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3 English reviews out of 3

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February 19, 2020

Pros

Flexible schedule, lower management in my department is excellent

Cons

Lower than average pay, awful medical insurance, no annual reviews/raises, maternity leave is completely unpaid, PTO never increases no matter how many years you are with the company.

Advice to Management

Please offer raises and paid maternity leave. The "free lunch" is terrible food and I would rather keep the twelve dollars that it takes from my paycheck and maybe make a little more per hour instead.

Lower than average pay, awful medical insurance, no annual reviews/raises, maternity leave is completely unpaid, PTO never increases no matter how many years you are with the company.

February 19, 2020

Reviewed by: Anonymous in United States (Current Employee)

June 18, 2018

Pros

Good Pay, good healthcare, 401k, Company parties, Training on Solar, Lots of OT, Take home truck, Easy Management, Gas Card, Reimbursement if you spend personal money,Cell phone, Clothes/Prizes/Spiffs, Company trips, gift cards, Per Diem/Travel. Always provided with everything you need to get a job done. Smoothest work systems make life easier. I'd definitely work here again without a doubt; company really cares about employees. Company always has incentives for installers/techs.

Cons

Lots of change to service department, Last minute accounts/homeowners to be handled, Squirrels, Angry Homeowners. iSova

Advice to Management

Always take advice from the people who aren't working at Utah. I.E. Take advice from Installers/Techs to make work environment better. The people in Utah don't know everything.

Good Pay, good healthcare, 401k, Company parties, Training on Solar, Lots of OT, Take home truck, Easy Management, Gas Card, Reimbursement if you spend personal money,Cell phone, Clothes/Prizes/Spiffs, Company trips, gift cards, Per Diem/Travel.

June 18, 2018

Reviewed by: Electrical Service Tech in Mount Laurel, NJ (Former Employee)

June 10, 2019

Pros

Free lunch Extremely liberal dress code--whatever you want to wear you can, including what most consider too sexy or short or unprofessional.

Cons

1. Horrible healthcare benefits, esp for the size of company/# of employees 2. Very crowded workplace, breaking fire code of 28 inches spaces in an aisle 3. Very few senior leaders are female or divers 4. EXTREMELY noisy work area--if you need quiet or cole to quiet, don't work here!

Advice to Management

Begin minimum dress requirements Hire females and more diverse employees Double your office space to accommodate all the growth

1. Horrible healthcare benefits, esp for the size of company/# of employees

June 10, 2019

Reviewed by: Anonymous in Lehi, UT (Current Employee)

3 English reviews out of 3