one of the best places to work with and the best team members i have come across. It is more productive to work at a place like this and the projects are lead by the best managers and team lead who are very supportive and very helpful.
Project Lead (Former Employee) – Victoria, TX – 21 March 2016
Excellent environment to begin your career, experts everywhere. Opportunities given to passionate employees and rewarded for every piece of positive attitude. Feeling proud I was in history of Caterpillar's Growth.
Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Athens, ON – 8 March 2016
Caterpillar is a great company to work for. But it has been said losing employees is a manager condition, not the company itself. Reasonable pay for reasonable work. Good leadership with those in charge, but favoritism is a big issue here. This is on the managers not the company itself.
Good atmosphere. Has a cafeteria with an outside contracted group who cook breakfast and lunch.
Time limitations on applying for other jobs. Employee favoritism.
a typical day at work was good, it started out with a team meeting in the morning and then we went to our respective areas to work. i learned that teamwork and safety is an invaluable asset to any job, regardless of where it might be. In my own personal opinion Management left quite a bit to be desired, they changed policies frequently and without notice (that seemed like every 2 weeks), there were times that it felt like there was no room for advancement opportunities; it honestly felt like supervisors as well as management didn't really pay any attention to how well employees did their jobs or how well/hard they worked. The hardest part of the job itself was making sure every part got to their assigned areas in the right amount of time. The most enjoyable part of the job, was my team; i loved working with them, we had excellent camaraderie, we all helped each other no matter what the task was.
benefits are amazing, awesome schedule, potentially good teams
management, pay could be better, frequent policy changes
Early Childhood Educator (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 17 December 2015
not worth working for someone racist and rude. staff is mean is all means whether its giving you hours or just throwing you to do an activity out of the blues, and cancelling your shift an hour before you are supposed to come in to work
Great place to learn the industry standards as well as the definition of brand loyalty. Hardest part is accepting you are only a small piece of the pie and many times your efforts go without being noticed. You are just a number
Senior Product Support Engineer (Former Employee) – UAE – 21 November 2014
i love to work with this co. my daily is active i learned a lot a bout the heavy equipments, communications, personal skills, management skills. the work is enjoyable, and stable. the hardest part of the job is recording system. and the most enjoyable parts that every thing related to the job or any clarification required, you can get it through cat systems,
SAP BOBJ Developer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 June 2014
• Develop business object reports from Bex Query as a source system. • Diagnose, investigate. Analyze and resolve issues regarding application and end user support. • Transferring data from legacy system to R/3 and extract it to BW side. • Implementing several SAP modules in TBM division. • Performance turning on ETL and reporting side. Creating dashboard reports using Xcelsius. • Used several elicitation techniques to gather business requirements. • Involved in User Acceptance Testing (UAT) on the development. • Involved in end user training and documentation. • Attend meetings with senior data architects and provide input for data model and analysis design. • Excellent understanding of several SAP ERP, data warehousing and reporting modules such as BI, BOBJ, MM, PP, SD, CRM,SCM, Crystal reports, Xcelsius
build, maintain,and repair TBM, and plant electrical equipments
Assembly Electrician (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 December 2013
make and maintain all electrical equipments on the TBM, include pulling cables, make panels(control panels and MCC), wiring, testing, and verificate instrucments; maintain plant electrical equipments, include welding machines, lights, switch gear, breakers,cranes, and receptacles etc.
Diverse and Inclusive environment, fun place to work at with table tennis at break times
Office Administrator (Former Employee) – Greater Sudbury, ON – 8 November 2013
Strong Safety awareness for all employees, team oriented and always trying to keep staff motivated and content to be at work by great incentives, continuous learning for all employees, great benefits and vacation time off. You felt like you were working with your family, everyone was very nice to work with. The hard part of the job is hoping we had a job due to the mining economy in the past years