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30+ days ago

Transmission Planning Engineer/Senior Engineer

Northeast Utilities United States +3 locations

NEW HIRES AND EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE TRANSFERRED INTO A POSTED POSITION ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN IN THEIR CURRENT POSITION FOR ONE YEAR BEFORE APPLYING FOR… Beyond.com


19 days ago

Manager, Quality Assurance, Testing & Standards

Northeast Utilities Berlin, CT +2 locations

This position is responsible for managing the policies, processes, and resources for NUs IT Quality Assurance (QA), Testing, and Organizational… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Associate Staff Accountant

Northeast Utilities Berlin, CT

The Associate Staff Accountant in the Plant Accounting group performs assignments related to fixed asset and construction accounting for NU… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Director-Procurement

Northeast Utilities Connecticut +2 locations

NEW HIRES AND EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE TRANSFERRED INTO A POSTED POSITION ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN IN THEIR CURRENT POSITION FOR ONE YEAR BEFORE APPLYING FOR… Beyond.com


10 days ago

Environmental Coordinator (Tech Assoc/Assoc/FQ)

Northeast Utilities Cheshire, CT

NEW HIRES AND EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE TRANSFERRED INTO A POSTED POSITION ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN IN THEIR CURRENT POSITION FOR ONE YEAR BEFORE APPLYING FOR… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Analyst (Transmission Rates/Regulatory Req)

Northeast Utilities Berlin, CT

NEW HIRES AND EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE TRANSFERRED INTO A POSTED POSITION ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN IN THEIR CURRENT POSITION FOR ONE YEAR BEFORE APPLYING FOR… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Lead Human Resources Business Partner

Northeast Utilities Berlin, CT

Individual is responsible for providing strategic and operational Human Resource programs and services to the management and employees of… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Meter & Service Trainer (Safety Sensitive)

Northeast Utilities Meriden, CT

NEW HIRES AND EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE TRANSFERRED INTO A POSTED POSITION ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN IN THEIR CURRENT POSITION FOR ONE YEAR BEFORE APPLYING FOR… Beyond.com


10 days ago

Distribution Operations Specialist

Northeast Utilities Berlin, CT

NEW HIRES AND EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE TRANSFERRED INTO A POSTED POSITION ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN IN THEIR CURRENT POSITION FOR ONE YEAR BEFORE APPLYING FOR… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Counsel (Labor Law)

Northeast Utilities Connecticut

NEW HIRES AND EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE TRANSFERRED INTO A POSTED POSITION ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN IN THEIR CURRENT POSITION FOR ONE YEAR BEFORE APPLYING FOR… Beyond.com


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Northeast Utilities CEO Thomas J. May
Thomas J. May
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    Executive VPs and CEO line pockets, others get layoffs

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    Former Employee - Web  in  Berlin, CT
    Former Employee - Web in Berlin, CT

    I worked at Northeast Utilities full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    There are no good reasons to work here. It use to be a decent company, but no more since the NStar merger.

    Cons

    No pertinent communication with employees. The have a weekly e-newsletter which is laughable personal safety tidbits about your grill and how to walk in the snow; Layoffs continue and outsourcing to India for lower salaries and tax havens. No one trusts management because they say one thing and do another. No indication they value employees, in fact they seem to not like employees. No training; no OT storm pay (requiring 12 hour days 24/7); many benefits taken away since merger; HR protect management; MEANWHILE...executives are cashing in their millions in stock and Tom May is sitting pretty.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Shame on you for your lack of ethics. CEO Tom May has tarnished NU's reputation both internally and externally. Congratulations. He and the executive team have destroyed a once hard working, company-centric workforce and created a distrustful environment which is difficult to thrive in. At this point, I don't think the company is recoverable. Most people just want out.

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