Orientation and effort to integrate new employees was lacking
Senior Project Engineer (Former Employee) – Camp Hill, PA – September 13, 2018
The business line I joined did not have a very good program for integrating new employees when I started there. I am sure that is not the case for all the business lines, but if you take a job with them be very insistent in getting them to explain how the business line is structure, who has responsibility for what, who is the most experience in the various sub-disciplines and skills, and who are the resources you can use to execute work. By the time I left they were developing resource and skill matrices.
Most who I met there were very technically skilled and/or good project managers. Some were poor at defining the scope of work though. Some of the older managers in the business line I joined were not very good with people. I did not chose whom to take advice from wisely. If you take a position with them, I hope you have better luck.
Reputable Firm, Technically Sound, Great Benefits
Some Inexperienced or Poor Managers of People