Corporate Trainer (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 19, 2018
The employent environment is terrible. If you are not one of the Chosen, you.have no hope of advancement. There is major brown nosing going on. You don't know day to day if you have a job. If you do submit a resignation notice, you are immediately walked out and there is no respect for the notice given.
Hvac/Plumber (Former Employee) – Wallingford, CT – March 19, 2018
I was assigned to a building that they had a contract for the past 20 years and worked there for 8 years and once they lost the contract I lost my job because they had no place to put me even though they took the favorite employees and placed them elsewhere, if you don't play the game you get no where with them no matter what a good employee you were.
Senior Critical Systems Operations Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 6, 2018
I enjoyed my time with EMCOR. only reason for leaving was financial. The management structure was very positive and supportive. Technical support was always available to help keep the client's infrastructure with a 99.9999 percent uptime.
Very busy work day. I like to keep busy so that was good for me. They sent me to alot of different work sites where I learned alot from the installer
Installation Technician/helper (Former Employee) – Lake Success – February 26, 2018
I liked working for EMCOR. I learned alot and I had a work van which makes it easier to go directly to work site. I was laid off due to lack of work acailable. I never called in sick while working there. I was sorry to leave.
Work van, Ipad. Good benefits. Good people to work with.
I didnt even get to start apprentice school. Getting laid off.
Facilities Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Liverpool, NY – February 11, 2018
Dont know what to say really. Seemed liked a great company to work for. Left my previous job to try and advance my career cause I was told from the president of the company that nothing but great opportunity would happen for me. Liked my past job and wasn't really even looking. Just hoping to land something that offered better benefits. Lasted about 4 months with Emcor and was supposedly laid off due to cutbacks from the company I worked for. Dont know how much of that is true from talking to some people within Emcor. No notice just laid off in an instant and couldn't even be offered another position somewhere else. So yeah now I'm jobless and I have kids, a mortgage, and my bills. Just please be aware before applying to this company. You can and will be expendable without notice. Especially if they pay you well. They dont care about experience. Lets just say if they can find someone who will work for less pay they will without any regret. From my time there there's been 3 cutbacks or downsizing. All this from a fortune 500 company! To make matters worse the president/CEO of Emcor wouldn't even pay me for my vacation that he promised me as part of my offer to come aboard. SMH just a sad situation for anyone to go through..
IDIQ Project Manager (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – February 2, 2018
Enjoyed working with many different people during my time at EMCOR. I managed multiple projects and desalt with many people but had a poor manager that micro managed and delegated his responsibilities onto others.
Payroll Clerk (Former Employee) – Costa Mesa, CA – February 1, 2018
This is a place where i learned a lot of payroll regulations, and help me get knowledge that i needed to move forward in the payroll world. Everyone was really nice, and it was a great working environment.
Plant Operator - Tyson's Corner Center Mall (Former Employee) – Tysons Corner, VA – January 24, 2018
Good place to work and learn different jobs Completed work and performed preventive maintenance on a daily basis. Got a chance to meet different people while working in a mall environment.Changd filters throughout the mall, cleaned fan coils, punched chiller tubes, painted equipment through out building.
General Clerk III/Project Manager Assistant (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – January 13, 2018
Opening up the office, Greeting visitors, performing my various amount of duties. Answering the phones, receiving and dispatching service call. Entering maximo to see if any new job are available tracking RWA job and their status. I perform many task through-out my day and the hardest part is others not performing their job in order to complete some of my duties. the enjoyable part of my job is the interaction with the staff and visitors.
Sca, No Raise, No room for Growth, No sick and good healthcare isn't affordable
Unsafe, disorganized, worst experience of my life.
Mechanic (Former Employee) – Colorado – December 20, 2017
Very surprised that no one was killed. Lots of injuries with improper PPE because it "wasn't budgeted". Manipulated schedule to short employees hours and wages. Backed out of promised bonuses. Management and executive structure is very poor, communication is non-existent, and tasks are muddled. Please, if you can keep from working here, do it. This is a serious warning.
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – December 11, 2017
Originally I began working at Viox Services who was a subsidurary of EMCOR. Later during my time at Viox EMCOR purchased another company called USM. USM was basically a janitorial company that subbed out all of its work. USM was flashy and impressed the right people at the right times and merged with Viox to form EMCOR Facility Services. I was offered a promotion that came with much more responsibility making a salary that was less than I had made as any hourly associate. I truly enjoyed my time at Viox, but as time went on I saw more and more that I was just a number. There are still some great people at this organization that I greatly admire and respect, unfortunatly that number is less and less as time goes on.
I have enjoyed working at Viox/Emcor. The management is easy to talk to and flexible if something comes up and you need off. Working in landscape install I’ve experienced a lot of good foremen and laborers. Most of the guys in the field have at least 10+ years tenure. That tells you something....
Good culture average pay decent equipment safety minded
Landscape Technician (Former Employee) – Loveland, CO – November 17, 2017
If you dont mind spending more time filling out work orders and pre task plans then this is the place for you. The management is very poor they are extremely reactive rather than proactive. Demand that you just make stuff happen than spend money to actually make it happen
Customer Service Associate (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – November 8, 2017
A flood of talented people leave and management doesn't care. Blame is always placed on people who had nothing to do with a problem. You will train yourself but get blamed for a mistake that you were never taught how to handle.
Poor communication, no training, management doesn't care, if you complain about ANYTHING your days are numbered.
Enjoyed working at Emcor would still be there if contract had not been lost to bid, good pay as well as good benefits,Contract was with Dell/EMC and a new contractor won the bid forcing certain jobs to be transitioned out, Exit pay was good, I am trying to get another position with Emcor in the area but on luck thus far