Manager (Current Employee) – Bryn Mawr, PA – September 11, 2012
The top managers at Aqua only care about one thing: making themselves richer at the expense of employees and customers. Customers don't have a choice whether they use Aqua water -- they are stuck and the company knows that.
MANY good employees are looking to get out and probably will once the economy starts to improve.
If you just need a job to carry you over, where you can punch in and punch out, and make an OK living (not great, but OK), with so-so benefits, this might be the place for you.
If you want to work for a company that cares about people, gives you an opportunity to better yourself, offers any kind of modern perks (cafeteria, fitness center, flex time, etc.) look somewhere else.
management is self-centered and uncaring, salaries are low, benefits are poor, customers hate the company
Internship (Former Employee) – Springfield, PA – May 31, 2019
As an intern, it was very nice knowing the people were very welcoming. The job was good because I had a team that supported me the entire summer I was present. I 100% recommend AQUA as a potential job as I, myself am trying to currently get in full-time. It is one of the best companies to be at, and the atmosphere is great if you bring a good attitude. 10 out of 10 stars.
Helpful, good paid lunch time, management exceeded expectations, support cast was outstanding, work/life balance is good depending position.
Fleet Mechanic (Former Employee) – Springfield, PA – May 29, 2019
Good job with great benefits slow paced can make for a long day, on call one week a month 24 hrs a day not uncommon to be called out at 2 AM . Union job with ability to transfer out to other company jobs
slow pace on call hours keep you from doing anything the week you are on call