MGE Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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MGE Energy: MGE Energy, Inc. (Nasdaq: MGEE) is a utility holding company based in Madison, Wisconsin. Its main subsidiary, Madison Gas and Electric Co. produces and distributes electricity and distributes natural gas.

MGE works with outdated technology and working environment is stodgy, claims a current employee at glassdoor.com

"This is a very old company that does things the way they've always been done. MGE is not on the cutting edge of technology and has no plans of moving in that direction. While most of the employees are pleasant, it's a very stodgy atmosphere."

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Anonymous (Current Employee) says

"To be to the point they claim to use an L Ron Hubbard “style” of management. A lot of places in Clearwater will do this. It’s basically a Scientology front. That’s all you really need to know to do your own research and find this isn’t a good idea for a job."

Diseñadora Gráfica (Former Employee) says

"No vale la pena trabajar ahí. El jefe ovaciona muchos problemas y es muy exigente"

Conducteur routier (Current Employee) says

"Bien insisté sur le contrat pour ne pas avoir de problème à l’avenir"

routier (Former Employee) says

"entreprise correct, aucunement pousser par le temps pour faire les livraisons chez les client,"

Lider de Caldeiraria (Former Employee) says

"Sempre trabalhando sob pressão todos os dias Cons: Falta de planejamento"

Western Regional Manager (Former Employee) says

"Rating would have been higher if APC had not been the one to run the company once the Merger was completed. I feel they don't really care about their employees or give them the power to manage."

Current Employee - Project Leader says

"I have been working at MGE Energy full-time for more than a year Cons: The IT management team is one of the most incompetent I've ever encountered. No vision. Unable to deliver on projects. Most of the directors are ex-mainframe cobol programmers that have no understanding of current technology."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at MGE Energy full-time Cons: Very difficult to move up within company for new people as well as females."

Former Employee - Customer Service Representative says

"I worked at MGE Energy full-time Cons: Communication problem for departments and training was not equal"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at MGE Energy full-time for less than a year Cons: Never understood why they were so heavy on the Management. Some Managers oversee a handful of people, and often don't seem to understand the jobs of the people they are managing. Oldschool company that hasn't kept up with current technologies."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at MGE Energy full-time Cons: regulated industry makes it difficult to think outside the box. Upper management like to keep same processes that have existed til the end of time. Tools within the company are very antiquated. No employee resource groups so departments are very silo"

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"I worked at MGE Energy Cons: Using outdated technology everywhere. Sort of a time warp. Software from 1983 being used everyday, and I'm not kidding. To get anything updated or changed is nearly impossible. Their attitude is "if it worked 25 years ago, it should be fine.""

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at MGE Energy full-time for more than a year Cons: This is a very old company that does things the way they've always been done. MGE is not on the cutting edge of technology and has no plans of moving in that direction. While most of the employees are pleasant, its a very stodgy atmosphere."

Current Intern - Energy Planning says

"I have been working at MGE Energy for more than a year Cons: Regulated enterprise. Most of the workers are significantly older"

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