Husky Energy
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great job, great pay, great management, great extras

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I don't have anything bad to say about Husky, great company and I would recommend them to anyone. They have an open progression system up to a certain point for advancement.
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Stereotypical old boys club

There are more levels of “management” than there are in a wedding cake. Yes men have a hard time advancing, but if you’re a yes woman or yes visible minority, then welcome to the gravy train. Third world applicants will fair well as corruption seems to be the main flavour with this company. No one person gets rich by being honest. This company is so big and the management is so bad, it eats itself from the bottom up, in a top heavy structure.
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Document Control

The job was very busy. I was working with the Engineering Department. I have learned a lot about the oil and gas industry. Attended Safety Meetings. A typical day was multitasking between projects, drawing, packages.
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Good people

Good place to work with great people, the job itself was a little repetitive, but was able to mix it up with a few other duties, Most enjoyable part of the job was working with some of the other employees
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Husky is an excellent company

Husky is an excellent company. Desire to find another employer is based on personal issues. Enjoy working for Husky very much.

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Husky is an excellent company

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Husky is an excellent company
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Ideal place to work.

I would collect, analyze, enter data and verify entries fro accuracy. Create and print reports for upper management. Support the field and maintenance for proper data collection standards.

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Vacation Entitlements

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Too busy for time off
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Good experience

I was a summer student for them in Rocky Mounatin House. It was a good learning curve. They were a great bunch of guys.
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Decent work environment, gets boring after 3 years

The night shifts prove to be pretty boring, best used for studying for ABSA's or learning a new skill on you-tube. Try not to get suckered into doing Husky courses over getting your ABSA tickets. Most of your coworkers will be great easy going people, you're certain to find things you have in common, and you should because you'll be spending a lot of time together.

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Easy going plant

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Theres at least one questionable manager
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