Conuma Coal Resources LTD Employee Reviews
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First time working at a coal processing facility. It definitely was dirty, physical work. Initially we were a week on week off, which was great, but then switched to 4 on 4 off which I didn't like due to my family life. Wages and benefits were decent, but a step down from my previous job. Not much to advance to it's all sorta the same, there was no trades options at the time. The folks I worked with weea blast and the supervisors were great
Lots of favoritism, struggle to keep well running equipment, quick fix and put it back to work, poor management, poor recognition of good work ethic, some of the worst operators I've seen while the good ones are unrecognized and underappreciated
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I've been with Conuma Coal since 2016 and it has changed my life. I love working there thank you Conuma. I love haven a week on and a week off gives me time to spend with my family and go camping ect.
Bonus great staff to work with
Unsure how many more years open
I found over all the job was good learned lots from my peers and I found people for the most part were willing to take the time to teach you. Alot of green people but that is mining. Biggest down fall for me was working with supposedly experienced operator's that didnt help people but themselves they were bad for morale and will be the down fall of any good company.
Poor management lead to no accountability. Felt as though people were out to get my job right from day one. Old boys club and if you didn’t get along with them then good luck
Management, long hours and long days, commute from town, no phone reception at site
Company used to be good , big slide in safety culture in passed year . People feel afraid to confront management about safety concerns . Pay is good but housing is expensive so unless you’re local you’ll be paying out the nose . No camp , no travel , busses used to transport to sites often broken down , no heat , etc . HR is often ineffective at resolving issues .
Pros: - Excellent pay. - Friendly co-workers. - 12 hours a day. - 1 week on, 1 week off. - Wonderful owner (CEO), great guy! Cons: - Management was passive aggressive, rude, disrespectful, micro-managed, and set me up for failure by giving falsely granted poor grades as an excuse for dismissal. - Management took requests from those that wished to try new things. They then set people up on machines they don't want to do out of spite and pettiness so they can laugh about it privately. - Management never presented opportunity to various workers to prove their worth, knowledge and dedicated. Judgment was often based on favouritism, seniority and job status. If you were a regular worker, you will be treated poorly, yelled at, and belittled in front of co-workers. If you're a mechanic or someone else of importance, you'll be treated with respect and dignity. Other thoughts: - I really wish I could award 2 or even 3 stars overall. But due to how I was treated, regardless how amazing the owner is, I can't spare it or recommend working there to anyone wishing for some stability or job security. People work there mainly for the money because there is very little incentive to stick around for anything else.
Conuma is a very enjoyable company to work for. They offer an excellent compensation package, and it is a great work atmosphere. Lots of opportunity for learning and growth if you are willing to put the work in... Hard work and dedication are recognized, and rewarded.