Former employee (Former Employee) – Franklin, VA – April 22, 2018
Everyone is a target. Too many chiefs and not enough Indians. Not a good experience. Members of management are incompetent of decision making. Everyone there thinks they're in charge but accepts no responsibility.
Manager (Former Employee) – Southern US – January 19, 2017
That's what a regional manager told the employees in a group setting. This is the morning after half the plant had worked well over 24 hours to return to service following a failure that was caused by senior managements failure to provide resources needs to prevent the failure.
Project Control Specialist (Former Employee) – Wilmington, NC – July 28, 2016
Typical workplace except for the turmoil through out the job site due to project management not having the knowledge needed to run a project or site and keep everyone on the same page. When you have hired 7 project control analyst over the past year and a half there is something wrong with that process, and how the information is processed on a daily and weekly basis. When you can't even get the sub-contractors to acknowledge that they have any issues on site with the crew and getting the master schedule updated every week in a timely manner there is something terribly wrong with that overall process!
I have moved on and I hope that and those above issues have been turned around but from what I have been told over the past two months not much has changed in the day to day processes!
Primavera Software, Location, Beach
No Team Players, Tracking Down The sub-contractors every week for schedule updates, sub-contractors and management not showing up for meetings when needed
-Management had issues delegating daily task for project control analyst -Great co-workers willing to help and support when needed -Management had issues with training and getting project control analyst up to speed on the project and delegating daily task for 2 project control analyst Contractor schedule issues were ongoing, updating the client schedule with the subcontractor schedules were on going and there were issues that were ongoing since the project started over a year ago Management not willing to take the time to get to get project control analyst up to speed on the project, daily task, responsibilities, schedule integration, contractor's being held accountable for there schedules and weekly updates
Great co-workers, salary, per diem, area
Management not willing to take the time to train new employees in what was needed on a daily basis, they had hired and fired 7 project control analyst before I started, no direction for over 2.5 weeks of being on the project, managment not having the patience to train where needed
productive need more pay ,good workers,like my work schedule
Production Operator (Former Employee) – Garysburg, NC – November 29, 2015
workers need to be recognized for their hard work. the pay scale need to be up graded for the employees with experience.ok place to work ,like my work schedule,good co workers,enjoy my three day week end
Typical day of work included filling up trucks with pellets, cleaning up different areas when not busy and getting to learn new areas. Management was nice, understanding, willing to talk and get your perspective and ideas on things. Co-workers were very fun and nice willing to help you learn new things and ways to improve. Hardest thing about job was leaving. Most enjoyable part of job was finally having a job I loved and people i enjoyed working with and being outside.
working outside, people very laid back, willing to joke and be fun