Contract Coordinator (Former Employee) – Integrity Digs - AB, SK, MB, ON and PQ – 12 December 2017
The overall structure of the company is lacking in the upper management area. The field management teams are experienced and do what it takes to get the job done, which can be a challenge to my profession.
Field Sr. Site Administrator (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 28 November 2017
Enbridge is a great company to work for. Safety culture and practices was the #1 focus. The company provided the opportunity for anyone to advance their knowledge by providing online courses and training.
A political minefield during slower economy, lots of micro managers
Test Lead/Tester (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 5 November 2017
I was brought in on an interesting project and had the opportunity to work with lots of excellent people, however, this seemed to be a culture where there were a higher than average number of opportunists who felt the demeaning colleagues in front of leadership or peers was the best way to advance. This lead to micro management, poor work life balance and somewhat cut throat business practices within projects. Quite unfortunate as the offices were nice and opportunities were exciting and there was a lot of talent in their work teams, but many, many very stressed out people.
nice office space and opportunities, great customers
Project Integration Analyst (Former Employee) – Sherwood Park, AB – 26 October 2017
Team Building were great, to get to work and interact with others . In the Office the folks were very helpful and great to work with. We interacted with the field operations and the producers which made the company grow.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 September 2017
The company has been in transition for some time lately. Particularly the common shared services. These have been a challenge in keeping people motivated with large changes in the last 4 years, continual outsourcing and layoff.
Work life balance
Continuous change with reduction in level of service internally
Backup Administrator (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 14 September 2017
With the ongoing changes in the work environment there is no longer any job security for certain departments. Prior to the changes for globalization it was an exemplary place to work at. Good work/life balance, good salary with great benefits. Management was typical for a large Enterprise environment.
Atmosphere has changed, now globalization and centralization, i.e. outsourcing
Director of First Impressions (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 30 August 2017
I opened Reception at Enbridge front desk. Directly dealing with 80 + clients and phone calls a day. Directing the clientele to the proper personal upon arrival. Implemented security data management daily including dealing with access cards.
I learnt strong, professional communication skills. Dealing with clients in a high volume area made me learn how to multi task. Management gave me all the training guidelines to succeed and run the business smoothly.
Being the face of Enbridge when you walk through the door was the most important role. I set the vibe of the room and especially the client when they come through the door. I represented the core values of what Enbridge falls by.
Contract Editor, Engineering Documentation (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 24 August 2017
As a telecommuting contract editor, it is really not possible for me to provide a perceptive evaluation of this company. However, I can say that they did not live up to their commitment to me in terms of number of hours.
I.T. Consultant (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 19 August 2017
a contract job that serves to roll out email management by Endbridge staff. Learned about the lack of professional ethics with respect to the emails staff store in their desktop computer hard drives. Was able to see how the company functions from one department to another - disjointed disunited and disloyal
easy work weeks
having to walk long distance within downtown Edmonton from one building to another