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- "Nice people" (in 3 reviews)
- 5.0Oct 1, 2021Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Great people who really care about their customers and employees. I’m happy to work here and learn from so many subject matter experts.
Can’t think of any - this is great!
- 5.0May 30, 2015Communications SpecialistFormer EmployeeFergus Falls, MN
-Good benefits -Good environment -Lots of room to grow -Nice people
-No downside to working for Otter Tail Power Company1
- 4.0Oct 22, 2023Community Land Rights SpecialistCurrent Intern, less than 1 yearFergus Falls, MN
Great people that are easy to get to know and great benefits
Hard to get resources to ask sometimes
- 4.0Nov 24, 2022Programme AnalystFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsFergus Falls, MN
Work life balance Strong culture Great people
Low pay Limited exposure to large scale operations
- 3.0Nov 30, 2023Programmer/AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsFergus Falls, MN
Flexibility, Nice people, interesting problems, livable wages
ancient technology, mediocre compensation, cost cutting, not replacing employees who retire or quit, lack of senior mentorship
- 2.0Jul 5, 2023Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearFergus Falls, MN
Lunch provided (for a cost) in the lunch room Free coffee
No training Bonuses are not based on performance. Those that do little work, get the same as those that do the work.
- 1.0Mar 23, 2022Journeyman Power LinemanFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsFergus Falls, MN
Pretty decent pay and the ability to cross train
I worked there for many years, it started out as a dream job and then as time went by the corporation got extremely greedy as year after year they did not backfill retirements. Instead, they continuously heap more work on the existing labor force to the point where most people are completely overwhelmed and miserable. Meanwhile, they compensate the executive team with ridiculous exorbitant amounts of money and stock options, all funded by squeezing their workers and customers like a giant python.1