Territory Sales Manager - Hwy 427 to Windsor (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON to Windsor – November 2, 2015
Good team environment all the sales people had a common goal in mind and that's what's best for the branch and what's best for the company. Like any other company they had their ways of doing business your typical paper work and procedures that had to be followed. The after sales support was outstanding that individual had a very good understanding of the sales/operation role and the value it brought to the company.
Construction Worker (Former Employee) – Jansen saskatchewan – September 15, 2015
Not one of the best places I have ever worked at, management was terrible. Discrimination was the order of the day . Independent of thought was a no no. You were to be seen not heard . sycophancy was the order of the day. I wouldn't work there again
Operations Manager/team Lead (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – July 21, 2015
-most enjoyable part of my job is dealing with people on a day to day basis. -Helping see a project to completion -overseeing several employees -Mentoring,coaching and training team members drafting action plans and seeing the impact -devoloping new analytics tools.
CARPENTER (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – May 17, 2015
ATCO, been my place of work for quite some time. Great place for people looking for structure and regularity. If someone wants pension, benefits, good pay, and a job that you're finished at 3:30 daily, it may be the place. Being a union job it has its quirks, but if you can put on blinders and ignore what the less driven people are doing than you'll be fine. There is room for advancement, you just have to be motivated and know your stuff or know how to keep things in order. Management is the main issue for the trades in the manufacturing end of things, they need a clean slate there. When oil is down, there's no work but I have no regrets being there for the time I was.
Easy hours, indoors, safety oriented, show up and work
Group Operations Controller (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – April 22, 2015
Somebody once referred to the people in this organization as boiled frogs, slowly cooked until they have no idea what is going on. I have experienced this and agree complete. Senior management allows it to happen.
Good group to work with both in office and the field
Materials Coordinator (Former Employee) – Peace River, AB – January 26, 2015
When I was in the field, we would start with our work scope and fill out our daily FLHA'S and carry on with our tasks. Varied from drywall, welding dec-tec, installing exterior belly band, fascia, trim. Craning in trailers. Building walkways. Doing final walk throughs and deficiency lists. Great team atmosphere. Had fun doing my job. Hardest was when it was below -40
When I was in the office, I worked on material take-offs and tracked down items we required. Did town runs for certain materials Maintained any paper work that was relevant to my position Had daily meetings Worked closely alongside the purchaser
Administrative Duties (Former Employee) – Edmonton – November 25, 2014
Although i loved the staff the job itself was very tedeious and slow. Short days seemed long. There was little room for growth in my contracted position and due to lack of business my position was laid off. I would suggest this company for a seperate location as to the one i worked at.
1st year Carpenter (Former Employee) – BHP Billiton Jansen Project – September 17, 2014
I was laid off when I hurt myself at work and went to the Dr and was put on Light Duty about one week later I got a letter stating that I don't meet there standard only after working 8 days with this company.Very disappointed in how it was handled. For a company this size to just kick you down the road because you get hurt. Who cares. You should