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3 days ago

Project Manager - Electrical Contractor

Rosendin Electric Honolulu, HI

The Project Manager provides overall project management support for several small to medium projects or on one very large project supporting senior… Rosendin Electric


3 days ago

Assistant Project Manager - Electrical Contractor

Rosendin Electric Honolulu, HI

The Assistant Project Manager provides overall administrative and construction support for single and/or multiple projects for our Project Management… Rosendin Electric


3 days ago

Sr. Estimator - Electrical Contractor

Rosendin Electric Honolulu, HI

The Senior Estimator provides and/or coordinates full estimating services on large Utility, Distributed Generation and Commercial projects and all… Rosendin Electric


3 days ago

Estimator - Electrical Contractor – new

Rosendin Electric Honolulu, HI

The Estimator prepares portions of contract proposal estimates, including the determination of applicable project plans and specifications… Rosendin Electric


3 days ago

Sr. Project Manager - Electrical Contractor

Rosendin Electric Honolulu, HI

The Senior Project Manager is responsible for the overall direction, completion, and financial outcome for several small to medium projects or on one… Rosendin Electric


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    Company president change "The great Demotivator"

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    Current Employee - JAFO in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - JAFO in San Francisco, CA

    I have been working at Rosendin Electric full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    I've been with Rosendin many years I've seen good years and not so great years but the company was always good.. people liked working here. we appreciated our leadership and our Company president who was the Face of the company and we all knew him..it seemed as though he cared not just about the company but about the people who worked within it.. and that made people care about what they did and how they did it.. Rosendin was going places and we were all part of it.. we felt appreciated and valuable to the companies success..

    Cons

    Several years ago we got a new company president.. who he is.. most employees only know by name as the man is a ghost, who cares not about the employees. his new bottom line policies along with his complete failure to become the next face and responsible person for the success or failures of Rosendin shows it .. he is from the operations side of the business and only the bottom line matters.. it seems he feels as though employees, moral, determination, motivation and faith in company leadership is some else's responsibility.. over the past two years the employees under his leadership and policies have lost 24% of their ESOP plan.. what was once Rosedins selling point to new / potential employees as well as a reason to stay and work harder.. is dwindling away. Rosendin is no longer one of the best companies to work for in the bay area.. we haven't been in a few years now.. FYI leadership and success of a company starts at the top.. its also where the money is lost.. bad decisions and no responsibility... Who runs Rosendin who is this Ghost .. maybe there's a reason for his staying in the background.. I don't know all I know is the attitude and policies have reached the lower levels of this company.. and all you have to do is look around, listen and you will see and hear what employees really think about the new Rosendin..

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    President of Rosendin Try Toms example that seemed to resonate with folks.. and that is when you make a decision that effects the team ask yourself.... what if it was me? instead of glad it's not me.. When you're in your next executive meeting look around see how your leadership has made its way from those around you to those under them..

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