Once a year, the entire engineering consulting firm gathers for a staff meeting so internal groups can present strategies to improve ENGEO’s business operations. Everyone “has the same voice” at this meeting, attended by the company president and CEO, says social engineer Pedro Espinosa. That attitude is what Espinosa enjoys about the technical consulting service. “The more you put into the work and more you put into the culture the more you get out of it, regardless who you are,” he says. Read the Great Place to Work review.
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