they try to make it a Tight core group of people with a good environment
APPRENTICE (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 7 November 2017
good company, has high quality service and machinery. lots of opportunity to learn from new to used equipment. management end is very one sided and always for the benefit of the company at the end of the day. work hard and put in a good days work, produce results and keep you numbers up you will thrive .
team building events, benefits, retirement plan, tool allowance, boot allowance
Apprentice Tech (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 10 September 2017
Good people to work with, excellent place to be exposed to different equipment, Monday to Friday shift don't allow more time to spend with family located far away, there is something new to do every day, not a repetitive boring job.
Money wise a good company, but too many to much harassment
Branch Administrator (Former Employee) – Kitimat, BC – 5 November 2016
Good paying job, Would been great job for someone that can put up with the boss there, poor young management in Leavitt team, don't work as a team, have separate departments that go through power struggles. Harassment and screaming profanity does not sit well with me. False sense of security,
Job was close to home
Loud profanity from boss who's desk was across mine and I answered incoming calls, not a good working environment. A lot of screaming and yelling.
Very well managed, focused and poised for exponential success
Assistant Retail Service Manager (Former Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 20 April 2016
Leavitt machinery is a very well managed business that thrives on hiring and fostering the growth of an incredible team of employees. The atmosphere is focused on a quality product delivered in a fun environment and the management believes in driving the success of its employees wherever possible.
Service Representative (Former Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 10 December 2014
Lots of opportunity to move around within the company. Growing very fast in the Pacific down south and east into Canada. If you want to train up in Vancouver BC and move elsewhere in the Pacific Northwest, this is the place to do it.