Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc. is a subsidiary of Consolidated Edison. Known as Con Edison or Con Ed, the utility provides electricity to 3.3 million residential and business customers in New York City, natural gas to around 1.1 million customers, and steam services to parts of the region, as well. The company owns and operates over 133,100 miles of overhead and underground power distribution lines.
The company reportedly matches up to six percent on 401(k) plans, and offers new mothers up to two months with 80 percent pay and four additional months with no pay. New employees get 10 days of paid vacation, and that increases with time at the company, with a cap of five weeks.
Employees like that "everyone is treated with respect, regardless of the position," and there is a "friendly, supportive" culture at the company. People who work at Con Edison also highlight that they get to work with "professional yet down-to-earth people" and that there is "job and financial stability." Some workers don't like that the "work can get repetitive" and think there are "too many useless meetings," but others enjoy "the chance to lead in energy efficiency" in a "relaxed work environment." – less
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