Crew Leader (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – July 9, 2018
The typical day at work would consist of placing steel against power poles. I learned how to handle negative situations, upset land owners, etc. The hardest part of the job in my opinion was that there was no hard part about the job at all.
Foreman (Former Employee) – Lansing, Michigan – July 4, 2018
Unreal expectations and very high turn over due to no home time and living in roach motels. Management has no realistic idea of possible expected rates due to varied terrains. HR ignores complaints and concerns, once hired your ignored.
Its a job
Poor management, no home life, cannot keep crewmembers.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – June 25, 2018
Was a joy working for such a dedicated company and such dedicated co-workers. Unfortunately I was young and did not advance my relationship with this company eventually leading for the crew to dump me for an older more experienced worker.
Inspector (Former Employee) – WISCONSIN – June 21, 2018
Good place to work for. Extremly hard physical labor outdoor work over the road home every 2 weeks. Definately a good bachelor job for a single man who likes physical labor recieve weekly bonus as well.
Data Analyst (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – June 21, 2018
Job was fine enough, it just was not for me. I worked here a few months. The work was not terribly difficult. There are high expectations. If you meet requirements you will be fine. You must be willing to travel and put miles on your own vehicle. Overall, just not for me
experienced crew member (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 29, 2018
I currently work here and i love the job. Management is good here very easy to get along with . Its all hard until youre used to it and im okay with hard work. My favorite part of my job is reinforcing utility poles keeping the grid alive as mich as we can possible. Doing anything i can to help
It was a nice experience to learn and work with all kind people surround me
Production Associate (Former Employee) – Westborough, MA – May 22, 2018
After presenting the policy and the purpose to reach in the job, they gave a booklet to follow direction. I can ask question for clarification. manager and supervisors gave instructions and corrections about projects to realize. I used to see different Foods, multi language in this workplace. At the beginning,it was difficult to remember some codes for poles components. Friendly, coworkers could help to reach the goal.
improve my knowledge to work better by more training.
In some situation, manager can make people struggle.
Foreman (Former Employee) – Peachtree City, GA – May 15, 2018
Don’t like to give any raises and doesn’t take care of their crew members. do all kinds of stuff off the clock unpaid. Horrible management. Doesn’t listen to employee comments or concerns. General manager is a joke.
I liked the idea of the services that were provided to Con Ed. by OSMOS
crew member (Former Employee) – NYAC, NY – May 9, 2018
Provided a great safety service to Con ED. IT was good to know that Con. ED hire subcontractors to ensure the safety of New York residents. However my tenure was too short to have a more indepth opinion.
Data Technician/ inspector (Former Employee) – Woodbridge, VA – April 29, 2018
A typical work day would be team walking to each pole in our area inspecting and treating them while taking the pole's data. We would inspect 150 to 200 poles a day. The best part about the job was the fact that you aren't in one place too long. You're only home on the weekend. We would receive a map in our region and would have to sleep in a hotel in that city for the week while completing our work. The hardest part of the job was walking through swamps on rainy days just to get to one or two poles while trying to protect yourself from ticks and other bugs. Management gave me the run around for a few months on whether or not I would be able to advance in the company. After the only foreman in my region quit, I tried to advance since I was told I would be able to and that I was ready to. Since I wasn't able to advance I had to find work else where because the pay wasn't enough for me to be away from home all week missing out on my kids.