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I really enjoyed working for them
Welder (Former Employee), Kingston, ONJune 17, 2014
Great company to work for, treated employees great and produced great products
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Great job Satisfaction
Lead Yard Hand/Heavy Equipment Operator (Current Employee), Kingston, ONMay 16, 2014
Pros: good people
Cons: plant shutdown
Very enjoyable day to day workplace
Management was very open to advancing you
Learned invaluable skills
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Not a trusting company at all
field worker (Current Employee), edmontonNovember 15, 2013
Pros: your paid every two weeks
Cons: management of the company is not supportive to field managers, employees safety is not a first in their books and it never will be
As i work there i would suggest staying away for this position. They don't want anyone to take charge at all they don't want change and the system that they have from what i hear is so disorganized and unfinished its better to call it a disaster. The management are not friendly and will turn on you the second they get the chance. If you get into the – more... HSE part be aware the overall manger does not make time for you and has no clue to what she is doing. She has no idea what needs to be done and things are not done and kept up to date. They do not pay well at all and for what stress you have to deal with you should be paid more. There reports are never done and things are unreported all the time or the lack of communication in the company Safety does not here about it for a few days and when you question it management would like you to not get involved. They are way behind on times and the policies are so far out of date it should be criminal on how they get away with things. If they want to fix things they need to start at the top with the safety manger who looks after all areas the US and canada she and a few of field staff are what hurts the company the most no clue on procedures and how safety should work. They have had a person in this position before and because she knew what she was doing and new how to make the system work the safety manager let her go. We as field people enjoyed working with her and the field safety like the fact that she knew what she was doing and was there to help us where we needed it. Due to her knowing the issues and trying to fix them they let her go because she was a threat to one of the managers. We all miss her and feel they made a large mistake but then its made evident our safety is not important production is. So in conclusion if you know what your doing in this field you will be pushed out the door before you get to your desk. PRODUCTION comes First NOT safety and that should be our company logo – less
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Good place to work at for very senior engineers
Senior Geotechnical/Structural Engineer (Current Employee), Edmonton, ABDecember 2, 2012
Worked hard. the culture is very good and the staff is freindly.
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I love to work with the public and also help my fellow employee's advance or help them. I like to learn new things when I can.
Office Administrator (Former Employee), Lamont, albertaMay 16, 2012
I was the Sernior Office Lady. Worked ib Accpac most of the day. Was in charge of PO's, Benefits, Time Sheets, Payroll, Time Off requests, Inventory. Pretty much the go to person for 99 % of things done in an office on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.