Samsung SDS Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Samsung SDS, established in 1985 as a subsidiary of Samsung Group, is a provider of information technology (IT) services, including consulting services, technical services, and outsourcing services. SDS is also active in research and development of emerging IT technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, Internet of things (IoT) and Engineering Outsourcing. In 2019, Samsung SDS reported a net profit of 750.4 billion won ($635 million), an increase of 17.5 percent year-on-year. The company is estimated to have the 11th most valuable brand among global IT service companies, at US$3.7 billion as of January 2020. Samsung SDS has headquarters in South Korea and eight overseas subsidiaries, in America, Asia-Pacific, China, Europe, Latin America, Middle East, India, and Vietnam.
Logistics Coordinator (Current Employee) says"Management lacks workforce leadership and communication. Global promotions opportunities are very few. System have too much chain levels. Job descriptions ponerlas between positions. Cons: Na"
Office Manager (Former Employee) says"I had excellent co-workers. But my experience with the management was terrible. They harass the employees and if they do not like an employee, they do everything to kick them out. The Plant Manager and his friends make the worker miserable if they do not like them. They are rude and very unprofessional and very disrespectful. It is a very stressful environment. The work is great but the management are really bad. Cons: Worst Management, No benefits, No job security"
Sr. Staff (Current Employee) says"Mission driven company and work balance is unstable."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Samsung SDS full-time for less than a year Cons: Horrible office, location is of a small business. People take credit for work you do, and seniors are nice but do not know how to properly do their own job. Director is very mean and she has major rbf."
Former Employee - Manager says"I worked at Samsung SDS full-time Cons: culture, pay, no work/life balance"
Current Employee - Principal Engineer says"I have been working at Samsung SDS full-time Cons: Awful place to work, keep looking"
Former Employee - Director says"I worked at Samsung SDS full-time for more than 8 years Cons: Everything else, horrible management. Hierarchical and tyrannical. Low pay."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Samsung SDS full-time Cons: Racial and gender discrimination is so widespread all around the company. If you are Caucasian, or Korean male who can speak Korean, this is the place for you. Korean is the only language for a lot of the communication. Sweatshop, never work smart, using a lot of outdated technologies. Totally controlled by HQ."
Former Employee - Recruiter says"I worked at Samsung SDS full-time for more than a year Cons: Culture, leadership, professional development, growth opportunities"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Samsung SDS full-time for more than 5 years Cons: Not a technology company. You won't learn much."
Current Employee - IT Manager says"I have been working at Samsung SDS full-time for more than 8 years Cons: During my annual review my Sr. Directory stated the following: " There is no career path" "There is no promotion" "SDSA does not care about your accomplishments" "If you want career path and rewards you should leave SDSA""
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Samsung SDS full-time for more than 3 years Cons: It's the most disorganized company I ever worked for For whatever reason, people are always late or cancel meetings. Please don't accept meetings you likely can't make! Annual goals are set halfway through the year, and then you evaluate yourself on the half when you didn't know the goals. Why have goals at all if it is so late? The company is losing half a year of productivity Same thing about organization around events that require travel. Always last minute"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Samsung SDS full-time Cons: Low pay - 6% bonuses and 2% raises each year regardless of how well you do. Also no stock and no promotions except for a couple people who know which butts to kiss and how to kiss them. HR is completely out of touch with reality of keeping good people around in Silicon Valley. More than half the team left in the past year and more will leave soon because getting an offer somewhere else is guarantees to be higher pay"