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Thomas V. Shockley
I have been working at El Paso Electric full-time for more than 5 years
Pros – Stability is great. Benefits and salary are very good.
Cons – Top heavy in upper management for such a small company. There are VP's with only two employees under them!
Advice to Senior Management – Take a look at middle to upper management staff. It is very top heavy!
Some of the managers are still using the old "union vs management" mentality.
The outlook of the company is positive as the CEO genuinely cares about the employees.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2013-06-23 15:13 PDT
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I have been working at El Paso Electric
Pros – Because it's a small company, one can gain a variety of experience while working in the same position. Senior management is accessible and top-down communication is very good most of the time. Employees are very dedicated and are willing to go above and beyond normal duties. Employees are routinely recognized for good performance.
Cons – Some employees work a lot of overtime due to workload caused by understaffing. Hourly personnel are good with it because of the OT, and most salaried people don't mind either because mangement is flexible when it comes time for vacation and personal time off, however, too much for too long gets old.
Advice to Senior Management – If you invest in hiring more people it may free up your management to implement innovative ideas to improve productivity which may reduce costs. You will also be better prepared to address the aging workforce issue.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2012-05-19 23:41 PDT
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