The work here is honest and straight forward. Compensation is competitive or better. Benefits, as a contractor, are on par with typical employment and often times better. Edison management is marginal. Inexperienced or poor managers have been hired/promoted as of late. Constant procedural changes, micromanagement and miscommunication plague the management team, but I venture to guess that with time, most kinks will be worked out. Most managers in the project management team work well with others, but there are a few who are, at the very least, difficult to work with. My advice is to work hard, move up and move laterally the best one can - the opportunities exist.
Great pay, good benefits, wonderful industry to learn
nepotism, poor management choices, bottom line over worker mentality