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19 days ago

Customer Service Rep - Full Time - Entry Level

SCE Pittsburgh, PA

Our sales and marketing firm is the leader in the industry and delivering results and quality customer service experiences for our clients. Our… CareerBuilder

28 days ago

Training Program Manager (MPC3)

Southern California Edison Rosemead, CA

include:Leads team in large or complex development or implementation projects, providing oversight and functional direction to instructional… Glassdoor

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Southern California Edison President Ronald L. (Ron) Litzinger
Ronald L. (Ron) Litzinger
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    Great company being destroyed by clueless Sr management.

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    Current Employee - Applications Support  in  Rosemead, CA (US)
    Current Employee - Applications Support in Rosemead, CA (US)

    I have been working at Southern California Edison as a contractor for more than 5 years


    Great company to work for. I have been working here since last 6 years...moved from east coast to take up this job. Good benefits, Great training fact I never saw any company spending so much to train their employees, Awesome friends and great people I met over last 5 years.


    No accountability what so ever. For example take the training...Managers sign up their work force for training in latest and greatest programs but will fail to check if those guys are actually contributing in those areas. So now you have guys queuing up for training to get free laptops and ipads from the training company.

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    I will save my breath. Please QUIT.

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