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    Typical large corporation - Electrical Contractor

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    Former Employee - Project Manager in Suffolk, VA
    Former Employee - Project Manager in Suffolk, VA

    I worked at Integrated Electrical Services full-time (more than 5 years)


    IES has a pretty good benefits package, they also are competitive salary wise.


    As many large corporations, bottom line is more important than loyalty. Yeah, it is essential to keep a company lean and ready in this economic environment, but, if there is any kind of pause between jobs, IES will let people go and try to rehire rather than keep them on for a couple weeks to ensure they keep the best people. I'm also not fond of their policy to fill employees personnel files with as many write-ups as possible to help them fight unemployment compensation when they do let people go. My file stayed empty, but as a manager, it was my responsibility to write up as many people as I could as often as I could.

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    Think about showing loyalty to people who have shown you loyalty.

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Integrated Electrical Services Interviews

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    Fire Alarm Programmer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Chandler, AZ
    Anonymous Employee in Chandler, AZ
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took a dayinterviewed at Integrated Electrical Services in February 2011.

    Interview Details

    The interview was somewhat chaotic, four people were involved and I got rapid fire questions from all. However the interview was for a high stress position and it appeared they needed it filled as soon as possible. All the interviewers seemed to know what they were talking about (fire alarm programming for EST systems) and were polite but firm in that the position was a very difficult position.

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    • How are you with stress, we have had programmers who have crawled into the corner and cried.   View Answer
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The Houston Chronicle 100, The Houston Chronicle, 2008

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Headquarters Houston, TX
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1997
Type Company - Public (IESC)
Industry Construction, Repair & Maintenance
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Lights! Camera! Action! Integrated Electrical Services (IES) has a hand in all three. The company installs and maintains electrical and communications systems for residential, commercial, and industrial customers. Work on commercial buildings and homes includes custom design, testing, and maintenance on low-voltage systems such as lighting, fire alarm, audio/video, and Internet cabling. On the industrial side, IES performs high- and medium-voltage systems installation and construction on power stations, oil and gas pipelines, and processing plants. The company has a... More

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