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James P. McHugh
I have been working at James McHugh full-time for more than 8 years
Pros – Excellent place to work for.
Cons – Long Hours Management not Flexible
Advice to Senior Management – Need more help in finance
2013-07-05 13:39 PDT
I have been working at James McHugh full-time for more than a year
Pros – James McHugh Construction Company offers a great work environment with friendly coworkers and a dedicated drive for excellent work
Cons – Because of the construction environment job sites are often high stress, but this is not unique to JMCC, it's simply the nature of the business
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2013-06-27 09:17 PDT
I have been working at James McHugh full-time for more than 5 years
Pros – Still mostly a family company. There is room to make your own opportunities.
Cons – Still mostly a family company. Very old-school and resistant to change.
Advice to Senior Management – It's a dynamic marketplace. Change or perish.
2013-03-06 19:27 PST
I have been working at James McHugh
Pros – It is a very large construction company but maintains the atmosphere of a family-runned company. Co-workers are very friendly and supportive when approached for advice. There is a wealth of industry knowledge from which to draw on when confronted with unique dilemmas. The company enjoys a very good reputation within the construction industry which makes it easier to work with city officials, subcontractors, owner's reps, and architects. The company's quarterly newsletter is one of the funniest and more interesting pieces of official literature that I have ever come across. The general feeling is that it's compensation packages are fair for the industry.
Cons – There is very little feedback from upper management regarding job performance. Annual reviews consisted of filling out a job satisfaction form and returning it to the corporate office. Only recently did the company begin to require the use of standardized project management software. However, the software that is being required is not typically used for construction management. It is more of an accounting package and as a result many project managers are still using their own preferred software. The company operates an in-house print shop but does not have an over-sized color scanner or printer. There have been times when I have been forced to use Kinko's to scan and distribute documents to subcontractors.
Advice to Senior Management – Meet with the members of your project teams to discuss job performance.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2008-12-15 07:43 PST
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