Good benefits, PTO, gender inclusive bathrooms, works with schedule
Subject Metter Expert - Utilities (Former Employee) – Warren, MI – April 28, 2017
Pricey health insurance (if you have a family be prepared to pay $500 a pay period, which will be most of your check since the only people who make an actual living wage are management), low pay, you have to plan illness in advance, not transparent, no raises, nepotism.
There have been a lot of layoffs recently, and it seems like they're getting rid of the people who have been there for the longest (thus making more money), so that they can bring new people in to do the same position at a much lower hourly rate.
Some paid holidays, Pto, works with schedule, benefits
You have to schedule sickness in advance in order to get an excused absence, as they don't accept doctor notes, no raises, nepotism, benefits are expensive, HR representives are uncompassionate and cold