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goo company to work for!
Red seal construction craft worker (Former Employee), Winnipeg, MB, RBC Convention CenterJanuary 27, 2015
Pros: unionized, recognize hard work, do not micro manage
Cons: layoffs, internal politics
Stuart Olson is a fast paced company that values hard work and dedication!
A typical day starts with stretching exercises, followed by a review of tasks that need to be accomplished. I then set out to accomplish said tasks, however problem solving and prioritizing are the hardest part of the day, as there are numerous tasks that require attention through out my day, as well as unforeseen difficulties, that require my attention. I do my best to see that all tasks are completed, in a timely and safe fashion.
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Carpenter (Former Employee), Port CoquitlamAugust 30, 2014
Dont sign up to be a carpenter, because they rarely self preform jobs, they pay well but all you do is hand rail and tarps
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A good learning place
Project Engineer (Current Employee), EdmontonMay 15, 2014
The work varies from site to site, depending on who your project leads are the job can go smooth or not. But in general its a good place to learn the concept of project coordination.
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Eh, not too bad, but could use some polishing up.
Estimator (Former Employee), AlbertaFebruary 2, 2014
Pros: huge potential for advancement
Cons: lack of leadership foundations.
The company has the potential to being an outstanding company to work for. They simply lack good consistent leadership.

Pay: Not too bad - lots of overtime.
People: 60-70% of them are great.
Environment: Depending on where you work - you could be in BC or al the way in Sask in a camp.
Benefits: Not Bad, Good
Vacation: Good
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I enjoyed my position.
HR Business Partner (Former Employee), Calgary, ABJune 17, 2013
Pros: focus on training and development.
Many opportunities for advancement. This company has the potential to be great.