- Current Employee, more than 5 years★★★★★
Great Company to begin CareerOct 16, 2013 - Marketing Analyst in Rosemead, CARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Great company to begin career. Flexible work schedules, educational reimbursement, great benefits for individuals and family. Been working at SCE for 6 years.
No room for upward mobility. Too many silos among organizations. Upper management seldom sees the big picture
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- Current Employee★★★★★
Company cultureMar 20, 2023 - St AdvisorRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Company has strong ethics and compliance policy.
Edison culture resist changes , internal politics doesn’t allow ideas to get implemented easily. Not a place for youngster who wants quick result and good pay,
- Former Contractor, more than 3 years★★★★★
A Good Stepping Stone but a Huge LetdownMar 22, 2023 - Customer Billing Representative in Irwindale, CARecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Amazing, Intelligent, and Deeply Caring Coworkers that want everyone to succeed and be on the same playing field. There is an excellent work culture when it comes to sharing knowledge. Questions about how to do your job and how to do your job better were always welcomed. I hope every job I have in the future also shares the same dedication to learning and safety as Edison does. An excellent place to start or bolster a growing career and looks great on a resume.
A Huge Letdown after many broken promises - said they would hire permanently after a year of working - didn't offer permanent positions until 2.5 years of contracted work. No automatic raises unless you ask. If you are hired by contract, never expect to be hired permanently. You will be stuck as a contract worker until you decide to leave or your contract expires. They do not pay contracted workers sick leave, holidays, or PTO. No Healthcare benefits for the same work as Permanent workers Management does not understand what motivates employees to stay, nor do they seem to understand the employment needs of their billing department. Honestly, a ridiculous amount of overtime (20 hours required some months). Seems like they should just hire more permanent workers.Continue reading