Heavy Equipment Technician (Current Employee), Calgary, AB – July 10, 2012
I have gained alot of knowledge while with Hazco/Tervita. I have enjoyed spending my time with our aprentices, mentoring and training them. I have had the oportunity to grow with the company and learn the dynamics.
Horrible Work Place - Management by Fear, Favoritism & Layoff
Former Employee (Current Employee), USA – April 17, 2014
Pros: a lot of vacation time
Cons: you can't use all the vacation time you get because you are doing the jobs of 3 people
Management is completely guided by fear and favoritism. Fear doesn't really work that well anymore because they haven't paid bonuses in two years and salaries are frozen so no raises are in the future either. Layoffs are the norm.
The company is losing business fast the people that have any sense are looking to leave. Except HR that is. HR rules with – more... an iron fist. If you need something something do go to HR looking for help -- it will only get you fired. – less
Receptionist/Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Williston, ND – March 1, 2014
Pros: disconnected from corp. office
Cons: large company that has protental
I accepted a receptionist position to get my foot in the door. Tervita's mission of responsible energy exploration apealed to me. At the time of my employment the culture was about employee improvement and cultivating skills. However this changed with management change. Due to the corporate offices being out of state managers were allowed to make decisions – more... reguarding their person preferences not on actual skill and productivity. – less
Accounting (Current Employee), Houston Texas – October 14, 2013
Pros: standard benefits. nice new office
Cons: management new disorganized
Promises & inaccurate information during the 3 hr interview process. New ERP system lots if growing pains. Management was nice but made promises they did not intent to keep. Fair warning take what is said with a grain of salt