Heavy Metal Equipment & Rentals
Happiness score is 45 out of 100
2.7 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Mining & Metals
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 29 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Field Heavy Equipment Technician in Fort McMurray, AB
on 11 December 2020
Great for getting into the sands
Give you all thr training, will pay travel give you a place to stay. Very good place to start but definitely not a career by any means. Pays very well and over time after 8 hours.
Heavy Equipment Technician in Fort McMurray, AB
on 4 January 2022
Would not recommend
Company is in transitionComplete lack of direction or workflow no support for front line workers. Very very hard place to work at when you are not provided what you need for the job. Equipment and service trucks are horrible , tooling , info, and training is non existent.
Heavy Equipment Technician in Fort Hills, AB
on 30 November 2021
Poor leadership.
Super unorganized and horrible business culture. Good if you need to make some money but I wouldn’t recommend staying with this company. Unless you are willing to suck-up to supervision don’t expect to be treated fairly.
HD mechanic in Fort Mackay, AB
on 27 November 2021
Poorly run outfit
Not a place for someone who has a good work ethic.I was lied to by HR and when I showed up at the shop they had no idea who I was or anything.. no organization or planning shiteshow don't do it...not worth the headache...
Field Service Technician HET in Fort McMurray, AB
on 12 October 2021
Absolutely terrible
Worked here for 18 months and ended up taking a lower paying job just to get out of the toxic environment that upper management had created. HME was a great place to work until certain people moved into a management role and ever sense then the narcissistic attitudes of upper management have ruined there employees attitudes and put a serious gap between caring about the work they do and just being there to collect a pay cheque.

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Process takes about a week

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Shared on 17 August 2021

Driving record, last time I had an accident, Do I drink/take drugs, marital status, do I have a handicap, do I think there is such a thing ans being overly cautious concerning load safety, how do I handle stress, what do I do on my days off.

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