- Nissei America, Inc.17.Dec 2015
Outdated company working structure, employees are spread out thin.
Support from management
Leadership is based strictly on seniority, not actual leadership traits.
Lots of guess work, employees are on a "need to know" basis as far as communicating project details.
Freedom to work independently
Tedious, menial work is passed onto new employees .
Communication can be touch and go,depending on work load . Very brief details on projects, expected to be an expert on foreign systems right off the bat.
There were no female field engineers in the company.
Attitude towards older colleagues
Senior workers were usually relegated to call center support,very little field work. Just counting days until retirement. Were usually not taken into consideration when introducing new concepts.
No advancement opportunities. You will stay in the same position as you were originally hired for until retirement.
Overall compensation for your work
Pay was below average based on salaries of other companies in the same industry. Per diem was low as well. Benefits were minimal.
Office / Work Environment
In office conditions can be tense, due to others constantly eavesdropping and going behind your back to set you up .
Extensive out of state travel,constantly away from home Monday through Friday, late hours when out in the field.
Overall poor morale. Employees are stressed, talk bad about each other, in bad health.
If you are willing to put up with an enormous amount of negativity, then there is job security.
No safety training is provided, must rely on common sense.
Biggest challenge is trying to figure out how troubleshoot a system with very little information. Asking questions was a challenge.
Inclusive / Diverse
NO diverse opinions or ideas are supported, unless made by supervisors.
Suggestions for improvement
- Needs to improve training and team work . Low morale.
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