Sr. Technician Level (Current Employee) – Big Spring, TX – February 6, 2018
Management can be challenging at times. Job tasks are given to employees with little to no guidance. At times, tasks are given to employees that have zero experience in performing that specific task and are not give adequate support
OK if you can't think laterally and have narrow field of vision
Customer Service Advisor (Former Employee) – Bedford – October 25, 2017
I only learnt what was applicable to EON, it couldn't be taken elsewhere. Typical day was doing the same task over and over again, to a target while being micromanaged by the milisecond. Only place I've worked in my 30 years experience where: - You can get into trouble with colleagues for working too hard , as it raises everyone's target - there are gold , silver and bronze stars on a chart for pressing the right button on the phone at the right time - 'adherence' and 'compliance' are words that are vital - the culture among certain parts of the workforce veers between primary school and lord of the flies - you can be told 'we don't like you because you think you're better than us just because you have an education'...on your first day in the team
Only for first jobbers/people with no self discipline or work ethic.
shame, as there are some very decent people there, but they tend to keep their heads down to avoid being targeted, just as I eventually did. But - if I hadn't been their target, I'd never have found the great job I have now!
Free tea/coffee, normal working hours
por employee culture, management looking the other way, tawdry ethics.
Worked here for a few years - was ok but the German parent company seemed adrift for a long time. The old Airtricity gang is mostly gone except for a few in Austin. Senior management seemed reluctant to be out in front on anything and deferred to the Europeans at least as far as the wind energy business was concerned
Work was interesting
Sometimes felt like your experience didn't really matter
Interesting place to work, have o lot of oportunities
Engineer In Charge (Former Employee) – Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, 11108 – August 11, 2013
interesting place to work was a very interesting place because it gave the opportunity to develop my skills to the fullest and learn new techniques about constructions. The hard part of the job was when the work came slowly due to financial problems of the owners, and the nice part was to finish the assigned work correctly long before the scheduled
Opportunities to develop and learn new techniques about
Little assurance health insurance, and payments slow to staff