I worked at NiSource full-time (More than a year)
- Employee benefits are great; fantastic work-life balance
- NiSource provides opportunities to move around the organization to get a feel for different kinds of work. Good place to get a foot in the door and then move around/up the ladder.
- Collaboration and discussion is encouraged.
- No formal training; training is "on-the-job."
Advice to Management
- Consistency in how situations are handled creates a relaxed atmosphere; if your employees do not know how you will react, they will had difficulty knowing how to work with you.
- Leading by example
I applied online. I interviewed at NiSource (Columbus, OH).
1-on-1 phone interview mostly going over resume, followed by a panel interview by about 4 staff members, a couple of STAR based questions. Took a long time to contact me after interview.
"So inside that kind of strategic event, there's a lot of dynamic change. It's an exciting time." New CEO Joe Hamrock talks about NiSource as a pure-play utility company -- via The Columbus Dispatch. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIpez