Craftsman (Former Employee) – West kolareach – 17 February 2019
I have been work with in ten years ago I have been experienced my feil in craftsman I know how small incomes and big for eny mantence job that will cost me less than what amount of money will I received after my work has been done
craftsman (Former Employee) – Sudbury, ON – 18 February 2019
It's a great place to work if you love driving and talking to lots of people because you will do a lot of both. As for the work, the company is positioned to take the jobs most others won't touch. Basically you are dealing with the bottom of the barrel.
Home Renovations (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 16 June 2018
It is a good and nice environment to be around to be a part of a good change, repairing damages made in a house or changing the style of a house to suite the owner. Like changing laminate flooring, full bathroom renovation and all handy things in a house hold. I happen to lift a lot in the process and handle alot power tools
Not past interview (Former Employee) – Alberta – 9 April 2018
*A company that peels off the Workers wage (Siphon Effect) and the worker TAKES ALL RESPONSIBILITY/INSURANCE/PERMITS/TOOLS. Better off with Own Business or work for Legitimate Employer/employee situation. *This is a weak type of pyramid scheme. *Anyone who assumes low risk (which this company does) in a partnership type of business situation, is not to be trusted, as the company has little to lose!
This company assumes no risk
The risk is ALL on the worker!, Partnership is ALL against the worker!, False advertising on what actually is given back as wage/salary for worker compensation!
nothong yet (Current Employee) – burnaby – 26 January 2015
they have a great job application....and a typical day is work until break then break for 15 minutes then go back to work until lunch. half hr later even though you feel like sleeping you work untillo the job is done. the most enjoyable about the day is looking at the work you have did and saying," that is a great job."
ask all the right questions
ask too many questions that were not relevant to the job. discriminating against criminals
Drywall taper, home renovator (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 17 February 2014
When working for this company I was provided with job leads, I would go to the customers home and evaluate the work.projects that they wanted done. Provide the customer/client with a written estimate. If the client wanted to proceed with their projects I would schedule the start and finish dates, provide the customer with the required material list and suggest material vendors.
Office Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 December 2013
Fast paced during busy seasons which teaches you how to use your time effectively. Small office environment, so must be very self-motivated. Love being able to be responsible for various issues and interacting with customers and contractors.
CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Sudbury, ON – 15 September 2012
I learned Multi tasking at its best....the company was still all old school. Not computerized yet, everything besides sales were hand written. I learned how to balance 38 different craftsmen in 5 different cities. Answering phones and promoting work orders from potential clients, scheduling work for craftsmen, as well as getting daily reports from craftsmen. Filing paperwork/jobs complete. As well as electronic and regular mail. Faxing, photocopying and maintaining the office when the boss was out of the office. The most enjoyable part of the job was the interaction with the public and craftsmen.