Engaging workplace with easily transferrable skills
General Laborer (Former Employee) – 1 Yukon Lane, Toronto, ON M3K0A1 – 7 May 2014
I worked for ATCO from 8am to 4pm from Monday to Friday during the summer, and it was a good experience to gather up skills for future employments. The management was good as I always had something to do whether it would be to do landscaping outside (mowing lawns) or clean up inside the armory.
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Good for returning qualified vets
Field Services (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 5 December 2017
ATCO Structures disappeared along with some fine and not so fine management figures when swallowed up by the militaristic run Frontec (& logistics). Some will actually refer to you as a "good soldier" or not. Great training, volunteer initiatives and some super people. Typical self preservation exists at upper levels and one tyrant who's sacrifices at the front line are always deemed necessary.
Good place to start if you are a veteran and skilled or qualified.
Steady work for most. Proven model for success. Military work. International.
Whole sub-depts change out every two years. Some shockingly poor leadership