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Cumming Corporation United States Employee Reviews

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Construction Manager (Former Employee), Southern california EdisonMarch 12, 2014
Pros: freedom
Cons: away from home 90% of the time.
Great company to work for. Pay and benefits very competitive.
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Excellent company!
"Overhead" (Current Employee), Southern CaliforniaMay 7, 2013
Pros: advancement, team culture, small company feel, salary
Cons: healthcare benefits
I've worked in the "group services" division at Cumming for multiple years now. Cumming is very much a "work hard, play hard" type of atmosphere. There are very high expectations, but everyone works well together as a team at the same time. We have tons of outings together and I genuinely hang out with people outside of work. There are no closed doors and opportunity for advancement is based on how good you are... not tenure.
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Cost Manager (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CAMarch 15, 2013
Sat at a computer and reviewed plans and specifications.
Hardest part of the job was working in Los Angeles. The best part was leaving Los Angeles.
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Really poor place to work
Project Manager (Former Employee), Loma Linda, CAJune 14, 2012
Pros: pays well - what is your soul worth?
Cons: everything else.
Lack of integrity and values.

The head of the CM group does not value honesty or integrity. Taking advantage of the clients is the norm there. They are just a money grab. their philosophy appears to be the longer we can make the project last, the more money we make.