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Meter Reader I ( Pool)

Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission Laurel, Klickitat, WA

Reads residential, commercial, and multi-dial water meters records meter readings, and reports problems as… Glassdoor


10 days ago

Project Manager - Sewer Condition Assessment

Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission Laurel, Klickitat, WA

In a team environment, manages or oversees the management of a variety of projects related to improving the performance of the wastewater collection… Glassdoor


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Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission General Manager Jerry N. Johnson
Jerry N. Johnson
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  1. 2 people found this helpful  

    What a Shocker !!

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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Information Technologist in Laurel, MD
    Current Employee - Information Technologist in Laurel, MD

    I have been working at Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Tactical level employees working for the company are very nice and most work hard to ensure the success for the company.

    Cons

    Leadership team is basically outsourced because they all work on contract basis and as such have no vested interest in the success of the employees.

    HR Department is either useless or powerless. Pretty much turn the other cheek on serious HR violations caused by abuse of power.

    There is a large degree of nepotism so you don't know if it's safe to speak with your boss or not because they could very well be related to the person you have a complaint about.

    Technology is also about 20 years behind and they are very process poor.

    Retirement announcements roll in like daily news. There are at least 2-3 a week. It's pretty insane - almost like people are running from the place.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Recognize that the internal problems will eventually reach a boiling point that will become public and embarrassing as lawsuits continue to roll in. HR needs to clean up their act and hold leadership accountable for employee abuse and violation of policy conduct. In addition, employee morale and working conditions created for them should be a measure of performance for leadership.

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