Litigation Assistant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – December 11, 2018
Everything revolves around courthouse hours and filing deadlines. Virtually no flexibility in those requirements can create a stressful atmosphere. Fortunately, I worked with people who were efficient communicators; often making it easier for me to assist in meeting their requirements.
Systems integration (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – November 30, 2018
I like to be able to interact all day with colleagues and then have some fun with them after hours. Even if we have conflicts and disagreements during the day, it is important to let that go after hours.
Engineer (Current Employee) – Byron, IL – November 16, 2018
Exelon Nuclear stations have outages each year in which engineers must work a 12 hour shift, either day or night, 6 days week (72 hours per week). If you can get past that, the pay and benefits are very good, along with job security.
Working at Exelon was an opportunity to work on the largest generating equipment on the planet.
Superintendent (Former Employee) – Wharton, TX – November 14, 2018
The project had challenges with weather and equipment failures, but still a good project. We overcame delays due to floods, heavy rain, and equipment. The team worked through all adversity to complete on time.
Manager (Former Employee) – Morris, IL – November 11, 2018
Great pay, lousy culture. Lots of people in roles they don't belong to and MANY people without the most basic knowledge to perform their job functions. Very toxic environment and the only reason people stay is because of the pay.
Armed Security Officer (Current Employee) – Braceville, IL – November 11, 2018
It is difficult to move up in this company due to the environment being political. Its also hard to network with other departments to possible advance because security guards are always busy and more than likely are not allowed. This job is more useful as a stepping stone to move elsewhere.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Philadelphia – November 5, 2018
I was a customer service rep from 2013-2018. This was by far the best for. The company offered a basketball league. Stock options, great benefits, and plenty time off. It’s an on-site gym and great location in center city. There was always tons of over time and the pay rate is great. I wish I would’ve stayed there because as they say the grass is not always greener
Constantly learning, very safety work conscience and regular training to keep up with changes
Equipment Operator (Current Employee) – Forked River, NJ – October 28, 2018
15 min turnover with oncoming crew that involves giving details of what occurred during 12 hour shift. Assume various rolls such as fire brigade, boiler, and first aid. Hardest part of the job - making sure we have supplies on hand to fix failing equipment. The most enjoyable part of the job is teamwork and learning something everyday from someone and work effectively as a team.
Free meals out at times.
Being properply supplied with working parts for broking equipment
General Clerk III (Former Employee) – Braidwood, IL – October 26, 2018
I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to achieve 32 years service at Exelon. I have met many good people throughout locations and over the years. To my surprise, after three years of retirement, I truly miss working. In the beginning I was excited I retired. Now, I have so much time available until I'm bored. I am accustomed to working. I held timekeeping title for 19 years because I really enjoyed payroll more than any other position. Promotion is important also because it's an opportunity to advance and develop new skills.
Great income and benefits.
Forced overtime sometimes due to storm duty or heavy workload.