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Bill Graebel
66 Ratings
  • A good learning experience for recent college graduates, not a long-term place to build your career.

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    Current Employee - Consultant in Aurora, CO
    Current Employee - Consultant in Aurora, CO

    I have been working at Graebel full-time (more than a year)


    Interesting exposure to a quickly evolving field in mobility, decent work-life balance when turnover temporarily slows down and slow off-season permit, CEO that seems to make an effort to improve transparency and satisfaction of employees. Generally pleasant and friendly co-workers in all departments. Fun company events.


    Disorganization seems to be the overarching company theme common to all departments. Constant turnover of top performers and hard workers due to poor compensation, benefits, and lack of career growth opportunities. Favoritism and lack of transparency with promotions and internal interview and review processes. Laziness and incompetence run rampant in those left behind after a few years unable to find jobs elsewhere. Bureaucratic culture that has a form for everything and a process that no one understands or follows. People constantly passing the buck leaving the few responsible and serious employees doing most of the work. VERY poor training and an HR department that seems to specialize in making lame excuses for why one thing or another can´t be improved. Management constantly says that they are open to new ideas which they promptly ignore when actually offered. Many people feel that their careers are stagnating with Graebel and they´re not learning and growing personally or professionally.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Actions speak louder than words. Invest in your employees and they will be loyal to you. Stop compensating and treating employees like they are disposable or turnover will never improve and you´ll continue to lose your top talent. Promote management from within because when you don´t it just confirms the perception that your employee quality level is low (or at least you think it is). Eliminate nepotism. Improve your 401(k) match, tuition reimbursement, and healthcare benefits.

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