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Current Employee - Quality Engineer in Boise, ID
Current Employee - Quality Engineer in Boise, ID

I have been working at Idaho Power

Pros

Time off, great salary, and commitment to family

Cons

Politics are overwhelming and impedes real communication

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    Former Employee - Station Tech in Boise, ID
    Former Employee - Station Tech in Boise, ID

    I worked at Idaho Power

    Pros

    Training, safety, lots of advancement oppertunities, respected by other utilities, generous compensation package.

    Cons

    wait time for grievence process to long. out of touch upper management.

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    see above

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    Stay in touch with the troops and don't give them the feeling that they aren't worthy of you.

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    Former Employee - Energy Services Representative in Boise, ID
    Former Employee - Energy Services Representative in Boise, ID

    I worked at Idaho Power

    Pros

    Considering the state of Idaho, Idaho Power is one of the best employers with great benefits. They touch most of southern Idaho so there are a number of locations to work at. The have several sides - electricity supply and generation so there are a number of areas to either start in and/or move to. Has the feel of a large family work environment.

    Cons

    Many of the positions are internal and you work in a cubicle. Good pay for Idaho, but not a lot of upside potential. Like anywhere, there are a few supervisors that don't know as much as they should about what their employees really do and challenges they really face. A lot of advancements based on who you know and who you hang with.

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    More advancements based on proven work skills and/or background rather than being part of the club.

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