Tradesman (Former Employee) – Canmore, AB – 22 November 2016
Management team is out to get anyone who steps out of line. They are quick to blame and quick to fire. No leniency here, make one mistake and you’re gone. People who have toiled for decades are not safe either. Working conditions are bad and there so many rules you can hardly get your work done. Management plays favorites and conspires. There is lots of gossip. Union is weak, benefits are poor, no direct billing. Worst company that I have worked for.
Salary average, tool allowance, equipment training, all the PPE you can handle
maintenance (Former Employee) – Exshaw, Alberta – 17 June 2016
This company is all about getting the most for the least, employees were fired for asking for raises, or scheduling days off and saying they had plans if called in during their scheduled time off. Absolutely awful company, avoid at all costs. Do not waste your time with this one, its a dead end job that'll take you nowhere in life. Yet one you'll likely get fired from, for no plausible reason.
The truly idiotic upper management within this company loves to micromanage in the worst way. They love to pit worker against worker. Manipulate, backstab, and lie. The "union" there is a joke. Problem is, there are so many issues within the company due to part shortages, or having the wrong parts in stock, zero mentorship, Zero training. Also, the work is very unsafe, and frequently forced to lift well over 100 pounds by yourself, despite the max being only 50 pounds.. but the company was FAR too cheap to ever buy a crane, so what choice did we have?
They also screw people over on overtime, hours, and pay raises, and training. Missing numerous hours off your paycheck is quite common.
I dont want to write a novel, but I literally would be here for hours typing up all the issues with working here.... All in all, please trust me when I say this, DONT WORK FOR THIS COMPANY!!!! YOU WILL REGRET IT, I GUARANTEE YOU.
US and Canadian Payroll Admin. (Temp. Assign.) (Current Employee) – Richmond, BC – 22 February 2015
Wonderful place to work. The payroll department is under HR. The payroll manager and payroll team have been very welcoming and enjoyable to work for and with. The overall HR team is great. They are very friendly and fun. I am learning and growing.
four mobile (Former Employee) – Joliette, QC – 29 June 2013
Une journée typique commence avec inspection des véhicules et le remplisage de diesel. Vider le silo de déchets du four à chaux à l aide d un 10 roues et vider le 10 roues dans la carrière à endroit indiqué, plusieurs voyage sont requis. Ensuite descendre le loodeur dans la carrière pour monter du charbon et du coke à l aide d un loodeur et d un 10 roues ou d un hors-route pour l alimenter le four à chaux, encore là plusieurs voyages sont requis. Je suis en constante communication avec opérateur des fours. Quand les silos de charbon et coke son plein, il reste a vider les conteneurs de déchets du four a l aide du rood off et les vider au endroit approprié. L aspect le plus difficile est la chaleur des fours et la chaux qui peut bruler la peau. L aspect le plus agréable est que je peux gerrer ma journée comme je le veux, l important est que le four ne soit pas affecté par le manque de charbon ou par les silos de déchets trop plein. Pour le management, ont rencontre les patrons le matin avant le départ pour nous informer de la journée.