ABB
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ABB Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    CEO Björn Rosengren
  • Founded
    1898
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (NZD)
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining, Utilities
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 4.3K reviews and is evolving.
4.0020175.002018

Reviews

Manufacturing Engineer in New Plymouth, Taranaki
on 3 April 2017
Good people, great working environment
The company has a global focus. Lessons from other plants are shared globally to assist all plants with continuous improvement prospects. The company has a goal to be the preferred global supplier of its products & is structured to promote growth & additionally looks to help individuals to grow with the company. ABB is continuously looking to discover new technologies, or to improve on existing ones. The company is well funded & progressive in all facets of the business. ABB also boasts & demands a high standard of ethics across the board. ABB is also very diversified, & therefor has a strong business model.
Assembly Line Worker/Factory Hand in Lincoln, Auckland
on 8 March 2018
gret company to work for
Great staff and working environment. wonderful staff very team oriented. Helpful staff. great work advancement opportunities. you work hard and you are rewarded.
HSEQ Manager New Zealand ABB Service in Christchurch
on 2 October 2013
Demanding work but good people
Implementing and reporting on HSEQ processes and answering questions from all variety of staff, management allowed me to get on and do my job without much interference. I enjoyed many of the people who worked there. The hardest part was fighting fires all the time and the most enjoyable was dealing with the people.
Protection Technician Trainee in Stratford
on 27 July 2013
Productive and serious working nature
Some times coldest and rainy day working outside is horrible. I have learned lot about safety. Management was friendly and co workers are very co operative. Hardest part is working at height By operating Cherry picker inside live substation. Most enjoyable is new project work.

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Favourable experience
Interview is average
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