Business Consultant (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – November 9, 2018
I worked on their Rocky Mountain Power contract and used their facilities for a work environment. The hardest part on the job was working their political environment The most enjoyable was trips to the worksite to verify completion costs to invoices. F&G managers were in the background and most of my daily interface was with RMP managers
I would work for them again if the compensation package was more commensurate with experience. Management received a bonus on division profitability so the strategy was to sell high and keep costs low. If a company takes care of their employees, they will take care of the company.
Cost Management Analyst (Current Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – April 29, 2016
Although the benefits are good, there have been many who have left this company in the short time that I have been here including the VP of construction. Don't trust what they are offering, it is more than likely a lie.
senior consultant (Current Employee) – San Francisco – April 22, 2014
They charge their clients a fortune and pay their staff peanuts. No training provided. Management is useless. No career progression whatsoever. They are happy as long as they charge you out. Clients should consider using cheaper bodyshops.
Health, Safety and Environmental Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 21, 2014
F&G is a challenging place to work in numerous ways Your working with general contractor and sub contractor to which do not follow the same ideas on job completions. You need to be able to wear several different hats while on the job and be able to switch gears very quickly. Construction is a fast paced work environment that can be unforgiving in some incidences but also can be very rewarding. A typical work day is in a 7:00 and out when ever you can get out. A 12 hour day in not unusual. I've learned that the people in the field can make or break your job depending on how you deal with them. Management usually allows you to conduct business in your own way with little interference. The hardest part of the job will be when an incident occurs causing injury to a worker and conducting a investigation. The most enjoyable part of the job is when workers come up to you asking your advice on how to perform a work task safely and actually learns from the interaction.
I am currently working as an Administrative Assistant for this company. I support all of our project managers and IT developers. I greet all clients and visitors. The people I work with are great but I feel no challenge. Thus my new search.