Overall Reviews at Duke Energy
Senior Administrative Assistant | Charlotte, NC | Dec 4, 2019
Enjoyed my time with the company.
I enjoyed my time with the company. With the changes and relocation it was time for me to move on and explore my opportunities and enjoy time at home.
Assistant General Manager | Mount Gilead, NC | Apr 2, 2020
Promotes diversity and community involvement.
Promotes diversity. Very supportive of community involvement with opportunities to volunteer services with various organizations such as habitat, food pantries, blood drives, etc.
ProsWide exposure in the community.
ConsNot all events are in home county.
Digital Strategy and Virtual Reality Development Optimist Hall | Charlotte, NC | Jan 16, 2020
♣ Successfully implemented a risk assessment and data collection strategy
for the Natural Gas, Renewables & Nuclear divisions of Duke Energy to ensure unique value proposition and increased ROI for all Virtual Reality products of the XR Lab.
Project Manager | Raleigh, NC | Mar 17, 2020
Challenging, rewarding careers for dedicated and skilled employees. Highly professional and strong commitment to employees. Strong management team and excellent teammates.
ProsStrong commitment to employee development and growth
ConsRequires strong commitment and flexibility to respond to emergent storms and operational challenges
Customer Support Representative | Lake Mary, FL | Feb 9, 2020
Demanding and psychologically draining
This job is relatively soul crushing, dealing with angry customers who complain about everything, and hold you personally responsible for the company's faults. When it gets busy, management expects you to hold on and grind through the day, and is slow in providing employee resources necessary to alleviate stress. If you want to attempt call center life, make sure you're strong of mind don't let people get to you easily.
Line Technician | Greenville, SC | Nov 14, 2019
Productive with the ability to grow
Duke Energy was a great company to work for.. I enjoyed waking up every day to go to work because the job scope was different every day. There wasnt no hard part of the job.
Senior Manager | Seneca, SC | Mar 7, 2019
Business is going on the tank
CEO is driving the company in the ditch. Only focused on profits. Huge layoffs in Nuckesr putting the plants at risk. All the older employees being driven out because their benefits cost more.
ProsIt’s s job. High pay for the area.
ConsNo life outside of a duke. No job security.
Operations Analyst | Raleigh, NC | Nov 18, 2018
Productive and fun wirking environment
I learned to be more independent
Professional work environment
The hardest part was integrating to a new environment, with minimal interaction with teammates
Project Coordinator | Charlotte, NC | Dec 16, 2019
Pleasant place to work
I am here as a contractor and I am truky sad to leave. Duke has a great work environment. They are very flexible and they do not micro manage which is one of the best perks. I highly recommend Duke Energy as a work place.
Lead Maintenance | Huntersville, NC | Nov 30, 2019
demanding but fullfillment
Demanding mentally and physically
30 % travel
40 hour week normal - 75 hour hour week if on refueling outages during Spring and Fall at several nuclear plants