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A tremendous company
Field Technician III (Former Employee), Allendale, NJJune 11, 2014
Pros: got to travel on behalf of the company
Cons: it was taxing on how little i was in one place
Every employee was open to help you learn and assist in any way. It gave a lot of space for an employee to work independently.
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Productive Workpalce
Clerical Assistant (Former Employee), Walnut Creek, CAMarch 30, 2014
Company filled with hard working individuals who cared for each other.
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Lot's of experience on various projects
Field Services Technician II (Current Employee), Upper Saddle River, NJDecember 18, 2013
Good company. There is always work to be done. In the field there are lot's of ways to troubleshoot issues, learn technical knowledge from higher up's and also many different sites to get involved with.
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Beware... They'll reel you in during the interview only to flip the script once you start.
Project Analyst (Former Employee), Seattle, WASeptember 4, 2013
Pros: free lunches
Cons: no schedule flexibility, you must work from 8-5, poor leadership from the vp down
Where to start? Being a project "analyst" at this company is more like being a personal secretary to the Project Engineers you work with. There is very little independence in terms of work resourcing, the tasks you'll have are the tasks you are given by others. You are expected to meet a weekly billability quota of 65%, and must detail your time sheet – more... with notes down to 15 minute increments, you are not told this at any point during the interview process. If you fall below 65% billability you must justify why you weren't as busy for the week, if your answer isn't to your supervisor's liking you'll be threatened with furloughs (although they have no idea what a furlough is). The PMO in Seattle is particularly awful; on my second day there I was told by a co-worker... "Wow, you're the third analyst we've had in 5 months". This was the first red flag, of many to come. How people are promoted to managerial or supervisory roles is beyond me. It seems to be based upon years of service rather than actual leadership abilities, the Seattle PMO is severely lacking in capable leadership. There will be analyst positions posted for the Seattle office in the next few months, unless you're a complete lackey do not apply. There also isn't a clear career progression path for an analyst in this company which can be exceedingly frustrating. – less
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Great Internship
Process Mechanical Engineering Intern (Former Employee), Seattle, WAJuly 30, 2013
Wonderful team in the Process Mechanical Department in the Downtown Seattle office.
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Recent management changes made this place a difficult place o work
Senior Microsoft SQL Server Team lead (Current Employee), Walnut CreekJuly 13, 2013
Pros: flexibilty but not anymore
Cons: politics
Not much growth in skills.
I larned for many years but recently because of recent management chanes, not much learning.
Co-wokers are great.
Hardest part of the job is to deal wih supervisor.
working wih co-worker.

About Brown and Caldwell

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