Reviews about Pay & benefits for Operator at EVRAZ North America
Advancement is difficult you bid for open vacancies.
Operator (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 15 March 2020
Expect to be laid off. It's a unionized job and your advancement on the job is based on seniority. If you get hired you will be at the bottom of the list and during the next lay off of workers, which was a yearly occurrence while I worked there, your name will be first on the list.
Operator (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 25 February 2019
You don't need much in the way of qualifications and they pay you decently for being close to town but that's about it. the work is hard and management does little in any way to make it easier for you. production will always come first and if you have to miss your breaks because there's work to do then you'll just have to go hungry. The shifts are sporadic and are not suited to this type of work. It's mostly 2 on 2 off 3 on then reversed but only having a day and a half to switch from days to nights or vise versa is just not enough time so almost all of the staff are visibly over worked or just plain tired. It's a hard job but if you need the money they always have people quitting.
How much does an Operator make at EVRAZ North America in Canada?
Average EVRAZ North America Operator hourly pay in Canada is approximately $23.21, which is 26% above the national average.
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