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6 days ago

Manager, Supplier Manufacturing and Service Centers

HARMAN International Shelton, CT

Importantly, the Manager, Supplier Manufacturing & Service will serve as the primary interface between Luxury Audio Engineering and its suppliers… HARMAN International


18 hrs ago

Manufacturing Engineer - Tool Design – new

HARMAN International Elkhart, IN

Headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, HARMAN (NYSE: HAR) designs, manufactures, and markets a wide range of infotainment and audio solutions for… HARMAN International


15 days ago

Principal Software Systems Architect

HARMAN International Northridge, CA

- Develop strategies, documentation, standards, prototypes and processes to deploy and apply system related software independent from specific… HARMAN International


18 hrs ago

Retail Marketing and Business Development Manager – new

HARMAN International New York, NY

also include providing exceptional customer experiences, establishing new corporate relationships, acting as the Harman store event coordinator, and… HARMAN International


17 days ago

Director, Corporate Counsel - Intellectual Property & Product Counsel

HARMAN International Farmington Hills, MI

Harman International Industries, Inc. is seeking an attorney with strong intellectual property experience, in particular with a background of… HARMAN International


13 days ago

Senior Director, Microphone/Headphone CoC (AKG Pro)

HARMAN International Northridge, CA

Management: - Prepare an annual business plan for PRO management review. - Create a positive and supportive work environment. - Conduct regular staff… HARMAN International


20 days ago

Senior Navigation Engineer

HARMAN International Shanghai R&D, CN

Develop and optimize software for embedded automotive navigation subsystem. Develop navigation engine software for global market. Develop and… HARMAN International


5 days ago

Product Manager (m/w) - Telematics

HARMAN International Ittersbach

Req ID: 24801-de_DE Ihre Aufgaben: - Durchführung von Wettbewerbs-, Marktpotenzial- und Benchmarking-Analysen sowie enger Austausch mit unseren… HARMAN International


18 days ago

Category Specialist Outsourcing m/f

HARMAN International Ittersbach

- Verhandeln und Abschließen von Einzelverträgen bzw. Rahmenverträgen und individuellen Vereinbarungen - Mitarbeit an der Optimierung der Supply… HARMAN International


20 days ago

Technician ATG (m/f)

HARMAN International Straubing

- Support function for HW and SW projects - Plan, develop and build up hardware - Plan, develop and program small software projects - Audio… HARMAN International


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    Harman Soundcraft/Studer in Potters Bar

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Potters Bar, England
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Potters Bar, England

    I worked at HARMAN full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    This all relates to working on the factory floor. The hours are pretty flexible and there is no real panic to get work done. You can (within reason) take your time and get the job done right. The atmosphere is friendly and you can have a laugh with your mates or keep yourself to yourself and get on with your work. There is little supervision.

    Cons

    I have never seen such a badly run Stores in my life. This is a legacy problem created by starting as a small independant company with one set of PN's, being taken over by a huge orginisation and changing PN's, absorbing another company (Studer) changing PN's again and finaly being forced to adopt a worldwide rationalisation of Stores and changing PN's again. Nothing is in the right place in a Stores that is huge in comparison to the size of the operation.

    The push to manufacture in China was another disaster. Parts are bought from China and shipped to the UK, they are then shipped to the chinese manufacturer who assembles the PCB's and ships them back to the UK. Often the PCB's are assembled into products that are then sold to China. Mistakes are made at every step and this combined with a huge and badly run Stores means there are massive delays as people hunt for parts or fix stock errors

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Relocate the company and use the opportunity to kill off old products and rationalise stores. Get rid of the dead wood.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO