I have been working at Pepco Holdings full-time
Good pay, vacation, educational assistance. Lots of room for growth in terms of changing departments and seeing different aspects of things. Flex time is allowed in a lot of departments; sometimes working from home is, too.
Work can be tedious at times, but I imagine it's like that almost everywhere. Sometimes it seems like years count more than merit for promotions.
Advice to Management
Don't cut off your employees from upper management just because they don't have a lot of experience. Hopefully the new "coaching" feedback works well.
The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Pepco Holdings in August 2016.
Pre-employment testing is required to determine eligibility for a viable fit in the organization. Interview involved STAR situational performance questions. Almost mentally exhausted by the end. Hard to determine if I would be a good fit with the company- very slanted toward situational questions not expectations
Reasons for Declining
Another offer preceded