Productive and fun workplace with family atmosphere.
Internal Audit Intern (Former Employee), Alexandria, La – August 14, 2014
Pros: i gained valuable real world experience for the profession i want to be in, i could not be more thankful for the opportunity.
Cons: i drove each day from lafayette to alexandria, as well as back.
I learned how to conduct audits, what things to look for specifically to solve problems, and what the typical day on the job is like for internal auditors. I enjoyed working with every co-worker and I admired how I wasn't treated as their subordinate, even though that was the case. The hardest part of the job was definitely being thrown into the fire – more... on some audits, having no idea what to do first and etc. However, I learned a lot because of it. I am most proud of improving my communication skills and learning how to talk to people and a formal level and with confidence. Before this internship, I was extremely shy, but it has opened my eyes to the world and I am eager to experience more in the field of auditing. – less
Senior Power Plant Mechanic (Former Employee), Mansfield, LA – October 26, 2012
Pros: good benefits.
Cons: really none.
I actually worked for a company (welding/millwright) that built this plant from ground up. Later years I hired on as a Maintenance Mechanic. Worked there many years. They had a re-organization which I took to try and get closer to home. Employees were good to work with. Supervisors were hired within which, some were good and some just wanted a title...