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Pros – No. 1 reason - the Employees! We have a great staff that believes in our product and services. They go above and beyond daily to support our customers needs. Addtionally, they allow for work life/family balance.
Cons – As with any company there are ups and downs. An area of improvement would be process development.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
Pros – It was great working in a platinum rated, green building. Health benefits are generous. Co-workers are playfull and enjoy doing their work.
Cons – There is no job security. In two years, I must have seen 50 people come and go, most of which were quite capable. And, there are only about 75 people that work there.
Compensation is below market wages.
HR is terrible, shady. Hence the high turnover.
The company doesn't provide much opportunity for advancement. It's pretty much about seniority.
They are loyal to no one.
Advice to Senior Management – Listen to your employees with an open mind! Stop pretending you always know exactly what to do, because you are running the company into the ground.
Pros – *Great co-workers, challenging work, fun environment
*They practice what they preach - recycling, composting, reducing energy usage, renewable energy (solar, wind, etc.) - really cool to be a part of that!
*Solid business units - you can be proud to work there
*They hire smart people (sadly, they don't use them to their fullest!)
*People outside the company respect it - nice to work for a company that has the reputation it does
Cons – *Management really doesn't like to hear the truth, particularly the owner, especially if you have any kind of criticism - he takes things very personally and you will be marked as a traitor from that point on
*Hire smart people then don't use their smarts - as an employee, you are constantly undercut by management, particularly the owner who thinks he knows more than you do just because he started the company in his basement
*Work/life balance is encouraged, but you will be criticized for maintaining it!
*Constant calls from vendors looking for their payments
*Company preaches ethics and integrity but they do things that are questionable
*HR doesn't keep confidences - careful what you tell them
*Check your pay stubs carefully each pay period! Document any inconsistencies.
*Squeezing more out of less...layoffs, people being taken to part-time...does not instill a lot of confidence and employees are beat.
Advice to Senior Management – *Trust the people you hire! They are smart and can help. If you aren't going to trust them, then just hire a bunch of HS kids who will just do what you say. It will be cheaper in the long run
*If you are going to tell people about your ethics and integrity, you should probably follow those yourself
*Management needs to be honest with the owner on things that are going on
*Employees know more about what is going on than management...but they won't tell you if they get punished if it doesn't live up to your views of how things are
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