Labourer (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 12 July 2016
My last shift was 6 days on 6 dsys off, but It depends on positions. while I was working I didn't learn anything from the company. Training system isn't good, but Salary is not bed. Working Safety is good. Specially I like all my co-workers. so I was happy.
Fun, safe place to work. Employee is number asset.
930-E Haul Truck (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 20 June 2016
Busy, fast pace with a high emphases on safety. Very understanding company to work for as I had a major family emergency and had to return home. They held my job for a couple of months, but unfortunately I was not able to return. I have nothing but positive words for this company.
HEO/On-boarder/Maintenance and HSE Admin (Former Employee) – fort mcmurray – 18 October 2015
Everyone, including CEO and managers, always had time to sit down with you and explain and answer questions without hesitation Very welcoming atmosphere Everyone worked as a team Every day was fun and exciting Always had the opportunity to move up and achieve goals
General Foreman (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 16 September 2015
to disorganized company, money in the company wasted or lost through bad management. worst part is the company has not reinvested any money back into company. very poor at dealing with bad management and getting rid of them. that is why that company will never succeed.
This company lost more than a few projects to other subcontractors due to poor planning and not having the right equipment for the project at hand.
Heavy Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 7 April 2015
Gave me an opportunity to work in the oilsands. I heard that this was the company to work for 3 or 4 years ago. No more profit sharing or LOA. I worked with a great group of people while I was there and enjoyed my time working for FMGOC.
Heavy Equipment Operator (Current Employee) – fort mcmurray alberta – 21 March 2015
not sure if working day to day low morel lowest paying company in area micro management team leads and GF very few natives in any management positions ...for a native company that's sad wrong people in management most are there for fast cash and don't care about company future
great workplace to be apart of. would always be learning something new
General Laborer (Current Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 25 February 2015
i would have to say that working at a companines takes focus and a level of maturity. being comfortable talking to your coworkers can also help make an experience better. i would say the best thing about this job is always getting to learn something new.
Labourer (Current Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 10 August 2014
I start my day off at work by doing our toolbox talk safety is number one. After we are finished the toolbox talk in the morning we go off with the people we are teamed up with for the day and start our route for the day. Which is picking up the used coveralls and after doing so we scanned them and then they get picked up by the company that cleans them ; then they drop off the clean coveralls. After the clean ones are dropped off our team begins sorting them into their sizes and then we distribute them through out the site. what i have learned from this job is how to problem solve and how to get the job done on a tight schedule. the thing I enjoy most about working were i am at now is my co-workers i love to get to know people and learning how to work with others. the hardest part about my job would be the repetitive movement its constant bending and twisting.