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Excelent workplace
Apprentice Power Plant Operator (Former Employee), El Centro, CASeptember 1, 2013
Enjoy the experience of working on this sailing, as the challenges and learning opportunities motivated me to continue giving my best to take the opportunity to learn every day
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Clerk (Former Employee), Imperial, CAApril 25, 2013
Fun loving company, that I worked for as a temporary assignment being an adminstration assistants, I've learned how to process travel expensed and book flights for employees, Loved this job, managers really care about there employess at this company
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Productive
Information Assurance Specialist (Current Employee), Imperial, CAApril 22, 2013
Pros: very flexible
Cons: too many politics, management turnover to high
Each day various, but for the most part it is a pleasant place to work. I have a great team that I work with. The hardest part of my job is that I am involved in every aspect of the business.
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Stable position
Business Analyst III (Former Employee), Imperial, CAJuly 27, 2012
Pros: good benefits and good work/life balance
Cons: slow moving, very political in nature even to the lowest level employee
Good stable utility position with good benefits and provides a good work/family balance. There is not a lot of room for advancement and the pay is below market value. The values/morals of some upper management is to be desired.