Accounting Clerk (Former Employee) – Glen Allen, VA – July 17, 2015
The most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with co-workers. The building and location was nice too.
The least enjoyable is having to learn new processes without training. There were too many new systems being implemented without ample testing. They always talked about the importance of "Team-work." You can't have one person's input and expect these new systems to work properly. Also, don't believe them when they tell you that you are a good worker. They'll recognize you for your good work, then get rid of you. Management just sees you as a number.
If you're looking for job security, appreciation, and good Management, stay away...
Co-workers, lunch/breaks, and the location.
Management, favoritism, disorganized, and management.
AECOM is now one of the largest engineering and construction firms since the acquisition of URS Corp. It is typical of the other owners of the legacy companies with average benefits. Growth opportunities have diminished and there is significant turnover of personnel in the Power Group.
Flex day (alternate Friday off) schedule
Treated as a commodity; top heavy management; convoluted organization
Productive and fun place to work withe great workers
Assistant Structural Bridge Engineer (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – July 9, 2015
A typical day at work was to write reports about the tunnels and bridges we inspected the days before. I learner that team work is extremely important in order to accomplish all the work. my co-workers were great. The hardest part of the job was at the beginning while i was adapting myself to write lots of reports at once on top of inspecting tunnels and bridges during the night. The most enjoyable part was free beagle Fridays.
Shipping/Receiving (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City – July 9, 2015
I love working for a company who cares about their employees, we get our job done in a timely manner, we treat each other with the upmost respect, we have company picnics and overall it's a great company to work for
8 hrs a day starting at 7:00 am. Usually i have something assignated for the day. Learn of instruments systems. No very good realtionship with my co-workers. Management were very unfair. The hardest part of the job were have to do assigments that did not correspond with my type of work. The most enjoyable part of work was to interact with new people.
Office Assistant (Current Employee) – Mobile, AL – July 5, 2015
Nice place to work with good benefits and competent staff that are experts in their respective fields of engineering. I've learned a great deal about office logistics and we often have office luncheons for morale.
System Administrator II (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – July 3, 2015
I was Active Duty Navy for 6 years and transitioning to civilian life was made easy by the environment at AECOM. I feel comfortable with using the knowledge that I attained while in the Navy and using it everyday.
Tech. II (General Laborer) (Former Employee) – Sanford, NC – June 27, 2015
Lead guyand co-workers Were Fine BUT Management was Horrible Communication was horrible and sometimes disrespectful and a bad case of conflict of interest, and no room for advancement form within unless you are a friend meaning he knew before you were hired or a family member in that order don't voice your opinion or you can end up on the black ball list..