Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Canada – 23 July 2017
A very immature and unprofessional environment. There is no training and management hoards knowledge as though it is a secret. There is no team. Every day felt like D-Day especially with all the management's closed door meetings. Not to mention all of the "disappearing acts" one in particular would make. The branch I worked at was not producing and it was full of hardworking people who seemed to have just well, given up! Too bad it all starts at the top. Expect the worst so you won't be dissapointed.
This company is a revolving door - controlled by a CEO that unplugged the clock to save time. The branches are divided into silo's that compete with each other to abuse the customers. No Branch Manager to oversee each location.
There is nothing good to say about this company- be ready to watch your back - HR dept is good at terminating people.
Parts Technician (Former Employee) – Killam, AB – 1 August 2017
This place is the worst place to work for do not apply to this job the people are rude and will try to get you fired, it is the worst place i have ever worked for management doesn't help you when you need it most and doesn't couch you or train yeah.
Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Vermilion, AB – 13 July 2017
RME hired the worst sales manager ever to lead the sales team. He has no knowledge of farm equipment and has no management experience. Upper management also seems to be out of touch with employees and what's going on in the farming industry.
Mechanic (Former Employee) – Vermilion, AB – 10 July 2017
As a experienced CNH mechanic, I thought the job sounded good. Severely disappointed. It's who you are, not what you do that counts. Constant belittling, management posting rework against your jobs, when caused by their pet employees. Offered full benefits, but wouldn't inform how to access them. Had an injury in the yard, with blood pouring off my head, and service manager berating me for being idle.. Had apprentices that baited journeyman, as they knew they were untouchable..the list goes on. Saw three journeyman move on in six months.. sadly cannot recommend this company in any way.
Accounts Payable Clerk (Former Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 3 April 2017
I worked at Rocky Mountain Equipment for about 3.5 years. I enjoyed my position but the turnover was brutal. It was crazy busy for 2/3 of the year and the other 1/3 was incredibly slow which makes for very long days. Overall It's a decent place of employment.
Administrator (Former Employee) – Bow Island, AB – 7 February 2017
Overall my experience working here was great. All my co workers were great to be around. We all worked as a team, my job was the administrator but I had no problems helping with other departments such as parts.
Corporate Parts Controller (Current Employee) – Westlock, AB – 6 February 2017
RME is a great company to work for. They offer so much to the employees. I have learned and am continuing to learn so many different things in the business of RME. They allow us to continually grow ourselves and achieve new goals. I truly enjoy the team I am part of and couldn't ask for a more knowledgeable group to be part of.
Branch Admin, Safety Sales Coordinator (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 29 February 2016
The boss was very rude to me after advances were made and denied my life was made to be awful until my 3 month contract was up. I would never recommend this employer as long as this person is still employed there. i did report it but nothing was done i was mortified and didn't want to go to work but i had a responsibility and i finished my contract time and never looked back!
Field Service Advisor (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 18 February 2016
I found that the motivation for customer satisfaction, and just obverall courtesty was very much lacking at Rocky Mountain Equipment. I would constantly be cringing while overhearing how my colleagues dealt with our clients. The technicians were in my opinion highly skilled, yet customer relations were strained. I am quite sure this is due to the lack of oversight. and the lack of basic customer relation skills.
I get up @ 7am, get breakfast and head to work for 8am. When there there is not alot to do as there is a much more productive John Deere dealership across the road which is flat out. Most of my day is spent clocked in as 'unapplied'. I would much rather be busy as the day is way too long twiddling your thumbs!
Service Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Westlock, AB – 2 December 2015
Massive territory, the most enjoyable part was the co-workers. Typical long hours in spring summer and fall. Catered to farmers equipment service needs. The goal was to keep customers rolling in-season by whatever means necessary.
Heavy Equipment Technician (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 24 March 2015
On line learning was great., along with the courses they provided to advance you in your position Great co workers, and a team enviroment The most enjoyable part of the job was helping the helping the customer