Sage Environmental Consulting Employee Reviews in United States

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Very Laid back
Administrator/Office Manager (Former Employee) –  Kennesaw, GAFebruary 1, 2016
Very calm and laid back environment. A little more corporate structure would be beneficial and more communication. Co-workers are very nice and are always busy. Not a lot of travel for admins but the engineers are always traveling or training.
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Foccused only on billing and not on work product
Project Technical (Former Employee) –  DallasNovember 5, 2013
This is a company that will tell the young recruits that is 'fun'. They do happy hours, encourage young engineers to drink and go out with clients, which is great and could be appealing to someone right out of school, but at the end the company does not spend time on developing the skills or a good career advancment.
They are only foccused on one thing: to bill.
They require 100% billability, which means people need to work 50-55hr/week to attain that, they push people to work after hours and over weekends or holidays (without compensation).
The compensations or bonus are only tied to billability, not the work product or how good you do your job. It doesn't matter if the deliverable is faulty as long as you bill 100%.
To work at Sage and do somewhat 'well', you need more than 10yrs of experience, then you won't be another number to them and you'll be better compensated.
I would not recommend this company for a young engineer. There are plenty of other companies out there that are better to start a career.
Cons
no work/life balance, everything is about billing, bad compensation
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Good people to work with, great benefits, but you are just a number.
Environmental Specialist (Former Employee) –  Richardson, TXDecember 14, 2012
A typical day as an environmental specialist consists of cranking away on Excel spreadsheets and word document templates to be specific to the project you are working on. In this phase you don't really learn alot. It's not until the project management phase that you actually learn what's going on.
Pros
annual company vacations
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Productive and fun workplace
Project Technical Engineer (Current Employee) –  Dallas, TXAugust 21, 2012
Great company culture that is focused in providing the best environmental solutions to its customers while maintaning an attitude geared toward hard work and fun.
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Productive and fun place to work
Project Technical Intern (Current Employee) –  Lake Charles, LAMarch 25, 2012
I am a part-time employee while finishing up clinicals. This is one of my two jobs. I was an office worker. I did paperwork and worked with clients.
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