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18 English questions out of 18

February 18, 2021

What are perks and other benefits like at Atlas Technical Consultants?

Pros

depends on who your direct boss is - see Moreland Altobelli reviews for more opinions

Cons

low pay, 1% bonus, reluctant to pay O/T even if promised, poor medical benefits, gaslighting, bullying, cronyism, nepotism, targeting certain people, favoritism from bonuses to treatment, extremely high turnover and low morale due to toxic environment, unstable HR, huge amount of people laid off in March 2020 at Duluth location due to COVID-19

Advice to Management

Honor your core values - Life, Heart, Trust & Mastery. Your employees are not happy, but they are your biggest asset. They don't respect you, and they certainly don't trust you.

low pay, 1% bonus, reluctant to pay O/T even if promised, poor medical benefits, gaslighting, bullying, cronyism, nepotism, targeting certain people, favoritism from bonuses to treatment, extremely high turnover and low morale due to toxic environment, unstable HR, huge amount of people laid off in March 2020 at Duluth location due to COVID

February 18, 2021

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June 9, 2021

What kind of career opportunities exist at Atlas Technical Consultants?

Pros

Flexible hours & ability to learn new things

Cons

No room for advancement Crappy management - rules & processes don’t apply to them Terrible communication within group No incentives or raises

No room for advancement

June 9, 2021

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April 18, 2021

Does Atlas Technical Consultants have any sort of mentoring program?

Pros

Work Experience, Learning Opportunity, Mentorship

Cons

Turnover, Lacking technical personnel, Lacking number of contributors

Work Experience, Learning Opportunity, Mentorship

April 18, 2021

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August 27, 2021

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at Atlas Technical Consultants?

Pros

Decent work environment and immediate coworkers are great. Direct supervisor was excellent and nice to work for. Supervisor will fight for you as much as they can. Professional growth encouraged on a departmental level. Opportunities to learn a wide-variety of skills and geophysical techniques. Variety of jobs and worksite locations can beat the doldrums of an office job. Get paid for travel time, which you will do a lot of.

Cons

Hours are extremely variable, week to week, season to season. Sometimes struggling for 40 hours, other times working 60+. Do not expect much of a stable and consistent work-life balance. Tons of travel. For better or worse, will see interesting parts of Southern California. Sometimes you're working on a quiet mountaintop. Most often you're in the heart of an industrial sprawl in Los Angeles. Direct department limited by corporate. Going above and beyond is largely unrewarded, and when recognized, reward is trivial and months late. Corporate seems to care little for the well-being of the various branch employees; concerns fall on deaf ears. Constant shareholder emails makes it seem corporate is more concerned with acquisitions. Turnover can be high. Constant training of new employees wears out the more experienced workers. Online training modules can be redundant. Expected to complete training on time while also working in the field. (i.e. homework)

Expected to complete training on time while also working in the field.

August 27, 2021

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February 18, 2021

What is the feeling of job security at Atlas Technical Consultants?

Pros

depends on who your direct boss is - see Moreland Altobelli reviews for more opinions

Cons

low pay, 1% bonus, reluctant to pay O/T even if promised, poor medical benefits, gaslighting, bullying, cronyism, nepotism, targeting certain people, favoritism from bonuses to treatment, extremely high turnover and low morale due to toxic environment, unstable HR, huge amount of people laid off in March 2020 at Duluth location due to COVID-19

Advice to Management

Honor your core values - Life, Heart, Trust & Mastery. Your employees are not happy, but they are your biggest asset. They don't respect you, and they certainly don't trust you.

low pay, 1% bonus, reluctant to pay O/T even if promised, poor medical benefits, gaslighting, bullying, cronyism, nepotism, targeting certain people, favoritism from bonuses to treatment, extremely high turnover and low morale due to toxic environment, unstable HR, huge amount of people laid off in March 2020 at Duluth location due to COVID

February 18, 2021

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