Territory Sales Manger , Southern Sasakatchwan (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 10 June 2017
TKE was a fun and exciting place to work as it taught me the balance of time management, i needed to learn how to implement programs for quoting and costing elevators to potential levels of government and developers.
Great first job just continue looking while you're here. Good pay for someone young. Nice people. Very enthusiastic team to work with.
Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 March 2017
Great company to work for in regards to people, company incentives, and opportunities to learn so much. My resume was easily enhanced from all the opportunities available to take advantage of. We were challenged constantly to be innovative and present efficient ways to improve on our services. I enjoyed the constant challenge.
Excellent wellness progran, opportunities for growth and professional development
Plant Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 February 2017
During my 35 year career at Thyseen Krupp I must say that it was a very positive experience and I would still be there today if not for the company making the decision to decision to move manufacturing to the US.
Administrator (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 22 December 2016
thyssenkrupp is a great place to work. If i wasn't at risk of losing my job because of personnel being laid off I would continue to work here. I have and do enjoy it very much. I have great coworkers and my supervisor is the best.
Representative (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 December 2016
thyssenkrupp has been a wonderful experience for me. My colleagues are wonderful and very willing to help me learn and grown throughout my time with the company. Management is helpful and understanding however need to provide more discipline for employees.
Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 December 2016
The workload is very typical. Monotonous repitative work. Found very boring ---- and pay was not sufficient Some of the co-worker were helpful but most of them were not The hardest part was to learn the softwares to do the job
General Labourer (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 29 August 2016
Not a great place to work, building is in awful conditions and is literally falling apart. Management is all over the place and employees are often left unsure on who they can and can't talk to about work related issues
NC Programmer (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 10 January 2016
I work in a office environment. I enjoy creating CAD files using AutoCAD and programming the Franklin punch press. Management and coworkers is very supportive and helpful. ThyseenKrupp also has a strong emphasis on Safety for their're employees that work on the shop floor.
Safety Coordinator (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 8 November 2015
The first site I worked on was great. The second site was sad. Lead HSE had no backbone and politics was ridiculous. I enjoyed looking after 200 TFW's from Ireland who had 2 foremen at one point. They were freezing at minus 5 deg celcius. Pretty funny. Tons of coaching required: the company was very upset when it came to safety. Lead HSE did not stand behind his own safety team at all. Very sad.
MECHANICAL ENGINEER (Current Employee) – Canada – 25 August 2015
I had an opportunity to perform multi tasking on different equipment, resolve site issues and handle fabrication challenges and queries. Worked as a team and guided vendor to meet the scheduled delivery. Ensured different inter phases are coordinated correctly with different department. Transfer all relevant information to the party.
I enjoy the versatile experience of working with different equipment and resolve technical issues. It allows me to have exposure in different areas.