Productive workplace with a very supportive senior management
Lead Systems Specialist (Current Employee), dubai, U.A.E. – August 26, 2012
by far the best employer I have worked for. they keep you on your toes but only to a point where u enjoy it. Senior management follows an open door policy and make it a point to interact with all the employees regularly, following a path of continuous improvement. very rigid when it comes to ethics and integrity, the back bone of the company. 125 years – more... later, still encourage inovation. – less
production tech (Former Employee), Shelburne, ON – June 5, 2012
Pros: good wages, great benefits
Cons: threat of repetitive strain injury
Extremely high paced enviroment with good competitive wages very good benefits as well as comfortable work conditions. This job was fast paced repeatitive although clean it had several cases of injury due to repetition.The job was interesting with several different processes.This job offered good wages as well as quarterly bonus for performance.Benefits – more... were extremely fair allowing good coverage in all aspects. – less
welder/fabricator (Former Employee), Ajax, ON – May 11, 2012
Pros: lots of cold drinks all over warehouse
I got tonnes of O.T. with these guys I wish I could get my job there back in fact. MIg welding galvanized steel most of the day, I learned lots about HVAC equipment and the inside components of the units. Everyone I worked with had a good energy and if I got the call to go back and work for these guys I'd be there in a second
Very stressful place to work, no cooperation amongst other depts.
Project Manager BE (Former Employee), Miami, FL – March 26, 2012
Corporate office too involved with day to day branch operations and have a unreastic business plan in todays economy. HR wags the dog! also unrealistic to the needs of the branches and very unprofessional starting at the top! Branches have to bend over backwards to the HR Dept. for any assistance, if they ever do reply to emails because they never answer – more... their phones! – less
System Designer (Application Engineer) (Former Employee), Calumet City, IL – March 12, 2014
•Performed hardware design for commercial control systems based off of design specifications and scope of work to meet the intent of the project requirements. This included creating flow diagrams, network layouts, and electrical schematics as required.
•Provide detailed submittals to communicate design and operation to customers, Johnson Controls field – more... installation team, and subcontractors. This included equipment schedules, bill of material, product data and control drawings.
•Responsible for selecting, ordering, and tracking the delivery of material for assigned projects. This required proper and accurate engineering of systems and keeping a close relationship with customers and systems team to provide the right material in a timely manner. – less
JCI gave me valuable training and a chance to learn more skills
Payroll Manager (Current Employee), Waterlooville, ENG – March 11, 2014
Pros: company paid private healthcare
Cons: long hours
Allowed to build a team of eleven almost from scratch. Involved in the implemetation of two new payroll systems. Therefore, given chance to go on Change Management course and take Project Management exams. Payroll increased from 3500 to 8000 then back to 7000 during my period with the Company. Given the opportunity to learn ROI payroll and paid 240 – more... Irish employees. – less
Elect/Mech Technician (Current Employee), IBM Campus , Damastown ind est, Mulhuddart, Dublin – March 10, 2014
Pros: free workwear, boots & tools.
Cons: no real cons.
first thing in the morning we would perform Plant Checks, checking all site plant is operational and rectify any faults as you go.I became proficient in CMMS based work and BMS operations. Management kept to the management side of things as they were not technical, but very proficient in their role with the customer. regarding co-workers , we pull together – more... as a team and always help each other out , their was no real hard part of the job, as experience makes the job run smooth. the most enjoyable part of the job was coming through the gates in the morning and looking forward to the day ahead. – less
Mobile Technician (Former Employee), California – March 9, 2014
I started with them as a facility maintenance mechanic stationed at one facility then the company went mobile and i was traveling to ten different stores. a typical day of work started by going through a check list making sure everything was fuctioning properly, such as air handlers, compressors, exhaust fans etc. then continuing through my repairs – more... if needed. I learned time mangement very well in this position. Management was good. co-workers were great. Hardest part of my job was not having the parts delivered on time or on site. The most enjoyable part of my job was having my facilities running smooth. – less
Operations and Maintenance Supervisor (Former Employee), Falls Church, VA – March 9, 2014
Pros: loved the work
Cons: the commute got to be too much
Monitored daily upkeep and repairs of three 5 story office buildings. Covered everything from preventive maintenance to overhauling of water distribution system pump. Worked with contractors in support of electrical, HVAC, and painting. Crews were great.