productive and learning new things. good team spirit
Electrical aircraft assembley (Former Employee) – Downsview, ON – 29 October 2013
the day always began with a crew meeting, to talk about any problem with the jobs. every day was a learning experience. always had a good relationship with management. the most enjoyable part of my job was learning new things
been able to work on jobs that you were best at doing
not enough paper work to support the job that you are working on or paper work not supplied
I felt that the upper management at Bombardier was not accountable enough for decisions and the direction that they brought their respective departments There were a lot of under qualified people that were wrongfully promoted and it hurt the business. However, I will say that Bombardier was a good place to learn, especially for engineers at the beginning of their careers.
Very good product, Good place to learn, Good Benefits
Electrical Test Technician (Current Employee) – Thunder Bay, ON – 28 June 2017
While this job does pay well and the people I work with are great, the company seems to be all over the place. Communication is lacking between each individual area and everything seems to be rushed giving poor quality products. If you have no education in either electrical, welding or painting good luck with job security. People are always getting laid off left to right. The class 6 jobs that require education aren't as bad but there are still lay offs there too.
Good pay, Steady hours, Lots of overtime
Working in a chaotic environment and never feeling proud of the finished product, Politics present, Accountability out the window
Clerk (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 June 2017
Sign in and have a quick overview from shift before starting. Distributing supplies and products to assigned workers. The management team was great. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning more about the process and seeing how the airplanes were built.
Electrical Technician (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 June 2017
Working at willowbrook yard for Bombardier Transportation as an Electrical Technician. Senios don't help. They want newcomers to do work for them and take credits away. Totally racist environment that if white guys don't work then it's okay .if brown guys don't then it's problem.
Electrical Tester (Former Employee) – Ontario – 19 June 2017
The work was great, when there was work to do. Poor organization and supply issues prevented a smooth production line. It was not a pleasant work atmosphere due to tension between management and staff. Co-workers were great.