Solid Company with rigid expectations from employees at a salary below the average for job requirements.
I worked with the company in its development years. (1990-1998) Moved up the ladder and was promoted and enjoyed the balance of traveling and working in the office. I was hired by one of our clients in Texas (Tri-County Electric)
My new job was IT Director. I worked in Texas for 9 years and returned back to Atlanta in 2009. Southeastern Data hired - more... me back. I noticed that SEDC had expanded and grown in the 9 years I was away. Management was assigned to different specific departments. There seemed to be a lot of egos battling it out for upper management approval. I was happy to be back and was ... - less