Your just a number . If you want to work the money is there.
Field Service Mechanic (Former Employee) – Canadian Midwest – 25 June 2012
Work day is usually 10-14hr day. You learn lots from the people you work with every day, not the people in the office. If your in a service truck you might not see anyone in the office which is a good thing. Your fellow field workers will be some of your best friends because that's all you see cause you work approx 60-80hrs a week. The company always seems to be restructuring itself on a 6 month basis, the core values are the same all the time yet know one knowes them. They will work you till you won't work anymore. Employment expecantcy is less than 10 years in a truck. They know there the biggest and they know they don't pay the best. It's a old boys club.
employee share purchase program and good benefits
poorly managed company, you take a lot of responsibility but see no rewards
Human Resources Generalist (Former Employee) – Grande Prairie, AB – 2 March 2018
Talked about loyalty in their Mission statement, no loyalty on their end, learned a lot about compressors, booked travel and accommodations for our workers, I was health and safety co-ordinator for 5 locations in Alberta.
Challenging, Interesting & enjoyable place to work
Field Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB, Calgary & various locations – 9 January 2018
Days were often long & physically demanding but often provided many opportunities for learning new skills & a sense of challenge.Workers often demonstrated a group work ethic that moved you towards a common end goal. Found additional support when required.
The ability to continuously learn new & challenging skills
Position classifications were limited & determination of such arcaic