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    I worked at Georgia Power


    Great place to work overall. Great co-workers! And nice benefits.


    Minorities advancing was an issue. It's all about who's daddy has the most pull.

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Georgia Power Interviews

Updated Dec 2, 2014
Updated Dec 2, 2014

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Interview Difficulty




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    I applied online. The process took 3+ monthsinterviewed at Georgia Power.

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    takes a long time to get an interview, then a long time until you hear a result. You apply for all jobs online. Then a phone interview. Then schedule for a test that looks for you to pay attention and type well and listen even better. Then you wait. Then you may get an interview. Then you wait. Then you may get called. If selected, drug testing..includes tobacco now, NO TOBACCO is allowed with new hires, at least 6 months with no form of tobacco or e-cig chemicals, the patch, dip, nico gum..NOTHING. hen you have to go to a class for anywhere from 3-6 weeks...its always changing. Any interal interviews for a job change, is worse. You wait for a job to post, apply and answer a questionnaire. It is hard. If you are selected for an interview, you interview in front of a panel. Reminds me of the parole hearings you see on TV. The questions are hard. Then it may be weeks before you hear anything. Just because you are a top performer, and excellent employee does not mean you even get an interview, much less the job change. If you do happen to win the lottery, and get the job change, even if it is a lateral move, you will get a small % increase in pay.

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    No negotiation phase. You take what they offer, or you leave it.
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Headquarters Atlanta, GA
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1945
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Oil, Gas, Energy & Utilities
Revenue $5 to $10 billion (USD) per year

Bigger than a giant peach, Georgia Power is the largest subsidiary of US utility holding company Southern Company. The regulated utility provides electricity to about 2.4 million residential, commercial, and industrial customers throughout most of Georgia. It has interests in 14 fossil-fueled, 2 nuclear, and 20 hydroelectric power plants that give it about 16,000 MW of generating capacity. When necessary the company purchases excess power from nine small power producers. Georgia Power sells wholesale electricity to several cooperatives and municipalities in the region. The... More

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