OFFICE ENGINEER (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – August 10, 2018
I was hired to become part of an office team that would manage the construction for a client. I was scheduled to work regular office hours and handled any and all paperwork that was needed. Opportunity for overtime as an inspector was very common.
Learning and Development Manager (Former Employee) – Syosset, NY – April 20, 2018
The company has little to no focus when it comes to employee development. Their senior management team is non visible. I worked there a year and never met one of them and they worked 30 feet from office. My VP offered no direction, support or involvement when it came to employee development and I worked in that department. Every initiative I presented (7 of them) was ignored and never brought to life. Glad it came to an end.
no communication, senior management non visible - clicks in depts -
Software Developer (Current Employee) – Syosset, NY – February 24, 2018
the work-life balance can be better work culture is great no opportunity for advancement 2 weeks paid time off 401k is ok good benifits change is manager caused a lot of stress, still trying to impress him work can be stressful at times
The work place is productive and many opportunities depending on the set of skills the project requires
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Harbor, NY – December 15, 2017
Depending on the department it is an easy commute and everything you need with get through the day and get the job done is provided. Management is fair and balanced. I learned working her that there are still so many opportunities for employment even in a down economy. After being returned from the field my job duties do not match the level of skills and education. The hardest part of the job is since returning from a field position as a Call Center Technical Advisor on the Super Storm Sandy project my salary reduced tremendously. It has taken 8 months to be placed on another project and returned to a salary to match my education, skillset and experience. The most enjoyable part is that LiRo is a good company to work for, not stressful.
Project Engineer (Current Employee) – Syosset, NY – September 26, 2017
The people at LiRo are knowledgeable and work hard. My current manager is on the verge of retirement and has not worked in construction management before and is struggling. I have learned a lot on how to manage a project and look forward to using this knowledge in my future. Overall a very good company but the pay is less than I feel I deserve based on the work I am currently doing.
Case Manager (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – January 20, 2017
A typical day working for LiRo Group was morning meetings to discuss requirements for the day- As a case manager I learned to monitor all applicant files assigned to me and to aid applicant's with issue they may encounter while repairing their homes. Overall, the management was well informed to guide us to accomplish the task at hand for the day The work environment was pleasant, encouraging and cheerful to help accomplish daily task. The hardest part of the work day was waiting on the necessary assignments to help applicant's assigned to me. The most enjoyable part of the job was helping those applicant's who were in need of help getting their home complete.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – new york,ny – September 20, 2015
good opportunity for growing up. hectic work schedule and good supporting staff. decent amount of red tape and politics but this is expected of a big company. the most enjoyable part of the job was working alongside my colleagues and learning from them.
Resident Engineer (Current Employee) – Syosset, NY – December 28, 2014
After 44 years of being an engineer, this is the second best consulting firm in my career. Their benefit package and attitude to employees is exceptional. Since I work in the field I don't have knowledge of their office procedures. I have very little interaction with management.
Assistant Inspector/IT Tech (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – October 15, 2014
• Administrative Assistant tasks including front line communications; completing daily reports, files, logs; and assisting supervisors with daily tasks • Inspecting physical site locations via photograph loggings and editing of works in progress • Participate in maintaining fire safety and worker safety inspections as well as reporting unsafe conditions • Installed software/hardware and troubleshoot user-based computer issues • Overall responsibility for short/medium term planning and organization of all resources. • Developing and managing interdisciplinary teams for multi-party projects. • Participating in the sales process by identifying business development potential. • Writing up reports on business operations for the executive staff. • Attending regular progress meetings with Senior Managers and Directors. • Creating a positive culture where the work can get done. • Identifying and managing risks, issues and dependencies. • When appropriate, provide operational cover for absent Senior Managers.