Apprentice Heavy Equipment Technician (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, Alberta – 2 November 2013
I was only with them for 28 days as part of the practical training for FINNtech. In that time I really loved working for and with the people there. Only regret was not being successful in the provincial exam.
Complicated, poor communications, customer support convelusion
Heavy Equipment Technician (Current Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 10 December 2017
Technological nightmare Dealership internal complications constantly Spends millions on streamlining simple job processes to save dollars Upper management compromises customer relationships by relying on "brand" rather than high acceptance and co-operation of customers Upper management only concentrate on bottom line results English is a second language for most managers Training and advancement is "carrot dangle" tack tics to create staffing solutions and follow up or advancement does not exist Union hourly technical staff are treated with "slave" like dictation Technicians are part of a "revolving door" atmosphere
Some tooling for technicians is supplied
Lack of proper training relevance creates nightmares
Supply Chain (Former Employee) – AB – 1 December 2017
But you is just a number, incompetent management, piles of problems and mess all over the business processes. But if you trying to speak about, or offer better solutions, you will hurt someone feelings and possibly - interests. They fire people in a blink of the eye - you called to the office and literally a minute later - escorted out of the building. Efforts, results are not appreciated.