Hibco Construction Careers and Employment
- Company size51 to 200
- IndustryConstruction, Repair & Facilities Services
Salary estimated from 81 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
Carpenter in Edmonton, AB
on 7 July 2021
Far from perfect but a good place to workI enjoyed working at Hibco. The field staff was among the best I have ever worked alongside. Management was alright, but I had my share of issues. I was paid less than journeyman rate for a reason that was never mentioned in the job listing or in any employee literature. I was told I could negotiate a raise at the time of my 3 month review, but that never happened (for myself or any coworker I knew of). Getting reimbursed for mileage was often like pulling teeth, and some staff acted childishly and unprofessional during these situations. Mistakes were punished with belittlement, occasionally with yelling and/or name calling involved. However they knew to turn the charm to 11 if they needed you to work all night or come in on a weekend.In the end they weren't even honest with me concerning the end of my employment there. I was told I would have two weeks off while they "sorted out some paperwork for some upcoming jobs". After two months of waiting, being fed the same canned response as to when I'd be back, and in general feeling like I was being lied to, I decided to look elsewhere for a job.
Skilled Labourer in Edmonton, AB
on 8 April 2020
FunGood place to work as there was always new jobs to do and learn. the staff is very friendly and outgoing making the work environment desirable. Was never a dull moment.
Cabinetmaker in Edmonton, AB
on 4 April 2020
Fast paste, caring environmentGood owners and friendly environment. The shop was well organised and handled. I would recommend those who have some experience in the field to try them out and see how far you can progress.
Carpenter in Edmonton, AB
on 26 February 2020
Wouldn't recommendWouldnt recommend Hibco to anyone. If i knew they would push me to quit i wouldnt bother appling. Save your self the time and effort it isnt worth it.
Supervisor in Edmonton, AB
on 30 November 2019
Horrible company to work for!They will cut your hours just before your 3 months and force you to quit so that you can’t get EI and they don’t have to pay you benefits. After I left I stayed in touch with a few of the guys that still worked there. They were all hard workers and they did the exact same thing to them before their 3 month probation was up, cut their hours and forced them out. I would highly advise against working for this company if you want stability and a long term job.
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