RECORDS ANALYST (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 20 June 2017
Typical day at Enbridge was interesting from start to finish. There was never a dull moment or an opportunity to learn new things missed. There was always room to grow and an abundance of people willing to help you learn all aspects of the business. Hardest thing about the job was leaving and the most enjoyable was the satisfaction of getting the work/project completed on time.
flexibility and training
project work and contracts - no full time positions
Senior Project manager and Program manager (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 7 October 2015
- work hardly to accomplish the tasks. - managing the time and do not burn out. - working closely as the fun team with co workers. - there is no hard part of work, any problems has solutions. - the most enjoyable part of the job is resolving the hardest tasks... -
Project Execution Manager (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 22 September 2015
Enbridge is one of the most amazing places to work, with very interesting projects and lots of incredible people, also diverse people from other cultures, cultures and backgrounds, just amazing... Work environment is a true challenge, There is always lots of things to do and learn, extremely competitive... I enjoy working in the city, have learned lots from my job and from the people i worked with, specially my managers.. It was one of the best jobs ever and did why know mostly.
Senior Document Control Coordinator (Current Employee) – Edmonton – 17 July 2015
At Enbridge yoy get all the support to grow in your current role or to develop new skills and move on to your next position. Immigrating from Germany to Canada in 2007, Enbridge gave me the opportunity to start a new career in a field i had no previous experience. But I always liked to challenge myself. Ar Enbridge we have a very supporting management and you can always rely on them. Same for my co-workers. At Enbridge it`s all about being part of a team, something i really much appreciate. The hardest part of the job is my commute to the work location in Downtown Edmonton as i am living out by Tofield. Parking is also very expensive. And last but not least, the most enjoyable part are my co-workers to whom i have a very respectful, friendship-like relationship.
Great company with strong work ethic and great employee bonding strategies to create a strong team.
Valve Technician / Work Management Clerk (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 22 April 2015
Enbridge was a great company to work for, they offered flex time, a great environment for work friends and advancements and provided all the necessary training and tools for success.They hosted bi- weekly team meetings and exorcises to create strong work teams.
Human Resources (Former Employee) – Edmonton – 7 April 2015
Enbridge talks about consolidation of people and processes, yet appears unable to align standards for the multiple business units that operate under their own personal agendas. Politics are rampant among BU's with in-fighting between similar departments such as health and safety. Training is hit or miss depending on your manager, department and BU. Suspect the good pay received while employed there was the trade-off.
Good pay, bad culture, bad financial management, poor leadership
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 March 2015
Traditional and non-transparent management style, lack of communication, silos, politics and family/personal relationships, poor leadership and spoiled staff. Middle managers and people leaders are pushed to do all the work and receive poor support from management.
Inspector (Former Employee) – East Central Alberta – 12 March 2015
My day was a lot of travel interacting with a lot of different crews and new challenges each day My biggest thing that I have learnt in dealing with so many people is to make sure everyone is clear on there roll and to be working in a safe manner. My biggest fear is someone getting hurt My co-workers most are very enjoyable to be around but some are very challenging