Yokogawa
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Yokogawa Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1987
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $5bn to $10bn (SGD)
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Scientific Research & Development

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Salaries

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 409 reviews and is evolving.
4.5020174.6720184.5020193.502020

Reviews

Engineer in Bedok
on November 20, 2020
work life balance.
-Flexible on working, allow to work remote even you are based on Singapore.-Room for you to learn new techniquesEvery year you have opportunity to apply and attend the class with company costs.-Workload is manageable You are able to discuss with your supervisor about the work and able to get the support from management -Travel Able to travel with good allowance
Senior Engineer in Singapore
on April 2, 2020
Good Work place
Good Work place Ambience. Work/life balance is sustainable. Limited career growth opportunities. Good to work if you don't mind having higher elevations.
Manager in Bedok
on July 13, 2019
Good working environment
Work is tough and rather long. Environment and health and benefits are quite good. Worked there for 17 years before I quit. Tough job but good pay. Good benefits.
Project Assistant (Poly intern) in Singapore
on April 16, 2019
nice working environment
everyone is friendly and approachable, when ever need helps someone is always there for you. most importantly we able to learn new things and meet the people from different age group
Admin Officer II in Singapore
on November 8, 2018
Vigilant, productive and fun working environment
I really love to work in this company because I learned a lot of things. My manager taught me how to become independent like dealing with different vendors, customers and project managers from in and out of the company. I learned how to manage my work from simple to complex things, being a broad minded person and communicates effectively with co-workers with different cultures and nationalities. The top challenges in this job was scheduling lot areas for the upcoming FAT's when the areas are full. I enjoyed doing this as most of the time I provide solution to the said challenges by talking to the managers by re-scheduling the allotted areas and minimize the space so other projects can fit-in.

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