poorly managed heavy truck mechanic (Former Employee) – calgary ab – 26 May 2015 fast pace,access to learning and advancement is controlled by work place politics upper management out of touch some good workers there that deserve more hardest part of working there is the internal politics access to new technology Very satisfactory process in order to learn, but it is necessary to explorer new things. Mechanic Apprentice (Current Employee) – Calgary/Alberta – 4 August 2013 Every day there is something to learn in my job place and my coworkers always are able to teach, I enjoy every new challenge that my boss ask me.
five sick or personal days that can I take when I need it.
I don't have some benefits.
UPPER CLASS TRUCK FRANCHISE AND SERVICE DEPOT HEAVY DUTY EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 4 March 2015 USING ENHANCED DIAGNOSTIC EQUIPMENT TO DIAGNOSE AND REPAIR MANY DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF COMMERCIAL VEHICLE REPAIR AND SERVICE ACCORDING TO ELITE SUPPORT AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION REQUIREMENTS Great Introduction into Logistics Market Research Analyst (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 21 August 2014 Sterling was a great company to work for. There is an effective open door policy, which allows every member to communicate effectively.