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Southern California Edison employees rate their boss Anjan Ghosh on eBossWatch

View reviews and ratings of Anjan Ghosh from Southern California Edison on eBossWatch, the leading job search resource that lets you rate your boss and evaluate job opportunities.

See how Southern California Edison employees rate their boss Anjan Ghosh on eBossWatch.

Southern California Edison employees rate their boss Anjan Ghosh on eBossWatch
1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (97% score)

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One Response to “Southern California Edison employees rate their boss Anjan Ghosh on eBossWatch”

  1. Current Employee says:

    Take this as warning to always report any managers with obvious anger issues. Even though this manager has had a history of telling employees their work was sh*t and berating employees out in the open, his boss didn’t fully check this manager’s past history and was so dazzled by his degrees and certificates. To our horror, he was hired on as manager. It didn’t take him too long for his anger issues to show up as he would angrily tell people their work was crap and automatically assume you were at fault when someone bad happened.

    He also would lie to assert his authority. For example, he said he received a call about some matter that ALREADY GOTTEN TAKEN CARE OF. However, when I said I’ll follow up again when I got back from lunch, he said angrily, no, this was an urgent matter, take care of it NOW. Already pissed off, I called the person who said the matter was already taken care of and wasn’t even urgent.

    In hindsight, I should’ve reported the many similar sort of incidents. But with a company as big at SCE, who do you call? We don’t even know who in HR to call. And this manager’s boss was never even in our office and was a complete stranger to us. She knew of his behavior, but never did anything to address it. When a new manager started, we told him. But he didn’t do anything (he was mostly in to advancing his career).

    This particular manager is also ineffective when it comes to actual management. He never follows up on matters and never gets around to them. Don’t even think that when you send him an email, it’ll ever get replied to.

    Now that executive management brought in a workplace consultant, this manager is under close scrutiny.

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