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good place to work needs more hours though.
Dozer Operator & Rock Truck Driver (Current Employee), Fort McMurray, ABJune 2, 2013
Pros: camp
Cons: hours
still working there just looking for a job with more hours with less time off and a company thats more permanent.
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equipment operator (Former Employee), Acheson, ABAugust 16, 2012
Morgan Construction is a good company to work for, however some employees do get away with smoking drugs,that is the main reason i left the company in 2011, i reported it to management, but nothing became of it
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Camp work,
Heavy Equipment Operator (Current Employee), Edmonton, ABMarch 24, 2012
Pros: good benifits
Cons: need vehicle on some jobs
Very good to work for they treat you well.
they will try to keep you working.
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Productive and great team effort Manufacturing shop.
Lathe Operator (Former Employee), Worcester, MADecember 10, 2013
Pros: good atmoshere.
Cons: stressful workload.
Go to work at 7:00am and get out at 3:30pm. i learned to set up and operate surface grinders, Lathes, Bridgeport milling machines, program CNC HAAS and run programs. The management was very professional, main focus was product quality and days without injury to make sure good products were being made in a safe orderly manner. My co-workers were the – more... best people i've ever worked with, you could ask anyone for help if you needed it or if you didn't understand something on a particular machine/ Part. The hardest part of the job was meeting the close tolerances on Manual machines and making sure not to waste material. the most enjoyable part of the job was the health care and benefit package they offered along with the work. – less
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good
Owner/ Operator (Former Employee), anchorage,alaskaNovember 15, 2013
its been a real learning expierience and i have enjoyed doing it for a very long time, but its now time to move on to bigger and better things. i really want to used what i learned in a different company. someday i will return to my company but its for the best to explore my options for right now
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great
Carpenter Assistant (Former Employee), beaumont, txOctober 15, 2013
Good place to work, management cares, and does good quality work by the employees
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Great place to work
Machine Driver 360 (Former Employee), CanadaMay 9, 2013
Pros: dinner every day
Cons: long hours
start at 6am and finished at 6pm, Learned alot about ice roads and working in the oil fields, all co-worers 100%, the hardest part was workng a -30 degrese, Enjoyable part was making pads for oil rigs.
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Good place to work, lots of overtime
Stores Coordinator/Inventory Specialist (Former Employee), Worcester, MAOctober 9, 2012
Pros: good working enviroment
Cons: short breaks and lunches
I enjoyed working for Morgan. Lots of overtime, good people. Excellent benefits and compensation.
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as we work at alot of different sites there can be a grate difference from one site to another, You make friends meat lots of different people
equipment opperator (Current Employee), at this time 1 1/2 hour from Fort Nelson B.CMay 17, 2012
Pros: pays for food, pays for rooms
Cons: no cell phone cuverage, no pay phones in the camp
a typical day starts at 5:30 am in camp, eating in the kitchen then going for the moring safty meeting at 7am, followed by the morning streches then a drive to the work site 30 minuts to 40 minuts away depending on where you are.

we do a toolbox talk before we start work ,
most days you know the job you are to do, but there are days that you learn – more... to opperate new and different equipment, this makeing you a better employee for the company.

learning the right way to run equipment and the safest way, is the most importan way, morgan as a company demands we do things the right way and the most safest way we can, at the end off the day we all want to go back to camp,

co-workers are like mentores we all look out for each other, we are always looking around to make sure we all are working safely,

the hardest part of the job, would be the time away from my family.

the most enjoyable part aside from the day to day laughs is when the job is finished and we all know we did it safely and the right way and we can now move on to some thing new. – less

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