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If you get sick there's a chance you get demoted and put back on the casual roster, even if your full-time benefits are still active. If you get hurt working for a different employer your disability coverage does not apply. No real sick days unless you're office staff.

Answered 30 December 2019

They used to have a strict interview process but that slowly went away. Quite often they just match resumes to job descriptions and it's off to the races!

Answered 30 December 2019

Attempting to train, improve safety, and communication on-site. There is very much a culture of "don't ask, don't tell" when it comes to incompetency.

Answered 30 December 2019

None. Company culture is at best bland and undescriptive, at worst it is a game of musical chairs or snakes and ladders. Very much a "what did you do for me yesterday" kinda place.

Answered 30 December 2019

More mock drills, more rotation of regular staff between various sites, more training is done at head office.

Answered 30 December 2019

There is none. You get paid various rates depending on what site you are at. I had 4 different positions and was underpaid quite often. Payroll is good if you can catch their mistakes early.

Answered 30 December 2019

Health benefits, disability coverage. If you get hurt working for a different employer all your disability is void. The benefit package may seem decent at first but there is little to no guarantee you'll lose your position and be out of work for several months.

Answered 30 December 2019

Continue to look after your most important asset;
“The folks on the frontline”

Answered 22 February 2020

None, sweat pants and rude t-shirts are acceptable.

Answered 14 January 2020
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