good people, very unorgonized
Instrument Technician Apprenticeship (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 31 December 2013
You would walk into the building and you would see everyone have a smile on their face and a cheery attitude. My co-workers were very understanding and taught me effectively and explained what was happening with the object we were constructing or testing. Management was going through a change, so everything was left unorgonized and a big mess. This also was the hardest part of the job, because there was no set Manager or supervisor. But the people were easy to talk to, so if there was a problem it could get dealt with effectivly.
Everyone was very friendly
Unorgonized, made it hard to do work