Performance Contracting

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30+ days ago

Cleanroom Estimator

Performance Contracting Tigard, OR

Performance Contracting Group, a national, diversified leader in the specialty construction industry, is currently seeking a Commercial / Technology… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Cleanroom Project Manager

Performance Contracting Tigard, OR

Performance Contracting Group, a national, diversified leader in the specialty construction industry, is currently seeking a Project Manager for its… Glassdoor


3 days ago

Field Technician – new

Performance Contracting Portland, OR

Performance Contracting Inc., a national multi-disciplined specialty contractor, is currently seeking a Field Technician for its Portland Interior… Glassdoor


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    I have been working at Performance Contracting full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Compensation. Benefits. ESOP will make you rich. 401K. Flexible work environment. Excellent people. Loyalty. People drink the Kool Aid and it's the good stuff. Takes care of employees. 100% employee owned. "Fun place to work" is a core value and that's definitely a pro!

    Cons

    Good ol' boys club FOR SURE. Sink or swim/trial by fire approach. Lack of females (not girls) in leadership positions. Career paths are not finite or clear for some positions. There is definitely not a "FAIR" environment across the branches. People do what they want while others are not allowed reprimanded for it. Lack of formal HR department. People act accordingly.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Please consider placing females in leadership positions and most importantly, CREATING these opportunities... it's 2014 and please consider our customers, they have plenty of females in leadership roles. Place some sense of importance on assuring positions have career paths and clear direction on where they can go in the company. The lack of this is with my position is very discouraging and disappointing.

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