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- Current Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Good benefit and work life balance
Pay increase is only inflation
- Former Employee, more than 8 years★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Beautiful place to work at times. Some managers are great. If you are motivated there are opportunities for education and on the job training.
Severe weather at times, ever changing politics. Pay is below LA county standards for those that commute from the south. Cronyism and nepotism. Poor performing employees are allowed to perform poorly while high performs are not adequately compensated or acknowledged.Continue reading
- Former Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
- Good pay - Good benefits - Beautiful place - Lots of challenges
- You are just a number - No stability - Bad business practices Unfortunately, Tejon has a little bit of a history of laying people off due to losing money via bad business practices (not a failing economy or loss of customers). They, unfortunately, end up creating money-sinks instead of things that profit them. This isn't always laying off people 'low on the totem pole', and when the time comes anyone is fair game to get cut. There is no 'probationary' period and they use 'at-will employment' to cover most issues.Continue reading
- Former Contractor★★★★★RecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
They offer you a contract position that is temp to hire and upon going permanent, they offer a number of perks such as more days off at holidays, an on-site gym and a gas allowance if you live in the city and drive up the mountain every day to go to work.
The culture is frigid, employees take a long time to warm up to you and management only sees employees as a number, not a human being. They only care about numbers and seek to eliminate any positions possible to save money. They do not care about their employees at all, only the bottom line.