Human Resource Manager (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – February 28, 2019
You learn a lot from your work but by it being family owned, if you are not a part of the family or a suck up, you will not have opportunity to advance. Management is very unprofessional and allowed to be so because of relationship to owner. There is nowhere to submit complaints because you will be mistreated in an effort to get you to quit and if not, they will make up reasons out of thin air to fire you. HORRIBLE work environment but they put on a great front. Perfect place to work if you are fake and evil hearted
Mon-fri shift, learning exoerience
Management is out of control, don’t live by what they preach
Manager (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – February 7, 2019
I was in mgmt. ad i'll tell you that there are no leadership managers there, they will throw you under the bus to cover their own assets. The hours do not benefit the amount you make and you have very little family time. They are too big to fail" -remember those words They cant keep up with their work, inexperienced and they will not "OWN IT". If they think youre a threat then they will find a way to get rid of you. Bad structured mgmt. Roll the dice its your life - good luck!
*Typical workday is 9 to 12 hrs long. *Learned the Lighting and Electrical trade *Management in Executive leadership is phenomenal *Workplace culture is to work very hard and very fast through well built processes *Hard part of job sometimes having unnecessary travel *Most enjoyable part is bond with teammates.
Some leaders are strong, smart, quality teachers and leaders
Some other leaders are polar opposite of what the term means
Bookkeeper (Former Employee) – Hartsville, SC – October 23, 2018
Great experience. . I adore tne owners of the company, and they adore me. I learned more about work ethic and loved my work there. I kept all quarterly accounts payable and accounts receivable made sure all amounts added up correctly with the crew of 25 men.
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.