Show up and work, maybe for a little less than what your used too.
Electrician (Former Employee) – SK – 7 October 2017
These guys are alright to work for. Not the best, not the worst. Work hard, show up fit for work and you'll be fine. They are an industrial electrical company, so if things are slow, don't expect long term employment out of them.
4th Period Electrician (Oil & Gas) (Current Employee) – Alberta – 19 May 2017
All construction companies have their problems, and this one was no different. I worked for AECOM through the flint and URS years and with each changing owner the wages, benefits and general plus sides of the company grew smaller and smaller. But hey, better than EI I guess.
Electrician (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 14 May 2017
Lots of support from management and co-workers, positive team spirit, very safe work environment, management is fair to employees, even difficult jobs are not too bad because management does their best to support employees.
Electrician (Former Employee) – Husky Sunrise – 8 March 2016
Enjoyed the Team I was with, all the guys were great. There was nothing wrong with management and they paid within the industry standard. It was a positive experience. To bad the price of oil is what it is.
Could walk to the office and we had our own bathrooms in camp.
Electrician (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 6 October 2015
Speaking from the Saskatchewan area only. If you are an electrician looking for a job and not a career that's all aecom is. Forget about your future the project managers walk all over you. Basically a company where the field worker is treated like the lowest form on the earth. Managers forget that field are the ones that bring the money to their pocket. I suggest you keep looking for work and keep aecom away from electrical all together. They are ruining our rights as electricians.