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HENSEL PHELPS is accepting applications for Carpenters, Laborers


HENSEL PHELPS is accepting applications for Carpenters, Laborers & Concrete Finishers Tuesday, Aug 12th 2014, 10am-12pm ONLY at 2701 E. Speedway, Ste… CareerBuilder

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Hensel Phelps is Hiring - Office / Field Engineer(s)

Hensel Phelps Construction San Jose, CA

Hensel phelps, with offices across the country is seeking Office and/or Field Engineers. In this role you will be supporting the Project Management… Glassdoor

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Hensel Phelps Construction President & CEO Jeff Wenaas
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    Not the company for a woman to advance.

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    Former Employee - Project Engineer  in  Chantilly, VA
    Former Employee - Project Engineer in Chantilly, VA

    I worked at Hensel Phelps Construction full-time for more than 3 years


    No out of pocket costs for health care premiums - paid entirely by the company. Stock ownership once you attain Project Engineer or higher so end of year payouts are nice. If you like to travel, then this is a company for you.


    Long hours and if you're efficient in getting your work done in an eight hour day, the managers make you feel guilty for leaving before others in the office. They will move you at a moments notice so family life will be constantly on the go. Women will take about twice as long as the men in the company to get promotions - if ever. Women will also be told to hold off having families so they can concentrate on their careers. Men, however, are encouraged to quickly get married (usually to the office admin) and have a family. Apparently, it helps them focus on their careers.

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