Procurement Specialist (Former Employee) – Waukesha, WI – March 5, 2018
Nice company to work for. Excellent place to work. Hours are long but time off is very reasonable. The work load is constant and consistent. The people are amazingly skilled and friendly. Great benefits but Management will throw you under the bus to hide they're own mistake.
Field Sales, Light Industry (Current Employee) – Roswell, GA – February 15, 2018
The company is large, but very segmented with lots of silos. The management doesn't know how to support new hires and cannot help with everyday job functions. The amount of support that has recently been cut, means you are asked to do a lot outside of your job role. Targets and sales goals are not based on actual performance. Pervasive good old boy culture with the older staff that have stuck around.
work your own schedule
Unrealistic goals, too much turnover, no direction, no support
Field Service Engineer (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – February 9, 2018
Work entailed constant travel to construction sites worldwide, usually on fairly short notice. Evoqua's attention to job safety was top notch. However, safety awareness at client sites could vary from highly proactive to non-existent. Quality issues were often remedied in the field. Shipment scheduling rarely had anything to do with when the client was ready for the equipment.
Traveled to interesting places
Clients were often not as ready for my services as they thought.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Tewksbury, MA – January 22, 2018
Good starter job for somebody with very little experience. Staff and management are great, but very little stability. Typical day at work is 8 hours, but often the company lets you work overtime granted budget reports are being met.
Service Manger (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – January 2, 2018
Schedule service techs first thing in the morning for routes. review previous days work and customer issues. check inventory levels, meet with sales to discuss upcoming work for the week. meet with technicians to discuss daily job duties. review DOT logs for service staff. Schedule new work for the week. Management was hands off unless there was a issue. Self supervised 80 precent of the time. Meeting all the customer needs, service staff and company metrics with a very fast pace change of direction based off customer demand and emergency. Great Coworkers and excellent technical support staff was the best part of the job.
Health care and 401k oprotunties
High pressure change of pace, lean staffing practices
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Tewksbury, MA – November 6, 2017
I was working here with the same rate of pay for almost 6 years. First time there for almost 2 years and didn't want to hire me full time. Laid me off and returned and took another year and a half to finally hit full time.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Beaver Dam, WI – November 6, 2017
This is a decent place to work although it lacks job security, so you are somewhat on edge and unsure if the new buyer of the company will keep you on. Slower paced job, where you find yourself lacking opportunities for advancement or to show your true qualities.
In my experiences at Evoqua Water Technologies, I was bullied and abused for the majority of my tenure there. Management at the plant level regularly chooses favorites and turns a blind eye to unacceptable and abusive behavior. The hours are reasonable and the work load is moderate. The quality of the benefits has decreased in recent years. The costs rise and the packages offered are worth less each year. If you need a job, take it. But watch your back and keep looking for better.
Contract renewal specialist (Current Employee) – Warrendale, PA – September 16, 2017
Currently more than 50% of administrative staff have been laid off, and their jobs have been outsourced to the Philippines. 15 to 20% of the contracts team has also been laid off and their jobs outsourced. The company is preparing for a sale and is cutting budget by laying off staff that have been on board 6 or less years. Future layoffs are on the horizon, and the only reason someone would stay at this job is because they're crazy.
Coworkers are the best
Management does not challenge their employees, and they don't fight for them.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Milpitas, CA – September 13, 2017
lots of cuts from upper management and down, jobs are being outsourced to the phillippines. the only good thing abut this company are the great people you meet there and the unlimited PTO. otherwise---there is no job security.