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13 days ago

Analyst I/Operations

Southwest Gas Corporation Las Vegas, NV

• Call Center Support • Quality Monitoring • Work Force Management • Customer Interactive Center • Dispatch • Three Year Budget Plan… Glassdoor


13 days ago

Supervisor/Customer Service

Southwest Gas Corporation Phoenix, AZ

• Supervise, coordinate and monitor daily work activities of field service personnel providing 24/7 routine and emergency response • Conduct… Glassdoor


13 days ago

Administrator/Occupational Health & Safety

Southwest Gas Las Vegas, NV

The Administrator/Occupational Health & Safety is a high-level individual contributor who provides strategic and visionary leadership, as well as… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Technical Instructor/GOSS

Southwest Gas Carson City, NV

The Technical Instructor/Gas Operations Support Staff develops and conducts training programs for Construction, Customer Service, Meter Reading… Glassdoor


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Jeffrey W. Shaw
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    Without pension, you'd lose good folks

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    Current Employee - Exempt in Phoenix, AZ (US)
    Current Employee - Exempt in Phoenix, AZ (US)

    I have been working at Southwest Gas full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    Pension, salary, decent time-off benefits Tuition reimbursement is good for an undergrad but doesn't put a dent in a masters degree. Pension! Co-workers genuinely care about one another on a personal level. Pension! Variety of easily accessible and well maintained offices. Did I mention the pension?

    Cons

    Health care is not impressive but who's is these days? Trimmed fat back so far they've cut into the muscle. Without the pension, many would have jumped ship by now. Not because they're not loyal, because they can't sustain.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be reasonable. Numerous employees have left to work for other utilities. Do you still think it's on a case-by-case basis due to personal circumstances? This is a great company with great people and you're losing your best asset, loyalty. The increase in the stock price should be directly correlated to the morale of your employees .... It's not. Those that stay are exhausted. They pray their counterparts don't get sick or have an emergency because there's not a moment to exhale let alone cover for someone else. How exactly are you maintaining a highly trained, efficient, and motivated workforce? With the exception of emergency response, I don't know what valuable training is being offered. And PLEASE it's embarrassing the lack of technological advances we have. How can you talk sensible cost control when so much is wasted on inefficiencies? My kids's iPod is more advanced than any system were currently using. If our highest cost is salaries, wouldn't you want us using our time as efficiently as possible? Technology does that folks. Customers are frustrated dealing with us .... Just ask them. When's the last time someone mentioned customer satisfaction?

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