It is a small company with corporate mentality. I am grateful that they gave me a chance and taught me lots of stuff regarding calibration. When I wanted to learn more that is when they draw a line, they wanted me to be programmed to do the job and not ask questions.
I loved to work there since they truly have really great calibration equipment and some really smart people, but management was horrible.
They don't talk to employees and they don't try to resolve any issues. Typically they ignore you, even sometimes when safety was compromised. Lots of "double faces"
Unfortunately I was forced to leave even though I really liked the job and got along with most of the people.
Pay was decent, but it comes with the price(staying late, traveling a lot, dangerous driving and living in hotels and camps).
Work hours on site would be typically until you finish, which would always be super tight and depending on a co-worker you could work 12h 5 days in a row. And then also expect to come late back home and leave sundays which are paid just as living allowance(no driving or working included).
Expect to drive in night time on ice, snow, rain or sunshine with your head and expensive equipment.
Decent pay and no expenses when out of town, very easy job but tight deadlines
More and more work but less and less pay