Field Technician (Former Employee) – Georgetown, ON – 13 August 2017
Very poorly managed. People with little to no experience in important rolls that makes everyone's life difficult. Field employees are just a number to them. They do not care about your personal or home life. All they care about is you being in the field making them money. Little room for advancement. Poorly maintained and old equipment.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Edmonton – 20 September 2013
I loved working at TD Williamson, the office that I worked in ran smoothly. The only reason I left was because I had my son and afterwards I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. I could not deal with the diagnosis, a new baby and the job. They tried to accommodate me but at the time it was too much of a challenge. I learned amazing time management and organizational skills. Management was wonderful to me when I was pregnant and on mat. leave, they were welcoming when it was time for me to return and tried their best to help me adjust to work and family life. The hardest part of the jobs was keeping up on the safety updates that were required for each job. The most enjoyable part was knowing that I could count on my team.