Wood Group Mustang

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Wood Group Mustang President Steve Knowles
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    Good people, but not a career company

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Denver, CO
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Denver, CO

    I have been working at Wood Group Mustang full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    * Flexible Schedule
    * Bus Pass
    * Not bogged down with old school methods for doing the work
    * Pleasant work space - not a sweat shop
    * A good 'can do' attitude from my peers
    * Friendly - not much politics
    * Problems with the building get corrected quickly (cockroaches, flood, restroom issues, HVAC)

    Cons

    * There is not much to set them apart from the other design companies
    * Low energy prices means low workload (not a diverse work group)
    * The company goes out and sells a project without considering our skills for the work - then we look bad even though we did our best with what we have for talent
    * Slow to hire the right help
    * Young managers do not take charge and don't know how to do the work themselves. I don't know how they got their positions
    * The executive assistant really runs the place and has a paid parking spot. Her relative is a manager

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    * Consider moving out of downtown. The commute is too difficult even using the bus which is never on schedule. It costs a lot to drive downtown and park. There are plenty of buildings in the metro area and along the light rail corridor that are more attractive whether considering Golden, Tech Center or to the east.
    * Find a way to stop being the dumping ground for projects no one else wants
    * Follow your core values better
    * Stop pressuring people to give to various charities. Stuffing inflatable monkeys in cubes and offices to get someone to pay is not appropriate
    * Bring relevant training in-house
    * Better pay and more earned PTO would help attract high quality talent. Mediocre benefits = mediocre talent

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

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