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Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
The things I liked most about working here were the benefits, fellow employees, and the first thrusday reboots. The company does provide some nice things like coffee and snacks for employees in the office. However, field employees do not receive the same sort of perks.
There is a serious lack of emphasis on training and development. Deadlines completely outweigh any employee needs. It's an engineering meat market.
Advice to Management
For FDH being such small/ medium sized business, there is such a huge gap between upper management and the employees. It's like these complaints about lack of training and development and transparency in management is never heard because no changes are ever made. Treat your employees like you would want to be treated.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through other source. I interviewed at FDH Engineering.
you pretty much have the job..... If you want it. It is over the phone. the company will probably make promises they can not adhere to and then they will low ball you when it comes to an offer. They will and had said everything under the sun to get me to sign on. foolishly I did. I think that this company honestly needs better experience when it comes to managers not their employees. They also need to not misrepresent themselves during the interview process. I was told they had every discipline. they do but in fact they are not interested in the development or education of any other discipline unless it is directly related to non structural structural analysis (the work is very finite regarding this service)
- we are a young company. are you comfortable dealing with inexperienced employees? 1 Answer
FDH started 20 years ago as a three-person structural group, founded by two NC State University professors and a graduate student. Today, FDH is a multidisciplinary consulting firm that provides engineering, investigation, and construction services to clients in the heavy-civil and wireless markets. FDH projects span all 50 states and include international work in the U.S ...
Mission: FDH values employees who value innovation, teamwork, integrity & respect, and a passion for excellence. These core values have driven the company's remarkable growth over the past two decades and have led to the company's award of three U.S. patents for advanced technologies that assess the health of civil and industrial infrastructure. The company's greatest asset is its talented team of professionals who act as an extension of each client's organization, placing quality service above all else.