- 5.0Mar 1, 2023Principal EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsEagan, MN
Competitive pay and benefits Manage interesting projects
Lots of stakeholders to try to keep happy, and confusing and outdated internal processes make projects difficult.
- 5.0May 15, 2023Purchasing AgentCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearSaint Paul, MN
- flexibility to work remotely -management for department is excellent -lots of learning opportunities -salary and benefits
lots of red tape for certain projects can slow things down.
- 1.0Jul 11, 2023Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 5 years
you should work at the lowest job possible to reap the benefits...don't bother trying for anything in this organization, it's a mess.
Leadership team lacks leadership. Trust me, this is like a backyard get together with all the neighborhood kids trying to act like they can do something. Management sounds clueless on the direction they want to go. Typical politics, hence the rail situation in the Twin Cities right now. Had a friend of mine who interviewed and couldn't believe how they presented themselves as managers and chief of this or that. They were totally clueless and expected her to know how to solve their problems because they're all too lazy to do something about it. She obviously knew the role wasn't for her based on the interview because it was the complete opposite of what the job description said. She rejected role because she know they were demanding more from what the job description entailed.