I have been working at IPL (Indiana) full-time (More than 5 years)
I've met many wonderful people at IPL and have enjoyed working under 6 different managers at IPL. Benefits are better than average and pay is competitive.
Parent company (AES) has many executives with little to no experience running a regulated electric utility, and it shows in strategy and direction.
Advice to Management
Realize that it takes effort and resources to develop people, and that great people make as much of an impact on profitability as anything else.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at IPL (Indiana) (Indianapolis, IN) in October 2013.
If anybody from management HR is reading this you need to carefully review and possibly fire some of your recruiters. I am complaining that one of them was very unprofessional in that he lied about my candidate status, did not follow-up with me on my requests for status updates, and mislead me to believe that I was still a candidate after a month the job was filled.I asked for some feedback on the interview process after two months and did not receive a reply back. The process was mainly negative because of the unprofessional-ism of a recruiter from the IPL/AES company. I applied for the job online, had a phone interview, and then was told they wanted me onsite for an interview. Then the recruiter tried to pressure me into revealing my salary history and expectations (loaded question), so I asked what the position's salary range was. This is a fair question. After that... no response!
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