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Overall, its good Utility company to work for.
Corp. Security department management is terrible. Just in one year, three top level managers were let go.
Guards working for 17yrs. becomes Lead person, without any managerial skills, coworkers are working against each other rather than, working A-Team Concept. Edison will train you, get all certified, then time comes, will let you go after spending so much money and invested in valuable assets for the Company, but MANAGEMENT DO NOT CARE. Its Not his Money. its the arrogance of their style of management horrible, they work to retaliation IF you complain and they know who does go to the HR or Ethics. !! So many Key people left, new manager don't know what their Staff do ? and that is Very Sad.
Advice to Management
Upper level management ? Hummm....depends how far it goes as a "Upper level"
top level Ted - management should know. Try to keep very hard worker, talented, energetic, educated, certified by Edison, keep them, don't let that assets go away, don't be fool and arrogant.
Utility Company wasting so much money of the Govt. by hiring so many Contractors paying so high amount, where same job I can do with the same pay as a Perm. Employee. Not talking about any Outsourcing here at all, as I have seen it in talking and working together with those people, and that's the Facts.
Hire Educated Skills workers. see Which company they are Coming from? Change People Positions, rotate them to one dept. to another dept. is the main rule of SECURITY. No more Favoritism.
Edison International has been around the world, but its largest subsidiary is Southern California Edison (SCE), which distributes electricity to a population of almost 14 million people in central, coastal, and southern California; it is the top purchaser of renewable energy in the US. The utility's system consists of about 12,000 circuit miles of transmission lines and more than 103,500 circuit miles of distribution lines. SCE also has 5,500 MW of generating capacity from interests in nuclear, hydroelectric, and fossil-fueled power plants. Edison had an major...