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8 English questions out of 8

August 11, 2021

What are perks and other benefits like at D.V. Brown?

Pros

Great Benefits and Pay Friendly, family like environment owners care and are both approachable and personable Care about customers, product and reputation

Cons

Mechanical contracting industry can be very competitive and demanding. not recommended for people who do not perform well under time constraints or financial accountability.

Great Benefits and Pay

August 11, 2021

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September 27, 2019

How are senior leaders perceived at D.V. Brown?

Pros

Interesting work, and very progressive with method and practices. There are some genuinely nice people working there. The company has shown aggressive growth, and will likely continue on that trend.

Cons

There are no cost of living raises. Bonuses are inconsistent, ranging from 5% to a $50 Home Depot card, with no correlation to company success or employee performance. Six day work week is the norm for salary employees. They do not promote the people who are competent, instead hiring outside people who may or may not be qualified. Any new hire manager's word is taken as gold, even when proven results show lack of qualifications. Upper management would rather suffer with the poor performance than admit mistakes.

Advice to Management

Listen to your employees.

Upper management would rather suffer with the poor performance than admit mistakes.

September 27, 2019

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September 27, 2019

How is management perceived at D.V. Brown?

Pros

Interesting work, and very progressive with method and practices. There are some genuinely nice people working there. The company has shown aggressive growth, and will likely continue on that trend.

Cons

There are no cost of living raises. Bonuses are inconsistent, ranging from 5% to a $50 Home Depot card, with no correlation to company success or employee performance. Six day work week is the norm for salary employees. They do not promote the people who are competent, instead hiring outside people who may or may not be qualified. Any new hire manager's word is taken as gold, even when proven results show lack of qualifications. Upper management would rather suffer with the poor performance than admit mistakes.

Advice to Management

Listen to your employees.

Any new hire manager's word is taken as gold, even when proven results show lack of qualifications.

September 27, 2019

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September 27, 2019

What is the hiring process like at D.V. Brown?

Pros

Interesting work, and very progressive with method and practices. There are some genuinely nice people working there. The company has shown aggressive growth, and will likely continue on that trend.

Cons

There are no cost of living raises. Bonuses are inconsistent, ranging from 5% to a $50 Home Depot card, with no correlation to company success or employee performance. Six day work week is the norm for salary employees. They do not promote the people who are competent, instead hiring outside people who may or may not be qualified. Any new hire manager's word is taken as gold, even when proven results show lack of qualifications. Upper management would rather suffer with the poor performance than admit mistakes.

Advice to Management

Listen to your employees.

Any new hire manager's word is taken as gold, even when proven results show lack of qualifications.

September 27, 2019

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September 27, 2019

What are co-workers like at D.V. Brown?

Pros

Interesting work, and very progressive with method and practices. There are some genuinely nice people working there. The company has shown aggressive growth, and will likely continue on that trend.

Cons

There are no cost of living raises. Bonuses are inconsistent, ranging from 5% to a $50 Home Depot card, with no correlation to company success or employee performance. Six day work week is the norm for salary employees. They do not promote the people who are competent, instead hiring outside people who may or may not be qualified. Any new hire manager's word is taken as gold, even when proven results show lack of qualifications. Upper management would rather suffer with the poor performance than admit mistakes.

Advice to Management

Listen to your employees.

There are some genuinely nice people working there.

September 27, 2019

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