Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Wixom, MI – October 17, 2017
My review of this company I prefer to keep to myself. I seems that Indeed requires this review. Best wishes to all that are employees there and the management. It would be nice if the management would be honest and as loyal. Unfortunately upper management give the management reins that should be overseen for the best interest of the company.
Environmental Technician (Current Employee) – Harrington Park, NJ – June 6, 2017
Suez-na / formerly United water is very nice company to work for. I have been employed by them for the past 13 years. If the site where I currently work at wasn't sold I would continue to work for Suez- na
Very nice comapny to work for. co owrkers have become like family members
Field Customer Service Supervisor (Current Employee) – Boise, ID – March 12, 2017
Suez is a company that reaches around the world. As a private water utility company, my future is this industry is secure. I've learned how to manage people in a fast based, time sensitive work environment. I've learned how to create an efficient work force and maintain the balance of not burning people out. The most challenging part of my job is maintaining the proper work force to meet the demands of the workflow while seeing the group I'm responsible for succeed and enjoy the work they perform each day.
Good benefits package
Limited room for advancement, limited salary growth
Logistics Intern (Former Employee) – West Nyack, NY – March 10, 2017
Read and analyzed water meters across the Rockland and Westchester county areas for two summers. I learned that the data that was received from my handheld device is then uploaded to a database and reports a specific number that is turned into an estimated water bill for households. I learned to use Microsoft excel, outlook, and access in different ways. The management was lenient and workers who have been there for years, as well as my boss, were very helpful. The workplace culture was laid back and made working comfortable for me. The hardest part of the job was getting deadlines due in days where days were busy. The most enjoyable part of the job was working in similar areas to one of my coworkers where I was able to interact more with them.
Operator/Laborer (Former Employee) – Lyndonville, VT – February 21, 2017
I would do test on all waste water that came in the facility and check all remote pumping stations. if any thing was wrong i would fix. i had to rebuild pumps. I had to take classes and get state certified.
Process Optimization Manager (Current Employee) – El Segundo, CA – September 12, 2016
As a contract operator for the owner/water district, our talented staff collaborates to ensure water quality and quantity goals are met 24/7. Team approach enables management, operations, maintenance, engineering, and lab staff to meet these challenges on a regular basis.
Accounts Payable Intern (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – July 11, 2016
I was able to work with people that had very high positions within the company and they gave me very valuable skills and tips that I try to use and apply still today. A typical day was spent by analyzing the money spent by the company and where funds could be cut. I also learned to use various programs such as excel and Photoshop.
Laboratory Technician (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – July 6, 2016
I was suppose to be hired as a direct hire position at $40000 -$45000 yearly pay. And was told occasional weekends. It turned out they sent me through a temporary company to "get the proper paperwork' finished. I was to be permanent in 3 weeks. That date came and went. I worked for the company for over three months, every weekend, at $28000 per year, no shift differential, no benefits, and no reason as to why. They didn't train me and threw me into the job. The foreign QC person in charge of the lab who spoke broken English, always berated the job everyone was doing! MANY people had went through there...over 10 in two years! I did without a break or lunch for over a month! I worked every weekend but 2 for the entire time I was there! This place does NOT respect the laws for employment nor for the testing required by EPA. I would NOT want anyone to be treated such as I was treated. Hope you have a better experience. People have said that permanent employment in other areas are not like this. Maybe it was just in the environmental laboratory I worked in!
Some co-workers in other areas were nice!
NO breaks, NO training, NO benefits LOW pay, and constantly berated!
Environmental Health & Safety Specialist (Former Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – February 20, 2016
My time with United Water was exceptional. Employees and management were professional and friendly. Cooperation between all departments as well as road crews were above average. I enjoyed my employment.