Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 30 August 2017
Well it is a pretty awesome career path if you are studying engineering or a tradesman Pipefitter/orWelder. They practice great work ethic and safety protocols to make sure everyone goes home att the end of the day.
Pizza every second week
the chemicals you deal with. make sure everything is covered
Responsable de l'amélioration des procédés. (Former Employee) – Venezuela – 4 February 2016
Tous les jours s' appliquée , les valeurs et les principes, de la sécurité, l'environnement , la qualité , la responsabilité commerciale , et des ressources humaines . Une grande équipe du travail avec un faible taux de rotation . Le plus dur été commencer l'implantation d'une culture organisationnelle d'amélioration continue lorsque les conditions d'affaires dans le pays étaient en danger. Le plus agréable est de voir grandir mes collègues .
politique de reconnaissance
ubication d' usines dans les installationes militaire de la clientèle
Vérifier le fonctionnement de la machinerie,service si il a été bien effectué si les rapporst ont étét bien remplis pendant le quart de shift avant et quand la machine ne possede aucune poudre explosive le grand nettoyage avant chaque quart l'aspect le plus difficille la confiance des autres employés surtout dans le milieu des explosifs si tout a été fait selon les procédures tres important le plus agéables bonne collaboration entre employés tres importants etre tres vigilants et attentifs
Tres bon salaire santé/sécurité excellent
travail tres stressant car nous travaillons avec des cap d'explosif ouvert
First HR representative in Western Canada and Alaska
HR Generalist/HR Manager Western Canada and Alaska (Former Employee) – Calgary, Alberta, Canada – 21 August 2013
Typical day: performance management and disciplinary actions, compensation and pay increases, performance reviews and goal settings, layoffs, job postings and interviews, strategic HR planning for business growth, travel to sites, meetings and conference calls, relocations.
Learned: mergers and acquisitions (synergies and cost savings), implementation of new culture with much resistance, safety procedures, employment laws in several provinces and territories. Implemented HR department in Western Canada and Alaska and quickly became a respected and trusted leader in the region. Also learned about commercial explosives.
Management: In the region, great management team, we all worked together to reach the same goals. However, several senior managers and VP in HO in the US who didn't understand Canadian business, sometimes difficult to get point across from an HR's point of view. Our region had the most growth potential in North America. Delivered training to more than 25 managers on performance management, disciplinary actions, interviewing and selection process, basic HR and employment laws and procedures.
Co-workers: Some of the best people I have ever worked with. We all worked towards the same goals and worked well together. Western Canada and Alaska was brand new business for the company and we exceeded corporate goals and expectations for the first two years after the acquisition and we were on track to do the same again for the current fiscal year.
Hardest part of job: Several remote locations, travel schedules, Head Office for North America in the US.more...
Most enjoyable part: Only HR representative in the region, made my own decisions, accountability, active member of the Leadership team, variety of responsibilities from HR to safety - conducted quarterly safety meetings in the Calgary office, presented 2020 Vision for the company in 5 different locations to more than 50 employees,less
Won 2012 Global Business Awards for business achievements, travel to sites to meet managers and employees, attended a blast at a mine site