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Jeff Heggedahl
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    Top heavy organization that squeezes its employees to the breaking point

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    I have been working at Ecova full-time


    Fair compensation and benefits package. Front line employees are the best in the business; a result of the acquired company's hires.


    Where to start... An extremely top heavy organization with so many management "hands in the pot" progress is never achieved, ever. Status quo is the name of the game here. When production employees leave (which is quite often lately) they are rarely replaced; yet, management remains. Too many companies were acquired over the years creating a chaotic and confusing environment as management has utterly FAILED to unite the offices across the country. Poor product delivery and clients are constantly upset creating an uncomfortable work environment. Employee morale is off the charts low; the employee churn makes it difficult to build a solid foundation for building a career. There has been no investment into the multiple, critical databases leaving a fragmented core of the business. The most patronizing part of this management group is they dangle bonuses in front of its employees with seemingly no intent to distribute, but out of the other side of their mouth tout how much growth they've experienced and how profitable they are "thanks to you the employee". My favorite, a VP was overheard saying "work life balance is just a myth"... really?! Believe me, you've proved it. Lastly, metrics mean more than tangible results. If you can game metrics while achieving nothing, you'll fit in well here. Oh, and Ecova is now owned by a French company. Good luck Cofely.

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