Developmental Electrical Engineer Intern (Former Employee) – Astoria, NY – October 19, 2015
By far the best internship I have ever had. Everyone is willing to help but they will not give you the answer. They teach you how to network and use your resources to get things done on your own the right way. And the managers are truly awesome and the true definition of what management should be. Nothing bu the best.
A WONDERFUL place to work and the employees made it over the top exceptional to go to work everyday!
Administrative Assistant/Stenographer (Former Employee) – Scriba, NY – December 14, 2014
I worked incredibly hard in an industry that is governed by procedures and regulations. I enjoyed each day I went to work. The company was so generous to its employees and were concerned (throughout my employment there) regarding maintaining family life etc. The reason why I left was to stay at home with my newborn son.
meal tickets for working overtime
working through breaks and lunch because of the workload
Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Massena, NY – October 24, 2014
job assignments at 7am, my job entailed multiple duties depending on the needs for the day. I was always given sufficient time and tools to complete my tasks. learning was an everyday occurrence in my field. Supervisors kept the employees informed and promoted safety. working with co-workers was enjoyable. The hardest part of the job was keeping up with new standards, but manageable. I enjoyed working with co-workers and able to accomplish my tasks on time and safely everyday.
Senior Billing Specialist (Current Employee) – White Plains, NY – December 28, 2012
You come to work, possibly make long time friends, Management can at times, but not in all situations, learn the benefits of positive feedback. Although the company is diversified there are obviouse splits.
Procedure Clerk/Secretary To Manager (Former Employee) – Lycoming, NY – October 17, 2012
I enjoyed my days working at the James A. FitzPatrick Nuclear Power Plant, New York Power Authority. A typical day could be a 12 hour day when the plant was on shut-down. My manager in the Instrument & Control Dept. was fair, honest and hard working. We as a department worked well together and as a team. The hardest part of the day was getting all the procedural changes, revisions out in a timely manner per the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. I enjoyed doing procedures and working with computers. I learned a lot about working at a nuclear plant and all its regulations.