Instrument Fitter (Former Employee) – Sioux Center, IA – October 3, 2018
The Travel was the worst of it. My wife and I moved about 5 times in a 6 month time period. I wasn't aware that this would be the case. Other than that it was a great company. I'd work for them now if we didn't have to live in a hotel all the time. They paid great, they were really good about advancement too. they allowed us to train and work online for a journyman license. Very helpful and i wish i would have taken them up on their generosity.
Industrial Electrician Apprentice (Current Employee) – Sioux Center, IA – April 22, 2018
Maybe growing too fast. Not enough experienced electricians to train all the very new ones being hired. Jobsites are inconsistent with expectations, though they are trying to enforce company wide standards from corporate office.
Not enough minorities of any sort getting into leadership positions. The construction culture does not support diversity very well. This company is lagging in this regard, but perhaps not any more than any other company doing construction. As one of these minorities, though, I find it difficult to accept.
Good corporate culture; constantly trying to improve
Not enough experienced personnel in the field to support the growth happening
Interstates is a very well ran company, very family oriented and care about their employees safety on and off the job sites. The insurance benefits are some of the best. I would recommend anyone hire on with Interstates!!
SAFETY!!!! Family Oriented, Compensation and great benefits
Manager (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – October 13, 2017
They get too involved in your personal life. Must put in for time-off even if it is a holiday. Advancement is only possibly if you are a "certain" type of person. DO NOT think for yourself or suffer the consequences. Not quite the company they portray themselves to be.
Good people, fun work atmosphere, strong push to work hard
Programming Intern (Former Employee) – Sioux Center, IA – April 19, 2017
Interstates is full of friendly people who are enjoyable to work around. Their leadership and management are top-notch, balancing oversight and independance excellently. The benefits are very nice here too.
Engineering Intern (Current Employee) – Sioux Center, IA – November 28, 2016
Interstates has a very team oriented workforce and company structure. They do their best to ensure that employees are competent, and effective in their work. They are also very understanding of out-of-work circumstances and flexible in this regard.
Electrical Apprentice (Former Employee) – Sioux Center, IA – June 27, 2016
This company exceeds on Education. They have several programs for their workers to educate them. They actually pay for you to get your license. The schools that they recruit from have amazing young men and women with high morals and values.
apprentice Electrician (Current Employee) – Grand Island, NE – November 30, 2015
Great company to start a career with. Management listens well. Zero injury culture, I enjoy working here. Typical work day ranges from 8-10 hours. Safety is number one priority. breaks are given if needed.
Work for 2.5 years never laid off. But they pay about 5 bucks less than every other contracter. I always felt they tried to be too envolved in my personal life. Best tools by far of any contractor I've worked for always willing to make the job easy on the worker as long as there was productivity to be gained
Electrician (Former Employee) – Sioux Center, IA – September 16, 2015
1st major company that I've worked for. I learned a lot from this company. Great employees to work with. Easy learning atmosphere , great training program. Whole time working for them i have never felt like i wasnt going to have a job.