Utility Worke. Temp (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 10 April 2018
Horribly managed crews. Extremely disorganized. Low pay with promises of full time employment...most temporary workers have to put in 4-8 years before getting full time work. Temp workers still pay union dues but are not able to collect benefits. Short work days...scarce overtime and low pay for potentially dangerous work
Free PPE and good training courses, in town work
Low pay, short days, rain days, terrible lazy management
Lead Hand and Crew Supervisor (Former Employee) – North Edmonton, AB – 9 January 2018
A very safety oriented company. Employees are provided sufficient training to keep sites safe. There are chances to move up within the company, and if you ask generally extra training for advancement will be provided.
Comfortable pay and benefits
Job culture within the construction workers is not the best