Mission: Neptune provides utility management systems, service, and support to help our utility customers manage their resources more efficiently and more effectively serve their customers.
I have been working at Neptune Technology Group full-time (More than 3 years)
-Sincerely positive work culture - management makes every effort to improve quality of work life and carries the best of intentions for employees.
-Work-life balance - Neptune has a 4 day work week schedule which is rare for any major company especially in manufacturing.
-Solid stable company - Been in business for 125 years and counting with solid steady growth.
- Truly a great place to work - you can really enjoy the work and the people you work with if you choose to.
-Lacking diversity in upper management in every department across the board for the entire tenure of the company. This may deter some folks who have hopes for senior executive management, not likely here, but you still can have a strong career and make an impact.
-Not much turnover - this is usually a good thing but just know that in order to prevent complacency you constantly need to reinvent the wheel to remain a thriving, ever growing and ever changing competitor.
Advice to Management
New CEO on deck who will continue to lead Neptune in first class innovation, service and quality. Know the talent you have leading for you very well and use the talent that is being under utilized more wisely. Stay transparent on Neptune's plans on growth and changes that will catapult us through the next 125 years.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Neptune Technology Group (Tallassee, AL) in August 2010.
After initial contact from a third-party recruiter, I had a phone interview with a senior engineer and engineering manager. The call was about 12 minutes of them describing the job and company, and about 3 minutes about my experience and current job. One day later, the recruiter told me they would like to meet me in person.
About two weeks later, I was flown to Alabama for a series of interviews and tour of their facility. Most of the idiscussion was questions about my resume and explanation of the job. Lunch followed.
Everyone, from the receptionist to VP of engineering & marketing was great. They truly seemed interested in getting to know me, which reaffirms the close, family feel of the company.
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