My experience at Antea Group (formerly Delta Engineers)
Employee (Former Employee) – West Chester, PA – July 11, 2011
The company is very cost conscious and rightfully so in this economic climate. However, at the same token, they are willing to hire with the expectation that the new hire will learn by osmosis. They provide more time on safety training, even in positions that don't require it, rather than the essentials of the job. Nor do they provide resources for the new employee. This is common throughout the company. Management is totally inflexible and promotes micromanaging their employees. They will offer one a reasonable salary, then demote them in less than a year. They also force their hourly employees to work more hours than they are paid which is highly illegal, but given the status of the economy employees are willling to do so in order to keep their jobs. I do not recommend working for this company, unless you can read minds and have a high tolerance to hostility.
inflexible, micromanaging, management has unrealistic expectations, no on-job training provided, disrespectful, unreasonable long hours
Project Professional (Former Employee) – Novi, MI – May 9, 2017
An employer with very great safety culture where discussions are valued. Your work will depend on the available client work. Depending on your role or projects that you support, work hours are flexible.
Great place, good workload, very nice coworkers/ managers
Staff Professional (Former Employee) – Farmington, CT – September 9, 2015
The entry level position is very labor intensive. It was tough but enjoyable, the worst part I think was having to work outside during not so great weather. The management is great, they care about your personal advancement through the company and your well-being. The pay wasn't really that great, but they know that and are inclined to give raises every year.
Coworkers, Management system, Regard for employee safety and wellbeing