Contractor (Former Employee), hopetoun w.a – July 8, 2014
Pros: free coffee and cake and a chin wag
Cons: when u get home, it goes on into the night and thats what people dont see, the effort u must put in to keep machinery going
typical day at work starts at 5am loading equipment onto my ute and trailer , going through arranged appointments from customers so i can plan the day ......you learn how to handle customers and steer them so they want to use you on their job everyday and tell people about how good your skills are.........you in charge of your own books etc , you cant – more... afford to go wrong....and your vital asset are your workers , keeping them happy so they give yo their best ,treat them as friends......hardest part of the job is the labour involed its a very physical job, constantly on the go cutting ,pruning, loading, unloading,talking to the customer to see if need anything else , keeping a smile on their face and letting them know that you have given them a good deal............the enjoyable part of the job is the positive feed back you get from people who tell u how happy everyone is with your services and that people talk about u well coz then they do the advertising for you.... – less
Management Accountant and HR Manager (Current Employee), ENG – July 2, 2014
Pros: hmmm, let me think
Cons: too many to list
Machiavellian. Three owner directors in fighting, refusing to accept responsibility but preferring a 'blame culture'. Hoping to 'grow' the business in preparation to sell in a few years, however, unprepared to pay staff, offer opportunities or accept advice, after all, they have been in business since 1996... not made a retainable profit, but they know – more... everything! – less
HR & Recruitment Services (Current Employee), Dubai, DU – June 21, 2014
Our supply of manpower for various fields like Construction, Retail, Information Technology, Hospitality, Manufacturing, Health Care, Banking, Tourism, Security etc., suiting as per client requirements. Our strength is our strong representations across international locations, we have our own international teams and strong data base to fulfill our client’s – more... requirements, work force from different nations especially from India, Nepal, Srilanka, Pakistan, Philippines and other countries. – less
Fuller Interior (Former Employee), Charlotte NC – June 2, 2014
I would paint, do plumbing, build sheds, clean up the places we would work on and things like that. I enjoyed my job because I worked with awesome people. I learned how to paint better and basic maintenance skills. I always love learning new skills and im a hands on person and fast learner.
plate welder (Former Employee), Warri – May 21, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: long hours
it was on tuesday 14 may i mistakenly use a wrong hand gloves in fixing my electrode my hand got burnt i learned that i should always be calm they talked to me to be more careful some laughed some encouraged me the distance to were we take our lunch waking up in the morning
Sr. Engineer (Current Employee), Goa, – May 7, 2014
Busy work schedule but healthy and funny environment. Handle various type of agency. Plan and Manage work front by given schedule. enjoyable part of work is to conducting safety week events and motivate workers by giving them annually prizes.
A&P Mechanic Helicopter (Former Employee), Boise, ID – May 4, 2014
Cons: to many to list
Long work hours. Low pay Lots of travel No set break Little home time No consideration for family life. Poor management Employees considerd expendible. Lack of resources to acomplish job. Employees deliberatly antagonized by managment leads to poor moral. Co workers are a bunch of backstabbing harpees.
A great experience of industrial work and development of skills needed in the working industry
Voluntary Work (Former Employee), Kingston upon Hull, ENG – March 20, 2014
Pros: friendly environment with valuable skills that will be of benefit to future job opportunites.
Cons: long hours
During my work experience in construction, my daily duties were focused mainly on; laboring, general lifting and carrying, keeping all areas clean and tidy, assisting with power tools, time management and also health and safety awareness. Within my short time of working in construction, I learned some valuable skills that will benefit in future work – more... opportunities. I mainly enjoyed being a part of a friendly team, were working in companionship to ensure all tasks were done to a sufficient standard. Although there was occasional long hours, I immersed myself into getting each task done will full effort. – less
Training experience (Former Employee), zahle – February 12, 2014
Attending meetings and competently communicate with Clients and Contractors Observation Projects: including building of 5th floor Observation of work done on time and within the budgets Comparison of technical knowledge of university and the experience on the field. Help in supervising the staff of the work.
Twin City Tile and Marble (Former Employee), MN – January 23, 2014
Pros: new tecknologies
Cons: dangerous field
Hard work everyday bet on that the construction trade is typical if you know what your doing and stay focus its a great job for a person with a family managment probably isnt all that great but the thing i like most it that construction is a growing business that is never going anywhere its always needed and ther is new technologie everyday to do something – more... new. – less
Carpenter Helper (Former Employee), Lyman, ME – January 20, 2014
Pros: lots of task and made good money
Cons: only temporary and seasonal jobs offered
My typical day at Hamilton Landscaping & Construction was get information from my supervisor and completed a list of tasks that needed to be done in a reasonable time. the managers were open to new ideas. I worked alone. The hardest part of my job was leveling large dirt piles. The part I enjoyed was the more tasks I got the more I got paid.