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Avec les employés d'Engie relativement bien. On se doit de répondre au client sur le gun pour toutes demandes stressantes et incessantes.
Bon environnement de travail en général
Le client te traite quelquefois comme de la m... parce que tu es une entreprise de services
Head Office in Montreal has little to no interest in the support required in Ontario to make contract in Ontario successful. Very stressful, as little to no support in all areas of the company.
The management in the office would undermine the foremans. The project manager and construction manager would sneak around and literally bird-dog the workers threatening if they didn’t work harder they’d lose their job. Every single decision that came down from that office, roadblocked is, and when the job wasn’t we were reprimanded and threatened more and more.
While working for 4 years with them I had an enjoyable work experience with room to learn and advance to the position I am currently holding. They are a well organized company with a great core group of manpower that is organized and dedicated to quality workmanship.
Good shop /office staff
Poor project managers
The culture is awesome, the mission fulfilling. The job was not difficult. If you know someone, and hope to advance, you are "in like Flynn". Within six months of beginning employment, I beheld people go from data entry to team lead. Flip side of that coin? If you don't know "someone", please don't hold your breath. Yes, promotion appears almost wholly based initially on favoritism. Benefits are waning severely, especially the past three years. Quarterly questionnaires go out to employees, asking what needs to be changed and improved. Management made it clear no matter how much employees want or need, pay increases WILL NOT be a consideration (UNLESS YOU KNOW SOMEONE).So they give verbal pats on the back, and have management learning names and saying hello, in place of increased wages..This alone helped me go elsewhere, as, despite my Engie work experience, and previous MANY years experience in customer service field, it took me more than seven years to make, at Engie, what my previous employer was paying me when I was laid off due to economy. Entry level pay, though, I don't think can be beat in the Spokane area. Past the initial year, poor, poor less than the cost of living in most cases, pay increases (again, unless of course you are in the "in" crowd). Start here, don't stay here...unless YOU KNOW SOMEONE :)
poor chance for advancement; very little chance for supportive wage
Good assets in energy sector but poor management with unqualified managers driven by superiority feelings and anger towards employees with real qualifications. No feedback from upper management on real life work issues, just pushing based on profit for company. Financial shares are a joke.
Flex hours based on manager will
Decent pay and benefits