"It's a great company to work with if you're looking to be in that particular field."
"SCE is a great company with great benefits, lots of good people work there: however, to work there and get ahead in your career then you have to be a cheerleader, yes man, part of a club, management think they are untouchable and that is because they are protected by their higher ups and the fake HR department. myself and couple of other employees were discriminated against, harassed, pushed down, and when went through proper channels got retaliated against. management brainwashed HR and HR believed them and swept things under the rag. very disgusting."
"There are thousands of high-paying management, tech, and engineering jobs involved in providing electric utility services in the Southern California region, but SCE is a public monopoly and works a lot like a government agency. Things are slow, outdated, and oftentimes really boring."
"I began employment by Southern California Edison in 2010 as a contract worker. During my time at SCE, my relationship with my supervisor and co-workers was very good as were the tools and resources to accomplish my tasks."
"I have worked for Southern California Edison for almost two years now. In my position, i am able to perform meaningful work which helps maintain the power grid infrastructure and help me grow my technical knowledge. My manager and coworkers are always willing to teach me new skills and help me build confidence in my work."
"I've worked at Southern California Edison for over 12 years and it has been a good company to work for. The pay and benefits are competitive and yet you find many nonmanagement personnel moves around the company frequently because it is hard to move up in certain departments. You have to wait for someone to retire before a management position opens up. It is a great starter company for someone fresh out of school."
"I interned at Socal Edison from May 2019 to December 2019. Throughout my internship, I learned a lot from the other engineers. I was able to have hands-on testing with the actual transformer. The experience was great overall."
"Great, no complaints. This company is very large."
"I have worked at Southern California Edison as a software test intern since May 2018. Throughout my time there, I have met wonderful coworkers and have worked under caring managers. The working environment was never seen as a place that was hard to work but rather a place that motivated me to work harder."
"I am currently employed with Southern California Edison since July 2017. SCE offers great benefits such as PPO/HMO medical insurance, free vision, purchase time-off, 11 holidays, 3 weeks vacation, 401K matching and more. Diversity and Inclusion is the definition of SCE where each and every employee matters no matter the position title or identity."
"One of the best work experiences I've ever had. The work life balance is great, the managers are all very friendly, and there are great benefits to be had. Although I was just an intern here, I worked full time hours and everyone treated me fairly like a full time employee as well. I would recommend it to anyone."
"A great company actively seeking to modernize their process. Filled with talented and endearing coworkers."
"I've worked for SCE for 2 years. They company atmosphere is great. It is a small company and the coworkers feel like a family. There are weekly team meetings to review projects and align priorities."
"AVOID this company like the plague, or in particular Power Procurement business unit and specifically Contracts. Senior Management in this group is arrogant and prefer only "yes" men. Significant turnover of all of our young new grad analysts who recognize this is a company with poor, incompetent leadership. If you do not heed my warning and do join power procurement recognize nepotism runs rampant and yes men get promoted. Senior management so badly messed up the Greenhouse Gas auction that they bought 10 times more credits tan needed and not a single Manager or the Director at the time were held accountable. At least you should know what you are getting into. Jobs that are ECT2 or ECT3 in Contracts should be avoided at all costs. You do not want to work for the senior leader of that group. If this is the best you can do I guess it beats Walmart! If you are a rote thinker, have no ambition, and don't mind spending 2/3f your day in useless boring meetings maybe its for you. Just be warned if you read this review as I have been there and wish I knew beforehand. Most of the top performers have exited unless they are to old to leave. Good luck!"
"I have worked Edison since 2003. They implement latest technology all time. They have 4000 IT employees in company."
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