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Schneider Electric was at the Grace Hopper Celebration and it was Amazing

Written by Guest Blogger, Stephanie Byrd Many large, popular companies, including Schneider Electric, Facebook, Disney, and Starbucks, were all in one huge room at the Grace Hopper Celebration last October…. Read more »

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