Intermountain Electric Reviews

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Denver, CO
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Denver, CO

    I worked at Intermountain Electric full-time

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    The people are wonderful to work with.


    Biggest issue- People are understaffed and overworked. There is too much of an investment in the top- which doesn't translate to the people at the bottom doing the work. Make sure that no one works 12 hour days. That should be your mantra. Almost no opportunities for growth- except for a few select people. Even after I left, I still talk with employees about this same issue. It has not changed.

    Advice to Management

    Stop finding outside people who you overpay to supervise- and instead help staff the people that are working so hard and invest in them to move up. People work on their days off , on weekends and when they are sick. 12 hour days are a regular thing. This is sad to me. People are your best resource. Start investing in the worker bees first. Take action on the yearly reviews and work with people to move up the ladder. Work to keep the people who put their blood, sweat and tears in to the place, because they are burning out and moving on and it makes it harder for everyone else.

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    Assistant Project Manager Interview

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    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3+ monthsinterviewed at Intermountain Electric.


    Hiring process took along time. They will not bring you on until they are in a crisis and need someone at the last min. They will call you the night before they need you. Interview was easy. Not much structure. Very casual they only asked about my experiences. No tricks

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    There was no negotiating. They gave me an offer and that was it. They are trying to get people at lowest cost possible.

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Headquarters Denver, CO
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Operated By Quanta Services
Founded 1946
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Construction, Repair & Maintenance
Revenue $5 to $10 million (USD) per year

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