M3 Engineering & Technology Corp. Jobs & Careers in Tucson, AZ

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2 days ago

Systems Developer, Systems Integrator, & Technical Field Support – new

M3 Enginerring Tucson, AZ

and learn more about the company. Please apply online at www.M3eng.com M3 offers competitive salaries & an excellent benefits package. EOE… CareerBuilder


1 day ago

M3 is a privately held full service design firm – new

M3 Engineering Tucson, AZ

and learn more about the company. Please apply online at www.M3eng.com M3 offers competitive salaries & an excellent benefits package. EOE… CareerBuilder


M3 Engineering & Technology Corp. Reviews

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Daniel H. Neff
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    Chaotic Flat Organization Lead by Executive Arrogance

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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Engineer  in  Tucson, AZ
    Current Employee - Engineer in Tucson, AZ

    I have been working at M3 Engineering & Technology Corp. full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    1. Health Benefits and PTO
    2. Many great employees

    Cons

    1. The company strategy changes with the wind and there is an attempt to be all things to all clients
    2. Yes Men/Women are successful
    3. There are undefined levels of management
    4. Verbally abusive management and/or clients, and open practices of nepotism are tolorated
    5. Groups do not collaborate, working together toward a common goal, due in part to an undefined corporate strategy
    6. Project Managers openly state that there are problems but do not take action to correct historic and current issues
    7. Management does not lead through negative changes
    8. Changes within the organization are not clearly communicated in a timely manner
    9. Nothing can get done unless employees go behind the boss’s back. In most cases “Principle Management” is a roadblock to get work done
    10. Most are unsure who is leading the company
    11. Few contribute in meetings because management does not listen to new ideas and/or are afraid of taking action.
    12. Too many pointless meetings are being held
    13. Company leaders tolerate disrespectful clients and managers
    14. The only way someone can get promoted is if a senior staff member dies
    15. Unproductive workers are tolorated

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    1. Smile
    2. Re-evaluate Your Organizational Structure
    3. Diversify Management
    4. Define and develop corporate standards of doing business
    5. Clearly communicate the corporate strategy
    6. Adopt technology
    7. Step outside of your office more often
    8. Define the company Mission and Vision statement

    Doesn't Recommend
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