Accounts Payable Clerk (Former Employee), Oakville, ON – August 20, 2015
This company was great. People were friendly and helpful and lot of advancement could be made with in the company. Since it is a construction company a lot of movement happens with people getting switch to different projects.
Safety Coordinator (Former Employee), Kearl Lake – July 14, 2015
Pros: Pay & Safety
Employee owned company based out of the USA with heavy American influence in all management decisions. A circle the wagon mentality and assess blame to workers and treats them as sacrificial goats to protect – more... field management.
Management in the field does not know what each separate division is doing and work stacks up. If you do make a difference they get rid of you, they do not like people who think.
Leadership at the senior level and on the ground appear on the surface to care, but at the end of the day you are nothing to them but an avenue to achieve a goal. Promises are made but never followed through and once they have met their goal you are gone.
Over all if you are an hourly tradesman good place to work, entry level or middle management and not a stock owner, you are a virus and the politics are total nonsense. – less
class 1 driver /equipment operator (Former Employee), Fort McMurray, AB – July 10, 2015
Very good place to work. I learned a lot working there. Good wages, good work rotation schedule. Good safety program. I was on the project from start to finish, it was good to see the final product of all the hrs spent on site.
Warehouse Person/Tool Crib Coordinator (Current Employee), Edmonton, AB – June 22, 2015
Pros: Free Breakfast occasionally
Cons: Poor Management. extremely poor turnover
Good place with a strong safety culture. Good Wage Well stocked supply shop Good People Stable hours 5-10's Technology innovative good craft buy in for their safety culture empowering each worker to have their say. Poor turnover
Electrical Apprentice Lead hand (Former Employee), Kearl Lake AB – April 16, 2015
Pros: Good salary
Cons: Too much micro managing by upper management. Communication wasn't the best
After your morning stretches, and your daily safety bulletin, you write your JHA. waiting for permits was the longest part of your day. Foreman would allow you the space to work if you show competence. Most appriciate hard work.
Employee (Former Employee), Kearl Lake – February 5, 2015
Pros: compensation and benefits
Cons: micro managed, clueless cms
Good company overall, but some of the management team don't really have a clue. When a construction manager puts on a new hire (Green) hard hat, and partakes in spying on craft workers, you know the system – more... is broken. One bad CM, don't mean there all bad. Just makes for an environment where the employees are afraid for there job. very much a micro managed company, but if you can get passed this fact. Then you will find crews are usually great, compensation and benefit package is very fair. – less