Operator (Current Employee) – Linden – 10 September 2017
Management has no concept of equal pay. Treat employees like they are disposable. Revolving door. Health care is expensive and don't care about family life. Would rather back one bad manager and lose all the good workers. Get a job with naes only till you can find a better one.
General Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – 13 July 2017
Great company. Good benefits, amazing people to work with and a good safe feel with the conpany. Wouldn't mind more opportunities with the company. Looking forward to proving my self to progress my self to more in the company.
Hired Hand (Current Employee) – You know where guys – 19 June 2017
Combining 2 plants into one was not a wise idea. Management was changing every year and a half or so. Nobody was really trained on what they were supposed to do. It is a contractor company and does what owner says. With Overtime a guy could pull in 120K per year. The pay is 40 to 46 per hour
Pay, Work with a couple good people
Work with some lazy people, 12hr shifts, No notice to work OT Forced, 15 times my shift sched was changed, No training, Nobody really knows whats going on
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Coalinga, CA – 6 June 2017
NAES by far is one of the greatest company's I've ever worked for. They make sure there employees are happy and knowledgeable providing week long admin training once a year at the home office in Issaquah, Washington . Management is the best down to earth and available to help when needed.
Operator (Current Employee) – Linden, NJ – 28 December 2016
Naes does not care at all about their employees or their families only about their client!! Hr department is a joke! Naes is taking away all of our earned sick time in 2017 and giving us no sick time!!! Naes is the worst company I have ever worked for and I am looking for a new job because I cant take it anymore! Thanks for nothing naes!!
Operator (Former Employee) – Whitewater, WI – 21 September 2016
Worked at the plant for several years. Was a great place to work until NAES took over. Back stabbing reorgs, not caring about people. Work life balance? They have not heard that term. Moving people left and right, promoting people that cause many others to leave....... Just a mess. They are ok with losing talented people any day of the week.
Operator (Former Employee) – Benson, MN – 23 August 2016
I would not recommend this place to my worst enemy. The operations manager is a drunk mess . The management in this place except one or two are s***. The rest of Naes plants may be different I don't mean to disrespect the Naes company or name but this particular facility is nothing more than a s***hole. The only benefit to working here is operating time (license) and overtime unless you like working on a sinking ship.
Plenty of overtime because of very high turnover rate with employees, flexible schedule for the most part, not the best but decent pay
Expensive health insurance, lots of inexperienced operators, backstabbing throw you under the bus first chance they get coworkers and management, lots of boiler downtime because they run everything into the ground, and the list goes on
Every changing upper management with no relative experience in the particular area they are trying to manage. Extremely Risk adverse when it comes to projects. Union Labor management is horrible, NAES let's the craft unions Steam Roll them again and again. Q: how can a company continue to make the same old mistakes time after time and stay in business?
No Free lunches at NAES unless your one of the "good old boys".
Not Operator (Former Employee) – Dover, DE – 7 March 2015
Management and others at this location are awful. Only good thing in my position was the hours. For a small location everyone should get along but it is more like being stabbed every day. I would rather of had my eyes pulled out with a spoon that deal with the idiots every day.
Hours were good
Management and others were awful at Dover location.
Productive and enjoyable workplace in the Construction field
Time Keeper (Former Employee) – Houston, Tx – 11 November 2014
A typical day at work for me is being busy, entering hours, verifying hours,doing tasks my Supervisors,GF's and FM's needed done, corresponding with venders. Learned how to use the Companies programs, learned how to deal with employees that need help if paychecks were short. My management was great a ng got along with them. All my co-workers were great got along with all of them and really enjoyed working with them. The hardest part was making sure my foreman had their sign in sheets turned in on time so I could do my force report, it seems like they never wanted to do that. The most enjoyable part was everything I love working construction, the challenges and working with the Supervision, GF's, FM and all of the employees
Associate (Former Employee) – United states – 2 November 2014
Typically has been a revolving door for over a dozen have come and left, current management has no regard for family ! Do I need to say more. NAES is taking over from wood group on 01/01/2015 and hopefully they will bring there own managers in if not don't say he told me so !!
NAES Taking over
Current Management does not give a F**k about you or your family