Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Hastings, NE – July 19, 2018
I loved the job the people were really nice but they require a person who is 5 feet 5 inches tall to move two washers stacked on top of each other, through a door, and then fire them when they get hurt on the job, it makes me never want to work there again
It was great i learned a lot about lighting and electrical work. Management was always kind. The hardest part of the job was the long travel times and travel restrictions based upon FDOT regulations of a commercial vehicle.
Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Danbury, CT – June 7, 2018
It is fast paced job to learn from some amazing coworkers. Please prepare to work long days and take initiative in handling your daily work without any proper training. Please understand the good ole boy system is always going to be run at this location so prepare to work very hard with no excuses for failure
Plenty of work for someone who is willing to travel
Electrician (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – May 18, 2018
Rogers Electric has been the most pleasant company I've worked for. The wages are not bad, however I was promised a raise before starting a job almost 500 miles away from my house. The raise never came and was a partial reason for my departure. The other reason was simply my desire to find work closer to home so I wouldn't have to travel any more and be closer to the family.
Electrician (Former Employee) – Edison, NJ – March 16, 2018
Here at Rogers Electric you will have to work at night to make the real money. If your a worker you can bring home more than $900 a week as an apprentice after taxes! Some of your co-workers will expect you to do everything, most will work with you. As long as your comfortable on a sissor lift, there is a lot to be learned here at Rogers Electric.
Commercial Electrician (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – February 11, 2018
Typical commercial construction company. Not a bad company to work for but it all depends on the foreman of the job. Paid for schooling and was willing to work if there was issues outside of work. Major builds of department stores after a few even the difficult ones become cookie cutter.
Summer Intern (Former Employee) – Alpharetta – October 3, 2017
Rogers Electric has a really friendly and supportive work environment that provides the opportunities to be part of a successful company. Benefits are plenty with the most important being the emphasis towards work-life balance. The rate of development can be really fast when working efficiently and going the extra mile. Overall, a very positive experience.
If you like Industrial jobs this is a good place for you. Personally I left the coal mines because I don't believe they will be around much longer. With that said most of the work they do is with or for the coal mines. I just hope they do ok after everything is said and done.
Temp extraordinaire (Current Employee) – Somewhere in the Midwest – August 10, 2017
So I have only been on as a temp so far but this seems like a pretty good company. They do seem to work you like a three legged mule but hey I don't really care...they pay well for this area, they pay you full scale to drive (who does that?), They pay you for a hotel, they pay you about $30.00 bucks a day per diem...no complaints from me.
I guess if you have worked other places and driven hundreds of miles for no pay or gas you may have a different opinion. They work you hard but such is life. I think sometimes people will complain if you hang them with a new rope. It could certainly be worse.
All in all I like the people I have worked with. I don't know a lot about the company but I like that they pile more work on you if you can produce. There does not seem to be a lot of "long term" employees. I am not really surprised only because a relentless schedule can take it's toll on anyone. I don't mind working here but I would like to get hired on full time to get a truck, gas card and all the other perks that go with it. I don't care so much about healthcare or other stuff and I don't have much of a social life so working out of town is not too bad.
My goal is to travel and make new friends, see new areas of the country and get paid to stay in a hotel. They seem to offer good choices for hotels so I don't have anything to complain about really. I think it is noteworthy that sometimes the left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing. When you get too many employees it can be overwhelming to really know which way is up and so people can find something to complainmore... about. Just put it into perspective. I like the employees I have met so far and like any job there are things that could be better but certainly things could be worse. I cannot complain.less
Lots of work, paid drive time, paid hotels, flexible hotel accommodations, family of workers
Can't think of any...I have definitely worked at much worse places
Project Coordinator (Current Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – August 3, 2017
I have been working with Rogers Electric for a few years now, its a great company. They continue to grow and expand new was to provide a great work place. Very family friendly and they do not micro manage. If you work hard and take innovative you will succeed here.
Early day on Friday's, Gym on site, great work life balance, team work, paid time off and holidays, decent benefits
poor communication from upper management, No sick days, corp office cant decide when to use PTO, must be used until exhausted
Commercial Electrician (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – May 10, 2017
Rogers was a great place to work. Very flexible, but can be demanding at times. It was nothing to have to put over 12 hours in as needed. Your managers and dispatchers will work with you every step of the way if you get in over your head. You're given a vechicle, gas card, company credit card, lodging care, tablet, and iPhone. A lot of times you are driving most of the day which can cut into your work time. The biggest knock would be going from days to overnights and back to days, but if you're tired, let your dispatcher know and they have no problem letting you get rest time. You're paid for your travel after 30 minutes to and from the job site. The only other knock I had was the conference calls, which are easily missed if you're driving and sleeping from working an overnight. I had never worked in commercial and they have no problems putting you with someone until you're comfortable, just be honest with them.