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Cummins Western Canada Employee Reviews

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great place to work
SERVICE WRITER (Current Employee), Calgary, ABOctober 13, 2014
Pros: good benifit and pesion and great working hours
Cons: too far from home
Cummins is a Great company and it's a big company. everybody is really friendly
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Service Advisor (Former Employee), EdmontonJune 16, 2014
Pros: there are none
Cons: there are many
Western Cummins Canada, there's been so many turn overs of employees name tags should be required.
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Heavy Duty Engine Technician (Current Employee), Fort McMurray, ABMay 16, 2014
Pros: good pay.
Cons: management sucks
Big crew of field techs, management could use help.. Learned on my own, onboarding was just not there at all. Small shop that grew really bigger in a year. Still has issues, but still good place to work.
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Forced to chase irrelevant metrics instead of being productive.
Field Service Supervisor - Power Generation (Former Employee), Surrey, BCApril 11, 2013
Pros: got to leave early to read with my son's class weekly
Cons: poor leadership, average wages but 24/7 availability expectation.
The people I worked with were, for the most part, pretty good. Like any workplace there was the usual politics & backstabbing but overall not too bad. Our so called manager never did anything to promote team spirit and actively sought to drive wedges between departments. His lack of leadership & even competence was on display every day.
Every month – more... we were forced to audit some failed metric from the previous month with little or no explanation as to it's relevance. Any criticism or questioning of the metric is met with indignation;
"How dare you question the Great Oz!" was the perception. I got the impression that nobody really knew what the answers were but didn't want to admit it.

All in all, a pretty disappointing experience after great hype. – less