Erin Engineering and Research
Erin Associates Limited – Birmingham, England
They are offering the very best in career development where you will work with highly experienced and respected senior developers who will mentor and… Jobsite.co.uk
Erin Associates Limited – Solihull, England
This role offers an exciting opportunity for a self-motivated VB.Net/Software Developer to join a well established software house which enjoyed… Jobsite.co.uk
Erin Associates Limited – Stockport, England
This is a mid-level developer role within an existing team, where you will be working closely with the Senior Developers and the Development Manager… Jobsite.co.uk
Erin Associates Limited – Oakham, England +8 locations
for this Business Analyst role -Formally analysing, capturing, communicating and validating requirements for changes and enhance and improve the… Jobsite.co.uk
Erin Associates Limited – Warwick, West Midlands, England
of the Business Analyst -Gather information and translate the requirements into straightforward Functional specifications -The Business Analyst will… Jobsite.co.uk
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I have been working at Erin Engineering and Research full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
Staff is friendly and nice. Great annual party and get-togethers. Flexible hours and work schedule. Excellent Benefits.Cons
High expectations and limited support to employees. Very high demand on getting work done with limited resources. Both management and employees are overwhelmed at times. Company has taken a downward trajectory and seems though everyone is expected to do more with less. You will be expected to do every bit of work and will probably spend more than 40 hours week completing tasks. If you don't, then it gets highlighted in your performance review...which means no bonuses or raises. About a year ago the CEO himself said that "folks can't be running at a hundred-miles an hour", yet things have not improved.
Pay is decent but does not commensurate with the recent upturn in the economy. Furthermore, most employees are expected to do more with less and sometimes spend additional hours outside of work to get things done, you are not compensated for overtime in these cases.
Company culture has seriously gone downhill. I can't remember the last time the folks in this office actually took a lunch break and spent time to do fun office things (i.e, Halloween party).
This is not a company for young newbies and definitely requires prior training and knowledge to be successful here.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Please Please, change the admin attitude in Walnut Creek. Admin staff in Walnut Creek are very demanding, unprofessional, and seem entitled at times.
Try updating outdated system for organization and project management. More supportive structure for employees to get work done on realistic budgets and time frames. Try putting together a better strategy on how things can get done, specially across different offices, instead of telling employees to "just do it". Try providing support and help on difficult projects. Most importantly, stop overburdening your managers and project engineers so that they can provide help, feedback, and encouragement to lower staff.Doesn't RecommendNeutral Outlook