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If you were to leave Horizon North, what would be the reason?

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Unless you are content being a lickspittle to management and are fortunate enough to shank a co worker and throw them under the bus before they set you up for the fall your days are numbered.

I would definitely say the reason I will end up leaving this company is the boys club and cut throat nature of senior management and higher. These are people that preach team and then the actions they demonstrate are me, me, me. You get the feeling here that they would sacrifice their children to climb the ladder or maintain their positions.

I agree poor management all around. Poor maintenance management. Alot of breaks for religious reasons while others take on rest of work. Not fair and not being equal to all. HN should come up with a better solution to make equal opportunity for everyone.

Most of the immigrants 99.9% of them is nothing but trouble irritating they love to put work off onto other people and don't know how to do nothing and lazy

Most of the reviews are true , lately see 75% immigrants and have no work ethics , sad to say . No proper English and cant read English. Makes it hard for the long term employees .having to extra work and get same wages I find that not fair . As far as I know all employees must know English and read English.

Agreed.lazy ethnic staff who refuse to speak English in our country and on the jobsite.no one calls them out on shoddy work....dont want human rights complaint.makes me nuts

Low p wage.lazy co workers who dont speak english or work for that matter.at all

Shortage of work

Foreman doesn't like me so no future. Depressing work place, no one around is ever happy.

Isolation.

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