ABB (www.abb.com) is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve performance while lowering environmental impact. The ABB group of companies operates in some 100 countries and employs approximately 150,000 people. In Canada, ABB (www.abb.ca) employs close to 5,000 people from coast to coast. We are the market leader in power transmission and distribution and hold leading market positions in most key product areas.
The ABB Group is made up of five global divisions, that is:
* Revenues in 2013
Innovation is the key to ABB’s competitive advantage. Our leadership is built on consistent research and development investments.
Innovation, passion and diversity are hallmarks of ABB. We take pride in our dynamic and multicultural team that spans the globe, working in the fascinating world of high technology.
ABB Inc. stands out by its wage structure and tangible and intangible benefits. We conduct annual market and labour analysis in order to ensure competitive compensation for each of our positions and employees.
Pay equity is an important and essential value for the long-term viability of our business.
In brief, we offer a competitive base salary:
Similarly, we have implemented intangible benefits: flexible time, teleworking, discount on various services, gym, training, language courses, life insurance, and travel insurance. ...
Our company has been growing since the past few years; we hire over 400 persons every year and even more in the years to come.
Our recruitment policy facilitates and fosters internal movement, this also worldwide. Continuous training and personal growth are important components for the development of employees.
We have a wide range of opportunities in electrical, mechanical, physics, electronic, chemical, civil engineering and much more !
We offer training on our products, seminars and conferences to broaden the technical knowledge of our employees.
We offer ABB certifications with well-established partnerships and universities recognized internationally. ...
ABB’s research and development programs focus on incremental and breakthrough developments to address challenges including:
We attach a great deal of importance to sustainability in product development, and we focus on resource and energy efficiency of equipment over life cycle.
ABB has set itself ambitious targets for reducing the use of energy, raw materials and hazardous materials in its operations. For example, in China: 63% cut in energy use per unit of revenue between 2002 and 2008. ...
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