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PHOENIX INDUSTRIAL Employer Reviews

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good company
Pipefitter (Former Employee), Fort Mcmurry, ABJuly 3, 2014
Read blue prints, work in a safe and productive manner, assist co-workers, very good company
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Great Work Environment
Office Admin (Former Employee), Anzac, ABJune 26, 2014
Great cause,
great experience.
Working with Phoenix was a good experience, they lack more projects.
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It was a good place to be.
Pipefitter Apprentice (Former Employee), Conklin, ABMay 30, 2014
Pros: free lunches, diner, and ride.
A Good place to be.
nice salary.
I learned rigging.
I learned to work with grinder.
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Work is really good
Welder (Former Employee), Edmonton, ABApril 22, 2014
Read blue prints, work in a safe and productive manner, assist co-workers, very good company
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Productive and fair company to work for
Expeditor (Former Employee), Conklin, ABMarch 30, 2014
Pros: decent camp
Cons: did not enjoy 12 hr days in winter
enjoyed working there. coworkers were friendly and helpful
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Good people in the field.
Pipe-fitter (Former Employee), Northern AlbertaMarch 27, 2014
Pros: work/home life, great wage, good people in the field
Cons: poor management
If you are purely about the money and have no other prospects, they're. Not bad. They were short-changing us travel money that the client had told us to our faces we were being given for travel. Stealing directly from the workers. What else is new I guess.

There were a lot of good folks in the field. Field upper management didn't care about us and – more... it was very clear even when they "pencil-whipped" meetings going through the rhetoric about saying how were addressing our issues (they weren't addressed). – less
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good company to work for
Carpenter Apprentice (Former Employee), Fort Saskatchewan, ABMarch 22, 2014
Pros: great pay
Cons: hr was a mess
good company to work for focused on safety a lot never had any problems except for the human resources, they were a mess.
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Excellent work environment and great people
Equipment Operator (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZMarch 1, 2014
Pros: financially rewarding
Cons: travel: road conditions to and from site
My whole experience with them was excellent and most of all the people within were excellent to work for and with.

The work day was 11hrs
I learned a lot from those that I worked for
Management was fair
Co-workers were terrific
Great atmosphere
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Great work enviroment
Zoom Boom Operator (Former Employee), Edmonton, ABFebruary 19, 2014
The job site was well organized. Safety was a main focus with well trained foreman
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Pipefitting Duties, Welders Helper, Hydro Testing, Various Random Jobs
1st Level Pipefitting Apprentice (Former Employee), ABFebruary 11, 2014
10-12 hour days
Welders helper duties
Hydro Testing
Installing Pipe w/zoom boom, crane, manual
bolt ups, hy-torq, tourqing bolts
Measuring, cutting, bevelling pipe
Installing FRP tanks inside shoring boxes
Working at heights
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Pays well, lots of work
Mechanical Quality Control Inspector (Current Employee), Anzac, ABFebruary 3, 2014
Pros: pays well
Cons: long hrs
Phoenix Ind. attracts people from all aspects of construction to assemble good teams.
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Worst I've ever worked for
Carpenter (Former Employee), Nexen KinosisDecember 8, 2013
Pros: good wages
Cons: dont give a **** about their workers at all.
Don't work for these guys. Their HR will lie to you about everything from start date to actual shift length(they like to short shift you so they don't have to pay travel) and what camp you are in. Also they will down grade your camp once you do a shift. Every person there complained they don't get pay stubs, they tax the live out they pay for placing – more... you in an awful camp, and little to no safety. They don't care what's going on in your personal life. They have one foreman for 30 guys. This is the worst company I've ever worked for in Alberta, never work for them. – less
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Productive, Fun Family Atmosphere
Document Controller (Current Employee), Fort McMurray, ABNovember 6, 2013
Pros: the people i work with
Cons: the travel cost to come to work
Everyone is very Helpful and fun to work with
Hardest part of the Job is trying to get quality Documents from the Client.
Most enjoyable part of the Job is the people I work with.
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Thrown "Under-The-Bus".....
Skilled Trades (Former Employee), Harvest Black GoldNovember 5, 2013
Cons: poor morale, inferiority complexes, skilled trade imposters, poor attitudes, etc.
Too many related people holding positions with inadequate field experience. Upper management onsite speaking in a derogatory fashion about most everyone and each other. Very, very low morale. Most seasoned journeymen quit after a short time, leaving the site with a majority of the entire crew being very unskilled people working in the field. Female – more... employees are desired by onsite supervision to be potentially targeted for after shift companionship. – less
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Productive and fun
Representative / Liason Officer (Former Employee), Manila, PhilippinesOctober 25, 2013
Pros: free lunch
Cons: normal working hours
Normal routine of work everyday. Learned on how to become bank representative. The management is fair to all employee and the co-workers are very co-operative. The hardest part of the job is going and back from bank to another. And the most enjoyable part of the job is when making money withdrawal for the company expenses or for salary distribution.
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Fun Place to work...
Leadhand Pipefitter (Former Employee), Anzac, ABJuly 29, 2013
Well organized and good to employees. Lots of work and everything was covered and planned accordingly.
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Great
Construction Manager (Current Employee), Redwater, ABJune 28, 2013
Im very hard working & dedicated to my job. Very family oreintated company.
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Good crew.
Assisting welders and pipefitters (Former Employee), Conklin, ABMay 21, 2013
Pros: good wages
Cons: high turnover rate
Not a bad place to work for. I enjoyed working with everyone, most of the crew was good for training me. They stook me with one grumpy welder to train me, and he turned out to be the best at what he does in north alberta, glad he taught me what he did.
Work slowed down and there was no hope in sight for a while of it picking up, but thats not phoenix's – more... fault. Overall the job was good. – less
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Great rate of pay. Initially great to start, saw some management and foremen take the fall for others errors.
Third Year Pipefitter Apprentice (Former Employee), Fort Saskatchewan, ABMay 7, 2013
Pros: initially some barbeques and draws for prizes
Cons: inconsistent rules and a seeming lack of inspiration from management
I wished the job hadn't ended as soon as it did for me. Worked with a lot of great people and the workforce there was second to none. I think the job may have been micro-managed a little to much.
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overtime galore
2nd year steamfitter/pipefitter (Former Employee), Nisku Mod yardApril 23, 2013
lots of money to be made, but coming home to spend more time at home was an error in thinking. worked loads more overtime.