Driver/Labourer (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 30 November 2016
Typical job once get used to it..No pressure unless there is a job orders to meet with their demands and deadlines.All employees seems relaxed doing their job it just that they complain so much about their wages which I understand.I dont have a problem with mine as they compensate me at median rate after proving myself and trying to impress them from the start.Very supportive foreman and leadhand all the time..makes my life worthwhile and easier while in there..thanks to them! If you are looking for job security you are in the right place (if you believed you arent so equipt to compete in the outside world please stay).
HVAC Installer (Former Employee) – Newmarket, ON – 12 September 2016
always a challenge to overcome. The work itself was engaging and never repetitive. Management tends to favor whom they like. Very discriminating work place, unless your one of them. If not, good luck they treat you with very little respect, cheap did i mention that.
secret (Former Employee) – Newmarket – 12 September 2016
Forced to work on weekends, can't talk to co workers very very very very very bad air quality of welding metals and wet paint to damage your lungs. Never trust them they don't keep their promise. If it is the last job to take on the planet then take it else please do yourself a favour and find a better place to work and do yourself a favour. They swing you all over you will not a fixed position. And yes you are way under paid in this trade they treat you like animal not even safe water to drink. Smells like rust.
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HR is just iconic and General Manager is is interving in everything
Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 17 August 2016
I can do the job but the salary is not compensated with the work you are doing in this company specially they ask you to work in other department and you work it hard without proper compensation.But the good thing is this company is not doing layoff to the employee that they have they keep you or you stay as you wanted.
Manual Labourer (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 15 June 2016
• Assisted field manager and supervisor. • Built custom rooftop air cooled and indoor water cooled air conditioning units. • Built electric wires throughout the air conditioning units. • Openly invited training from executives member to improve my skills. • Manufacture different kinds and sizes of heating, air conditioning, ventilations and etc. • Ensure all the custom air conditioning units are well designed and according to customer’s needs. • Train new employee with the help of field manager and supervisor
Great people, good stability, lacking accountability in leadership
General Labourer (Current Employee) – Newmarket, ON – 31 March 2016
Overall, the stability and hours worked are sufficient, and the workforce they have make for a positive and mostly " fun" work experience. The management team however, seem to be far too concerned with themselves and their personal goals to make a proper "team" environment, and in-fighting and childish back-stabbing and finger-pointing are tiresome.
fun place to work, ping pong table and tennis during lunch
Engineer Trainee (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 4 January 2016
They start you off in their training program, at the time I thought it was bs because it was just manual labor and I hated the hours in the plant. You learn lots by getting your hands dirty and actually getting to see how it is all built and shipped to customers. When you are in the design office, it is really fun. You get your share of design work, and as long as you get them done, they will leave you alone. During the training program, they will have a sit down with you every month with every managers. It is really intimidating at first because you have no idea what they are going to ask you but after a while, you just learn to smile and answer the best as you can. Since a lot of your co-workers are going through the same thing, they all complain about the same thing and it is nice because you get to hang out with them outside of work as well. It was a lot of manual labor and you are exposed to fiberglass everyday when you work inside the plant, this is something everyone has to get used to or else you will hate your job.
you learn hands on experience
long hours, sometimes saturdays. they use you to get the plants caught up
Factory Assembler (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 14 July 2014
My time to work started from 7am to 3pm, and I am doing doors, dampers, burners and insulation of unit. I learned new design regarding HVAC unit. I can manage the time of what I am doing especially if there is a rush order from the clients. The hardest part is If I I encountered from this job is not co-ordinate other supervisor regarding the orders.i finished my job without wrong,
Grunt (Former Employee) – Calgary – 30 October 2013
I feel sorry for customers that have purchased products from this company. I have never seen such low quality work....ever! The place is a pigsty and its painfully obvious that the company doesnt care about their warehouse staff. The people in the offices are treated like gold however. Double-standards and hipocracy run wild here.
Receptionist/Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 16 September 2013
I love being apart of this team ... growing and contributing to our work enviornment ... the position is non stressful which is perfect ... I am able to be the front line ... have fun ... help others ... I will stay with them until retirement ... that will be the hardest part of the job ... to leave ...
Parts Sales & Traffic (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 11 January 2013
I have learned so much at this job. It went from a unorganized mess, literaly there were piles of papers all over the place. I put in place a filing system as well as a spread sheet to keep track of shipments. I learned about a product and the associated parts from asking questions and to this day I learn something new everyday