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Executive Management lacks strong leadership
Sr. Project Controls Advisor / Assurance Lead (Former Employee), Calgary, ABNovember 13, 2014
Executive Management lacks strong leadership to take TransCanada - Keystone Pipeline to the next level
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managed generators,pumps,waterlines and assesements on digs
Labourer (Former Employee), Fernie BCNovember 3, 2014
start at seven with a meeting for overview with the tasks for the day. Proceed to the job site,safety tailgate meeting .Then do a JSA on the first task at hand. Handle tasks Safely up too TC's safety standards.
after the task is done go on to the next task starting with a JSA.
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Excellent working culture
Executive Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Calgary, ABAugust 29, 2014
Pros: great culture, wages and experience
Cons: temp position
Always a temp employee, but love working in the company! Worked with them on and off for many years, would still go for either a temp assignment or a perm role!
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Contractor - Developer
Developer (Current Employee), Calgary, ABMay 12, 2014
Pros: great environment, great benefits for full time employees (stock options, health/dental, flex fridays, etc.)
Cons: little to no room for serious advancement
First job when I graduated. Great pay as a contractor, easy work, solid management with clearly defined goals. Co-workers are great and a great way to learn if you've never been in the oil and gas sector. However, you are pigeon-holed into the role you have without much room for advancement. Only if you want to get into management is there any room to advance and that takes a long while (as in 10 years in some departments). Therefore, staying a contractor is your best bet if you want to advance in your career (i.e. moving onto another company after you've gained your experience). Still, for those who want security and easy work, staying where they are for at least 5 years to really learn the industry, it's a great place to be.
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Great place to work, with numerous opportunities
Project Engineer (Current Employee), Calgary, ABApril 8, 2014
A positive aspect about working at TransCanada is having so many opportunities within one company. Movement within the company is encouraged and supported which allows employees to gain great experience.
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Good company
PROJECT CONTROLS ANALYST (Former Employee), Calgary, ABApril 3, 2014
This is a very demanding company they expect a lot from their workers and there is very little room for advancement unless you are a engineer.
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Lots of room to be engaged.
Lead Mechanical Technician (Former Employee), multi locationsJuly 24, 2013
TC changes over time but was a good, but very demanding, employer.
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aaccoutant (Former Employee), CalgaryJanuary 24, 2013
Pros: decent salary
Cons: management is very out of touch
Very high turn over in certain departments. Contract workers rarely lasted more than 3 months. Very high nepotism. You are nothing but a number. Advancement is non-existant. Polish up that resume and leave as fast you can.
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Environmental Inspection
Environment Construction Manager (Former Employee), Fort St John, BCMay 8, 2012
Pros: the pay
Cons: the lifestyle
The scope of work involves ensuring the rules regulation are followed and understood.

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TransCanada Corporation is a major North American energy company based in Calgary, Alberta, developing and operating energy infrastructure – Read more

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