Accounts Payable Manager (Former Employee), Roswell, GA – November 18, 2013
Pros: benefits, salary and paid schooling
Cons: sometimes too much work load
Constantly had invoices to be entered and bill that needed to be paid. I had full work loads everyday of consistent but tedious work. This company put me threw some accounting school which helped me understand the work I was doing day in and day out. Fun office and great people to work with.
Roll out (Former Employee), your mom – September 21, 2013
Don't be fooled by the service electrician title. They want installers to just get the jobs done as cheaply and as fast as possible. They don't supply the proper material or equipment to complete the jobs at all. Let alone properly. They work with shady General contractors which most have no construction experience at all. They want you to travel in – more... upwards of 8+ hours a day then do live work in panels alone. Then drive to another location and do it again. They expect you to pay for stuff out of pocket. Like faxing them sign off sheets with nothing said of compensating. They give you a broken laptop that rarely works to screw you out of your time. They also nickel and dime your time to the 0,01 (or to each hundredth) of an hour. Their management is a joke. No one knows what's going on and there is no direction given as to where or how to get the help you need. That is assuming you get them to care at all. STAY AWAY FROM THIS HACK COMPANY. – less
Electrical Field Technician (Current Employee), Kentucky – June 4, 2013
Pros: all the overtime you can handle
Cons: all the overtime you can handle
You get up at 5:45am and head out. You might get home at 2pm or you might get home 2pm in a week. The management is lacking in just that management. You work alone except on special projects, which isn't always a bad thing, until you need help.
Forman/ Superintendant (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – February 7, 2013
I get to the gob 30 mins before the men would show up to get daily task together. We the men would show up. I'd give them the task I needed done. I'd make sure they had the material to done the job and send them on their way. I'd oversee all employees installattations. Go to job meetings, order material, work with project manager on monthy pay outs – more... and make sure we meet our deadline. – less
An EXCELLENT place to work with very skilled electricians who WILLINGLY team with others to successfully complete ANY TASKS in a timely manner.
Electrician (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZ – January 29, 2013
Pros: the places where we were working were very tolerable of us being there.
Cons: they left the area and at that time i was not able to travel.
In a typical days work I could be pulled from identifying circuits to run raceway or vice versa. I was given the opportunity to fully utilize all of my skills and the company was APPRECIATIVE of my wide array of ability.
Productive work place, with a healthy and safe environment
Electric Motor Winder/General Maintenance (Current Employee), El Dorado, AR – January 12, 2013
Pros: great benefits, postive work place
At Rogers Electric we specialize in the rewinding of single-phase and three-phase electric motors. As well as repair and distribution of said motors. It is a small, family owned business, that thrives in it's south Arkansas location. The hours are steady, and the customers are friendly. With a semi-temperature controlled environment, it allows for a – more... somewhat comfortable and enjoyable work place. – less
Service Tech (Current Employee), North East – September 10, 2012
Pros: you can sleep on their time
Cons: everything else from a-z
Typically you wont know where your going that day until that day and it may be 5,6,7 hours away which puts you away from family. This company is only about the their profit NOT YOU. The jersey office is run by a man who has NO electrical experience (that makes for a good boss, ha?) The safety program is a joke and only designed to cover them, not you. – more... There is no room for advancement in this place so dont buy that bull either. The hardest part of this job is dealing with Rogers office staff, seriously. If you like to be treated respectfully, honorably and like a human DONT APPLY! There is one thing I enjoyed unfortunatly I can write it here. – less