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I worked at ECC full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
The health insurance is fully paid for and is really top notch. Non management types were good to work with. There was good flexibility to take care of family matters if necessary.Cons
Being a man, I'm not usually in tune with gender bias issues. But there is no effort on the part of ECC to promote or hire women into management. Several of the managers at ECC are ex military brass and their general contempt and disregard for women in management is obvious.
The organization at ECC is top heavy with vice presidents and program manager that don't do anything to justify their jobs. In fact, poor performance (such as losing millions upon millions of dollars on poorly run projects) on the part of managers is not punished by these individuals losing their jobs.
There is a definite old boys club feel at ECC, with an insular core group that has no idea of what kind of problems are going on in their organization. If you bring up issues or point out problems, you are generally not long for the job.
There is little to know communication or coordination between the different offices to find the right staff or numbers of staff to plan and execute projects.
There is almost no emphasis on quality assurance in either their vertical construction or environmental projects.Advice to ManagementAdvice
stop protecting your inner circle, get out to your offices and see what the heck is going wrong with the company.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO