BHI Energy Employee Reviews about "employee"
67% would recommend to a friend
(16 total reviews)
71% approve of CEO
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- 1.0Jun 9, 2016Design TechCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearWest Palm Beach, FL
Most designers are united in their feelings towards supervisors and the project manager (distrust).
They do not care about their employees. All they see are numbers on a spreadsheet. They try to incentive us to get projects out early, but when it comes time to implement the incentive, it goes away. We have to buy our own coffee, and clean water. Happy employees = productive employees, and the project manager doesn't seem to understand that.
- 2.0Jan 20, 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent EmployeeLimerick, PA
After you top out your rate you can make decent money.
Bartlett does not care about families. If you were a new employee and needed insurance for your family you would actually have to give them money in addition to your paycheck. The starting rate does not even cover the family insurance premium. You are only a number and the company does not care about anyone. They are simply a workforce facilitator to insulate the hiring company from co-employment responsibilities.1
- 4.0Oct 17, 2018Anonymous ContractorCurrent Contractor
Trustworthy management Care and respect for employees at all levels
Incomplete information given to new hires Lack of willingness to defy contracting company
- 2.0Feb 22, 2016Senior Radiation Protection TechnicianFormer EmployeeCharlotte, NC
Pretty good pay. a few perks if you stay long enough. Insurance is a joke , they could do better. 401k plans need more than the minimum requirement of a 200 dollar a year maximum that Bartlett contributes to your plan.
NO sick time . People come to work with contagious stuff because they have no sick time and infect half the work crew. Only two weeks vac. time a year no matter how long you worked for them. Front line supervisors are pretty much YES men and can't wait to run to upper management to report someone instead of sitting down with employee and working it out. Recuiters promise you anything to get you to job site, then can't seem to remember anything about that later on. Don't have to know much or do much to be hired. I was told a body is a body making money for BHI , by my supervisor .2
- 3.0Oct 20, 2008Decon TechCurrent Employee
Per diem. As the saying goes, "No per diem, no see 'em." If they didn't pay per diem, no one would want to work for them.
Lousy benefits - healthcare package is so poor, no one wants it. Management is notorious for lying to employees.1
- 2.0Sep 13, 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Work is steady at time. Safety is a major concern. They do look out for the safety of employees and make sure all employees are safety conscious.
They pay lower than other contracting companies and don't treat there employees fairly. Bad management. Everything is about who you know and not what you know.3
- 2.0May 16, 2019Financial AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 3 years
BHI has some of the best, most qualified employees around!
The management lacks the foresight to invest in their employees both in on the job training and in compensation.