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    Best work environment I've ever had...

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
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    I have been working at Lcra full-time (More than a year)

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    Pros

    I feel like people really care about me. We work to help each other out, because my coworkers are generally caring people, and also because there is a common theme of public service.

    Cons

    So much change all the time can get exhausting...

    Advice to Management

    Build employee trust at every opportunity.


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    Welder LCRA Interview

    Anonymous Employee
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    Interview

    Applied online- Email contact a month later then 3 days later a phone interview, I made it to top 5 then only 2 were chosen for a face to face interview. call came 8days later and I had the interview yesterday and Had 4 people sitting around me interviewing me, asked basic questions like those mentioned above in other interview statements. I haven't received a call yet but am hopeful, I will update when I receive the call for hire or not.

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Website www.lcra.org
Headquarters Austin, TX
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1934
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Less than $1 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

The stars at night may be big and bright, but more than 1 million people deep in the heart of Texas still need electricity from the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA). Serving 55 counties along the lower Colorado River between Central Texas and the Gulf of Mexico, the not-for profit, state-run entity supplies wholesale electricity to more than 40 retail utilities (primarily municipalities and cooperatives). It operates three fossil-fuel powered plants and six hydroelectric dams that give it a production capacity of about 3,800 megawatts; it also purchases electricity ... More

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