Maintinance Supervisor (Former Employee) – San Juan Generating Station – October 21, 2015
The pay is great the employees are great but management is lacking. They have no direction and thats the worst part of the job. Culture is of gotcha now and not in growing talent. It is a dangerous filthy environment.
Sr. System Operator (Former Employee) – Albuquerque,NM – September 8, 2015
Its the Good Ol' boy system. PNM promotes on Tenure not leadership skills. System Operations moves hours to avoid paying overtime. Do not expect any bonuses, Huge turnover rate, HR is aware and does nothing. The Operations Director has little to no operational experience, Management lets other departments dictate policy and does not back the Operators. Most of the Operators have little to no experience, but were a pleasure to work with. PNM has great trades workers, was a pleasure to work with the field crews. Benefits were horrible. Most Doctors do not accept the PNM insurance. Worst career move I have made to date. 10 years in System Operations.
Analyst, Customer Service Resolution (Current Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – October 2, 2014
I am afforded to opportunity to work with brilliant people on a daily basis who share a common goal to ultimately provide our customers with reliable electricity and excellent customer service. I have learned that it takes a team effort to deliver on our goals; someone once said customer service is not just a department it is an attitude and I cannot agree more. Finding the right balance between interdepartmental objectives is achieved by bringing all stakeholders to the table to discuss options and achieve solutions that both satisfy the customer and the business requirements. Management is relatively new in comparison to the workforce. This has presented challenges as well as opportunities. The electric utility business by nature is very complicated. Without a solid understanding of all of the moving parts and how they work together management is forced to rely on individuals to deliver on operational goals; individuals who may not always be the best fit for the task at hand. At the same time, new management offers insight that may be overlooked by those who have been in place for extended times and have lost his or her ability to think outside of the box. My co-workers are mix of highly motivated, career minded, individuals and many who are nearing retirement. This presents an opportunity to bring together new ideas and test them against institutional knowledge and past failures and successes. This mix takes me to the hardest part of my job: bringing fresh ideas to the table with the understanding that the existing culture may dampen an opportunity for growth. That beingmore... said, the most enjoyable part of the job is when new ideas are considered and acted upon. Taking new ideas and injecting knowledge that can only be attained by years of experience and allowing for the meaningful input of all stakeholders, at every level, can bring great satisfaction. The degree of excitement that comes from taking something mediocre, applying new thinking, and deriving a positive result cannot be understated. Every success I have experience at PNM Resources has been the result of team collaboration.less
pnm resources values employees by providing competative benefit and a positive working environment.
pnm resources can be doing more to develope people, and eliminate the need to hire management from outside of the company.
Analyst (Former Employee) – Texas – April 19, 2013
Management needs to training on how to manage employees. Human Resources department is useless. No room for advancement within company. Most managers micro-manage. Most regular employees are a joy to work with. Very friendly. This place reminds you ar a slave camp.
PNM was a great place to work with wonderfully creative and bright people. Employees were treated as professionals with the ability to approach upper management at any time. PNM was very pro-active in training employees and providing the best and latest technology to its employees. I very much enjoyed my nearly 20-year career with PNM. It was a wonderful learning experience.
PNM is a great place to work, great people to work with. I left the company thinking other companies would be better and missed working at PNM. Managers are very professional and if I got the opportunity, I will work there again.