Heavy Equipment Operator (Current Employee) – Greater Sudbury, ON – 9 October 2017
Good hours, and easy enough work. learning experience has been good even though its not the field of work i would like to be in. Hardest parts about work is definitely the winters, minimal time with family and always seems hard for them to give time off.
Operator (Former Employee) – Timmins, ON – 17 February 2018
They'll hire you and lie to you about the length of time you will be employed. Potentially lie to you about your position until you're there already. Agree to pay you for travel from out of town then constantly "forget" to put it on your pay cheque. They use you for as long as they need you then lay you off with zero notice even though they told you they will send you to another job site after the contract you're working on is completed, and to not worry about losing your job a day prior. They will lie to you right until the second before they can you. No respect for the workers. You're like cattle they just move in and out. High turn around. In a safety meeting, Sean Day said word for word said "I own you". Those 3 words show you what working for Day is like. Good luck with this company. Underpaid, under appreciated. Couldn't pay me enough to return.
Equipment Operator (Current Employee) – Timmins, ON – 3 December 2017
For working in Construction we are always working locally which is nice. Hours usually really good with opportunities for O/T. Equipment very well maintained, maintenance dept on top of issues pretty quick. Lots of emphasis on safety.
Would be a good company if management actually listened to their employees
Rock truck driver At Hollinger\Pamour\Dome (Former Employee) – timmins on – 3 April 2017
They favour men over women, the management is very young, no work ethic. Middle management is pretty good, but they look you in the eye and lie. Lower management is all about cutting each others throats.
working environment was very good hours of work where very good
PARTS COUNTER/NIGHT SECURITY (Former Employee) – Azilda, ON – 14 March 2017
Was shift work 12 hour shifts 2 weeks days and 2 weeks nights had a long weekend every other weekend benefits where good and also pension plan . Crew i worked on was very enjoyable to work with the salary and the hours of work and no advancement was the reason for leaving this employer
Sexist, chauvinistic, male-dominated, dead end job.
Various Positions (Former Employee) – Greater Sudbury, ON – 2 March 2017
You go where they tell you and do what they tell you. If you do that, with no questions asked and no delay, maybe you'll get to keep your job. It also helps if you're in one of the family cliques. To their credit they do employ women, though most are in a clerical position.
Operator (Former Employee) – Sudbury, ON – 10 January 2017
Not worth the time management is horrible trucks should be scraped only good is pay n hours if you get in other then that working for then is cross you're fingers and hope to not die in there horrid trucks or heavy equipment.
Truck Driver/Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Greater Sudbury, ON – 27 May 2016
Nothing good to say about any of them and the management of the company.......Ignorant and rude all of them.....ka ka ka company over all..... they will find a way to get rid of you in less than the 90 days before your benefits......
Excavator Operator (Current Employee) – Timmins, ON – 25 August 2015
Your work days are what you make of it.....I mind my own business , I always offer help in any way, because of my experience I am always consulted in certain jobs, and respected, I do overtime especially if a job has to be done asap, I put in my 12 hours do the best I can in a safely manner at all times..... and make sure I go home to my family.
Driver (Former Employee) – Sudbury – 7 February 2014
Well if you wanna work for the city dump then go work at the city dump. All there trucks are scrap and falling apart im suprised MTO hasn't yanked them off the road yet. Its a disgrace to see how some people operate the hunks of junk. But pay is good untill you get your experience or move up higher in there rankings. If your lucky to do that then now you will be driving a new hunk of junk from none only then your local International dealer because someone had a good idea to stop buying real trucks like a Kenworth. Enough said approach with caution.
heavy equipment operator /supervisor (Former Employee) – Timmins, ON – 22 November 2013
all in all very good employer just low on salary,older equipment but make due with what u got at time ,good people working for them just wanted to advance my knowledge more ,but good company to get learning experience