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Love the trade
District Operator (Former Employee), Beauval, SKJune 30, 2013
Pros: benefits
A very safety orientated company, Excellent benefits, wages there are now one of the highest.
I was trained to be a lineman by this company.
Management let their frontline employees take on more responsibility.
I worked with a great group of guys, also enjoyed training apprentices
and teaching them to respect power and always look up and identify your – more... hazards before climbing and always keep thinking safety – less
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Nice place to work in
Senior Structural Engineer Consultant (Current Employee), Regina, SKJune 24, 2013
Stable job to have.
Small city and good work/ life balance.
Living cost are okay.
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Low pay, had to use own equipment
Contractor (Former Employee), Grenfell, SKFebruary 18, 2013
Cons: low pay, had to use own equipment
Mowed lawn. the paw was low, and i was only payed in a lump sum at the end of each season.
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work place where goals were set and met
area production planner (Former Employee), Estevan, SKOctober 14, 2012
Pros: help available most of the time if needed and knowledge ably leaders
Cons: long hours
good company to work for overall little short on family needs
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Good environment to work in
Facility Operator (Current Employee), Estevan, SKApril 21, 2014
Pros: kitchen in control room, canteen during day shifts, food ordering optional
Cons: stuck in the job, can advance up, but wish to go overseas
Obtain relief from previous on site operators as to equipment operations and any work being done which affects us. Change for the shift, head up to the control room, check the log books, and attend safety meeting prior to shift start.

Management is very visible during the day shift, and helpful, courteous, and knowledgeable.

Toughest part of the job – more... was dealing with weather conditions and how it affects the fuel provided to the boilers. Otherwise its a fairly smooth operation, with only the occasional problems encountered on any work site. – less