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12 days ago

Quality Control Manager - overseas vertical construction

ECC Burlingame, CA

Quality Control Manager for upcoming vertical construction project located overseas in Korea. Position requires a 4 year degree in Construction… ECC


4 days ago

Quality Control Manager - Germany

ECC Burlingame, CA

Quality Control Manager for large building construction project located in desirable area in Germany. Position requires a 4 year degree specifically… ECC


13 days ago

Proposal Specialist I/II

ECC Burlingame, CA

AND DUTIES: •Write clear and persuasive proposal sections for competitive proposals. Sections range from technical, management, transition, past… ECC


12 days ago

Quality Control Manager - Electrical or Mechanical SME for vertical construction

ECC Burlingame, CA

Quality Control Manager and subject matter expert (SME) in Electrical or Mechanical for upcoming vertical construction project located overseas in… ECC


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Manjiv Vohra
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    Poor Advancement Opportunities

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    Current Employee - Manager  in  Burlingame, CA
    Current Employee - Manager in Burlingame, CA

    I have been working at ECC full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    Good people, up to date IT, employee owned

    Cons

    Poor advancement opportunities, little to no training, salary not based performance, company willing to support certain very poor performers based on past relationships with complete disregard to those being hurt by that process, top management disconnected from everyday employees, poor communication with employee/owners, moral tends to be low for general workforce, not enough women in management, strong focus on safety but little focus on quality, upper management not held accountable for poor performing projects, old-boys-club - glass ceiling at play, almost the entire company is working in quadrant 1 (covey), does not learn from previous mistakes, without the benefits of small business status - management struggling.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Salary and advancement opportunities should be based on performance, not on family, friends, and race. Nepotism will only weaken the company over time and the company has been around long enough that this has started to happen while top management looks the other way. Try to identify women for leadership roles.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    No opinion of CEO