Nalcor Energy Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Nalcor Energy is a provincial energy corporation which is headquartered in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. A provincial Crown corporation under the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Nalcor Energy was created in 2007 to manage the province's energy resources. There are five lines of business which include Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro, the Churchill Falls Generating Station, The The Lower Churchill Project, Oil and Gas and The Bull Arm Fabrication Site.
An employee said this in an interview, "Decision making in Nalcor leaves a lot be desired. Stuck in old ways of thinking can cause frustration for innovative people. Opportunities to move around.Poor leadership and direction. Very political place to work. Managers lack experience and are not approachable. Communication is not good between various groups."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at Nalcor Energy full-time for more than 8 years Cons: no one running it , I asked the question "Who runs this ?" when I first went to work there in 2002 and was told that no one runs it, it just runs itself and that is pretty true even today ."
Former Employee - Coordinator says"I worked at Nalcor Energy full-time for more than a year Cons: Top-down management, employees are disempowered, lots of conflict, company does not uphold corporate values, racism"
Current Employee - District Representative III says"I have been working at Nalcor Energy full-time for more than 3 years Cons: If you have a good manager life will be grand, but if not your life will be 10 times harder"
Former Employee - Financial Analyst says"I worked at Nalcor Energy full-time Cons: Too much negativity about the Company, too much pressure/work load with little support, low employee morale"
Current Employee - Sales Manager says"I have been working at Nalcor Energy full-time for more than a year Cons: The smell. Everyone is just constantly farting around the office. Literally."
Former Employee - Engineer says"I worked at Nalcor Energy full-time for more than a year Cons: Lack of leadership at high level. Company works in silos with everyone doing their own thing. Too many middle managers and layers in the org chart. Processes are very convoluted and a lot time spent on wasteful activities. Systems are very dated, and implementing any change takes forever. Most have just accepted “that’s the way things are”, and morale is not great to promote high achievers or hard work. Overall it’s a crown Corp and runs a lot like a government! Recent years the company has a lot of bad public perception due to the Lower Churchill project. Due to being over staffed, opportunities to move up are limited and usually have to wait for someone to retire."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I have been working at Nalcor Energy full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Working for Nalcor Energy has the following Cons: 1. Government 2. Lack of structure 3. Lack of procedures 4. Lack of succession planning"
Commissioning (Current Employee) says"Poor leadership and direction. Very political place to work."
Project Manager (Former Employee) says"Decision making in Nalcor leaves a lot be desired. Stuck in old ways of thinking can cause frustration for innovative people. Opportunities to move around."
Labourer (Former Employee) says"At Nalcor Energy, our foundation is rooted in our base business – the generation and transmission of electrical power. We make a strong commitment to provide safe, reliable and dependable electricity to our utility, industrial, residential and retail customers."
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In The News
CBC.ca reports"2 men fired, contractor turfed as fallout from racist incident on Labrador flight continues"
CBC.ca reports"Nalcor assets take a beating from pandemic-fuelled oil collapse"
SaltWire Network reports"Osborne paints grim picture for Newfoundland and Labrador's fiscal future"
The Telegram reports"Missing copper wire causes Nalcor worker to be shocked near Churchill Falls"