Project Coordinator (Former Employee), Arlington, VA – July 8, 2013
Employees and the public are often mislead as to the operations of the companies. Raises and compensation are limited for employees while management receives HUGE bonuses and then claims they are simply following the industry standards. Corporate bureaucracy limits the ability to quickly and effectively complete tasks and assignments prompting negative – more... reviews from managers who are undereducated and out of touch with the industry. – less
I enjoyed working at PEPCO because I got a lot of hands-on training.
Network Engineer (Current Employee), Washington, DC – October 21, 2014
The most enjoyable part of the job at PEPCO was the opportunity to learn a lot of new technologies and an opportunity to configure many Cisco routers and switches such at Nexus 7K series and 4500x switches.
Meter Reader/Meter Installer (Current Employee), Gaithersburg, MD – April 16, 2014
the best part about the job was learning something new. this was a fast past job. I had to manage the upkeep of company vehicle. only part about this job i didnt like was that was temp and i had to drive in rush hour traffic almost everyday.
Nepotism towards Family Members of Long tenured employee
Call Center Agent (Former Employee), Forestville, MD & Benning Road SE – November 17, 2013
Pros: if in union pay is excellent and the overtime
Cons: don't trust mgmt very sneaky
Be prepared to work mandatory overtime but thanks to the union the pay is VERY GOOD. If you are a single mom THIS JOB WILL BE DIFFICULT because there's mandatory OT, and if your late more than 3 times your first year your fired. During my time to many family members being hired including the mother-in-law of a call center manager, and 2 - 3 other kids – more... of other employees. Stay low for your first year to get Union Protection. Current management were once union employees and no the system very well. – less