Manager (Current Employee) – San Francisco – April 25, 2018
There's no perfect company and Nexant definitely has its ups and downs. Our former CFO literally ripped the company apart in every way imaginable. He's gone now so we're licking our wounds and slowly rebuilding.
The direction of the company has always been convoluted but its the people we work with, healthcare benefits, paid time off and the interesting work we get to do that makes it fun to go to work everyday - at least in San Francisco..
Data Analyst (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – February 21, 2018
I really enjoy my co-workers and I like what I do however it can get stressful and favorites do happen. I would NOT recomend the callcenter portion, but data enrty is laid back and fun as long as you get work done. Comparied to my other jobs it's not bad at all.
great benifits liadback-ish 13+ an bour
normal cult like work envoirment can be stressful at times
Manager (Current Employee) – Wheaton, IL – May 19, 2017
All good staff have left from the upper management. Current company is being run by folks that have no experience in energy or consulting. Even with a lack of vision, it's a great company to work for just because of the mostly collusive team environment.
Zero stress, absolutely flexible work environment. Great Teams
No vision whatsoever. The talent erosion has started
Chemical and Energy Analyst (Former Employee) – White Plains, NY – April 28, 2017
This review may be outdated, but at the time I worked there, everyone at the company in my position, including myself, was miserable. Management was strict with projects and often had us stay late to get things rushed with pressure not to charge extra time on our timesheets. Most employees are fresh out of university and don't know any better. Would not recommend seeking employment here.
Vice President - IT, Hosting Ops, Governance (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – February 5, 2017
With the problems in the Energy Market, the company is adversely affected and now in flux. The company has a steady consulting income, but the ambitions are in the software where they are not competitive.
Business Processor (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – September 21, 2016
This place has the worst management I've ever ecoerienced. From lying to bullying to selfishly taking bonuses that should trickle down to team, it's a terrible place to work that will steal your soul.
Senior staff is allowed to bully, intimidate and manipulate newer staff with no consequences at all. Very catty women work here who find it amusing to lie to HR and get people fired that they don't like.
Data Specialist (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – April 17, 2016
(duplicate entry. please keep the pervious one I already typed up) I was disappointed by the lack of professionalism and giving false hope of quick advancement. I was looking for a career job not an entry level position that would be threatened for not preforming at 100% all the time.
Program Administrator (Current Employee) – Cary, NC – August 22, 2015
I've had the great blessing of actually having really good managers at the positions I've held in Nexant, with both actively supporting me in my endeavors to further my career and determine what I'm best at.
The work itself has highs and lows, as any job does. For the most part, the team I've been working with has been good to work with, and effective at their jobs.
Administrative Manager (Operations Director) (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – February 12, 2015
Nexant is at its core an Engineering consulting company. I loved the challenge of working with technical and equipment sales professionals, to call center leaders, to program managers to help win the next job. It is a fast pace and never dull environment.
Sales Operations Manager (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – October 2, 2014
A very professional and "family" feeling environment. Worked with very experienced co-workers. The management team was open and supportive to new processes and procedures and/or improvements and gave me the ability to do what needed to be done to increase sales and revenue