AR Progress Billing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 April 2018
Changing priorities daily to meet business needs & demands. The hardest part of the job is having too many deadlines at once. Enjoyable part of the job was working with management then who are very supportive & understanding.
Electrical Foreman (Former Employee) – Merritt, BC – 21 February 2018
Although organization was not the greatest and job stability was in question a lot of the time i did enjoy the people that i worked with and their ability to always strive to do better. safety was great.
Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Bethune, SK – 5 October 2017
Work was great but like all construction jobs, we worked ourselves out of a job. I hope that K+S Potash Canada decides to expand this mine. The Local 179 Pipefitters and Welders Union did a wonderful job.
The free lunches at the camp were great
Those who chose to travel daily were not very well compensated
Procurement Manager (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 22 August 2017
Overall average income for the construction industry. Not competitive with O&G. Management culture is loose. They will talk about internal advancement, but, always hire outside the company for top jobs.
Labourer (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 9 August 2017
Works not bad, this new fibre division is really messed up for the pay and benefits though,.50cents an hr to pension.... And to find out theres other companies coming on the sites taking half your work at a higher rate is really disheartening.