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March 12, 2020

What is health insurance like at ECC?

Pros

ECC is a family of employee-owners working together to deliver quality results to clients around the world. We have an ESOP, 401k matching, and great health insurance benefits. We are empowered to do whatever it takes to be successful. We are afforded the flexibility to maintain a positive work-life balance. Personal and environmental safety is our top goal .

Cons

Females are underutilized in executive leadership positions.

Advice to Management

Continue to provide ongoing positive and constructive feedback to your team members.

We have an ESOP, 401k matching, and great health insurance benefits.

March 12, 2020

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March 10, 2020

Does ECC pay for a gym membership?

Pros

Free food, fun events, relaxed working hours, field work, office work.

Cons

Lack of training, no gym membership.

Lack of training, no gym membership.

March 10, 2020

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March 5, 2020

Does ECC have any sort of mentoring program?

Pros

ECC is coming back from several years of struggle. The people are still the #1 reason this company is awesome. Other Pros include the health insurance coverage, 401K contribution, Employee Stock Option Plan (ESOP), salary within industry standards (and sometimes above), and a Chairman of the Board/Owner who really cares about his employees. The culture here is more like a family atmosphere than your average construction and environmental firm. Lots of long-term employees (upwards of 25 years). There is a reason people have stayed, or people keep coming back.

Cons

ECC lacks women in leadership positions. There are no female directors (there were in the past) and no women at the Vice President level. I don't think ECC has ever held any women back from success, but there is no plan in place to train, mentor, or promote from within or to hire women externally to come into senior positions within the organization. Would be nice to see them focus on hiring, promoting, and mentoring women leaders.

Advice to Management

Develop succession plans for those starting to age out/consider retirement; develop a plan to hire, promote, and mentor women leaders within the organization.

Would be nice to see them focus on hiring, promoting, and mentoring women leaders.

March 5, 2020

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March 5, 2020

Is ECC a good company to work for?

Pros

ECC is coming back from several years of struggle. The people are still the #1 reason this company is awesome. Other Pros include the health insurance coverage, 401K contribution, Employee Stock Option Plan (ESOP), salary within industry standards (and sometimes above), and a Chairman of the Board/Owner who really cares about his employees. The culture here is more like a family atmosphere than your average construction and environmental firm. Lots of long-term employees (upwards of 25 years). There is a reason people have stayed, or people keep coming back.

Cons

ECC lacks women in leadership positions. There are no female directors (there were in the past) and no women at the Vice President level. I don't think ECC has ever held any women back from success, but there is no plan in place to train, mentor, or promote from within or to hire women externally to come into senior positions within the organization. Would be nice to see them focus on hiring, promoting, and mentoring women leaders.

Advice to Management

Develop succession plans for those starting to age out/consider retirement; develop a plan to hire, promote, and mentor women leaders within the organization.

The people are still the #1 reason this company is awesome.

March 5, 2020

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March 5, 2020

What is the company culture at ECC?

Pros

ECC is coming back from several years of struggle. The people are still the #1 reason this company is awesome. Other Pros include the health insurance coverage, 401K contribution, Employee Stock Option Plan (ESOP), salary within industry standards (and sometimes above), and a Chairman of the Board/Owner who really cares about his employees. The culture here is more like a family atmosphere than your average construction and environmental firm. Lots of long-term employees (upwards of 25 years). There is a reason people have stayed, or people keep coming back.

Cons

ECC lacks women in leadership positions. There are no female directors (there were in the past) and no women at the Vice President level. I don't think ECC has ever held any women back from success, but there is no plan in place to train, mentor, or promote from within or to hire women externally to come into senior positions within the organization. Would be nice to see them focus on hiring, promoting, and mentoring women leaders.

Advice to Management

Develop succession plans for those starting to age out/consider retirement; develop a plan to hire, promote, and mentor women leaders within the organization.

The culture here is more like a family atmosphere than your average construction and environmental firm.

March 5, 2020

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