Skilled Labourer (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 7 May 2018
I have learned skills at Graham that I can take with me to future workplaces. Some of the duties I have done are: • Elevations with laser level • Work exclusively with Skid-Steers to make elevation in tight work area • Spot Skid-Steers around structures • General Clean up
Operations Accounting Clerk (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 16 March 2018
Fluor is a great company to work for. Very reliable work. Great people to work for. They are organized and they pay very well. The training department is also very good. Management was always very professional and well put together.
Payroll (Current Employee) – Calgary, Canada – 10 March 2018
Overall the company is good but not in Payroll. The management treated people in payroll as machines and often unfairly. Payroll Manager is micro managing. Counting all errors. Pointing out. No appreciation
Heavy Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 5 February 2018
Good opportunity for those who are committed long term. Good challenges for those who classify them selves as experienced. Does take a little bit to get trust they are a safe, strict oriented company but with time and proving yourself you can do well, and they are quite large so that’s another bonus.
Senior Labourer (Former Employee) – White Rock, BC – 1 October 2017
Typical for the construction industry. There arte many people involve in large scale construction projects and you must focus on the job you are tasked with so as not to hold up other trades from completing their job. You must also deal with and resolve any problems that may arise. This sometimes can create a tense working environment.
Carpenter lead hand (Current Employee) – Any where there's work – 17 July 2017
Some room to advance with dedication. If willing to travel lots of work to be had. Competitive wages. Upgrade bonuses for apprenticeships. Willing to pay for tickets required for specific tasks. Good crews to work with. Interesting jobs and places
Operations Accountant (Current Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 13 February 2017
Graham use to be a great place to work but is now overwhelmed with middle managers who provide little value and chip away at the company's bottom line. In an economy where we should be frugal, Graham is continually hiring over paid middle managers in corporate while front staff are laid off.