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The Haskell Company Reviews | Glassdoor

Updated Sep 11, 2019

The Haskell Company51

3.6

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The Haskell Company CEO James OLeary

  • “Incredible Benefits, great people, focused on helping you succeed in your career” (in 6 reviews)

  • “Very good work-life balance for most people” (in 5 reviews)

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    “Manager”

    Current Employee – Anonymous Employee 

    Recommends

    Positive Outlook

    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at The Haskell Company full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    The Company and co-workers are great to work with.

    Cons

    There is nothing to report here

    The Haskell Company2019-01-15

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    “Great Company to Work”

    Current Employee – Senior Electrical Engineer in Jacksonville, FL

    Recommends

    Positive Outlook

    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at The Haskell Company full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    -Very professional and knowledgeable people.
    -Design and Build Company
    -Multiple markets
    -Career Opportunity

    Cons

    -Very traditional structure
    -Construction driven
    -Low diversity (improving)

    The Haskell Company2019-09-11

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    “Good company”

    Former Employee – Procurement Specialist 

    I worked at The Haskell Company full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Great people, good salary, fun

    Cons

    New company got rid of procurement

    The Haskell Company2019-04-02

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    “Not the best.”

    Doesn’t Recommend

    Negative Outlook

    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at The Haskell Company

    Pros

    You Learn to be tougher

    Cons

    Not always truthful about the companies motives.

    Advice to Management

    Actually use and attend the required HR training.

    The Haskell Company2019-04-20

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    “The Haskell Experience”

    Current Employee – Assistant Project Manager II 

    Positive Outlook

    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at The Haskell Company full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Great place to learn and develop.

    Cons

    Not for some who is laid back.

    The Haskell Company2019-02-20

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    “Benham needs work”

    Current Employee – Administrative Assistant in Tulsa, OK

    Doesn’t Recommend

    Negative Outlook

    Disapproves of CEO

    I have been working at The Haskell Company full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Location of the company gives good cost of living

    Cons

    No diversity – although they speak about diversity they do not exercise it

    Advice to Management

    Treat employes fair

    The Haskell Company2019-02-05

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    “Great benefits- management lacking”

    Former Employee – Anonymous Employee 

    Doesn’t Recommend

    Approves of CEO

    I worked at The Haskell Company full-time

    Pros

    Benefits are wonderful, 401k, ESOP, Reasonable medical, dental and vision

    Cons

    Management needs a lot of training on how to be more effective and how to stay out of rumors and drama. They also need to learn how to value employees who are dedicated and loyal to their position/company.

    The Haskell Company2018-11-25

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    “Growing Company Gathering Its Legs”

    Former Employee – Project Controls Engineer in Atlanta, GA

    Recommends

    Positive Outlook

    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at The Haskell Company full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    You will see projects from start to finish.
    Any free time you have can be spent on any side projects you imagine.
    New R&D group brings promise of more internal opportunities.
    Great working atmosphere; everyone is easy to get along with.
    How quickly you advance is up to your own initiative and eagerness to learn.
    Abundant travel opportunities, mostly national.
    Training within the automation team is well… segmented and everyone is very happy to teach new employees.
    You will not be given a project you cannot handle. Ample support is given if timeline or objective changes.
    Management is actively undergoing training to improve their performance and become better leaders.
    Controls Engineers are in very high demand and the skills you develop are extremely valuable.
    Pay is very respectable for the entry-level positions.
    When you’re in the office, the hours are flexible and accommodating to appointments/life schedule.
    You get 17 days of paid time-off at a minimum, which is excellent.
    Working from home is an option when necessary.
    Senior leadership is very approachable.

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    Cons

    Team is short-staffed at the time of this review.
    Travel can exceed 50% (more than 26 weeks of the year). Management is aware this is unsustainable and is working to resolve.
    Projects are 90% packaging food and beverage, so little project variety.
    Projects are often delayed and site time extended due to no fault of yours or even anyone in Haskell.
    Customers are often unprepared to take on responsibility for the… project just installed and lean on Haskell for extended periods.
    Performance reviews are infrequent (yearly).
    Retirement benefits (ESOP) are not competitive with a matching 401k.
    It takes at least 1.5 years before the company pays any amount into your retirement.

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    Advice to Management

    The 1-5 start ratings in this review consider that a great employee at Haskell typically receives around a 4/5 while average falls around 2-3/5. Each 3 star item in this review is actively being explored, and I know Haskell will continue to improve.

    Concerning the training management is going through, I feel it would be very beneficial for those trainers to speak with the engineers to get candid feedback on… areas that can be improved.

    Hire/Create a position for/Assign someone to provide feedback on the team morale or mentality. There’s sometimes an air of disconnection between what leadership sees and what is actually going on.

    Create a plan for start-up schedules such that no single engineer must spend more than 6, 7, or 8 weeks on site without a week long break to spend with their friends and family. Having most weekends at home is nice, but having a return flight less than two days away is not enough time to properly unwind. Extended periods on site inherently build resentment, especially when those weeks are themselves long.

    Move to a 401k as soon as possible or vastly change the ESOP program. With the workforce currently being young, retirement benefits make a huge difference for them in the future, much larger than for someone half-way through their career.

    Show MoreThe Haskell Company2018-09-20

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    “Inconsistent Culture”

    Current Employee – Anonymous Employee 

    Positive Outlook

    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at The Haskell Company full-time

    Pros

    The culture in the corporate office is great. Very open and focused on teams. There is some tendency for people to be in the ‘in’ crowd.

    Cons

    Haskell has a habit of pushing younger employees, if they are in the ‘in’ crowd, to certain levels whether they are ready for it or not. This results in some leadership issues with lack of experience and some arrogance.

    The Haskell Company2018-06-13

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    “Insecurity”

    Former Employee – Anonymous Employee 

    Doesn’t Recommend

    Neutral Outlook

    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at The Haskell Company full-time

    Pros

    The company promotes good core values and expects its employees to live up to those values.

    Cons

    Layoffs of 2-3 people seemed relatively common and without warning this lead to a feeling of insecurity.

    The Haskell Company2018-01-04

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