aerospace div (Former Employee) – Laval, QC – 26 January 2018
aerospace division is work work work and low pay. Overtime NOT PAID .management is on a power trip. cant keep the good employees , lots of turn around .management has no knowledge of how to direct a work place. my way or the highway attitude , benefits are good and so are most of the employees , hours are ok , if you need HR for an issue , they will NOT help you , they are 100% for the company not the employee. hard work is not apreciated. BEWARE. off site is great working at the customers but many hours required , sometimes day and night , even weekends. if you are young , get your experience and get out , if you are older , stay away
Warehouse Manager (Current Employee) – Burlington, ON – 28 August 2017
cut back on employees, putting stress on other workers to complete work load very little training, you have to find information yourself. inefficient management to keep and eye on employees stabbing you in the back.
Financial & Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Fort Mackay, AB and Burlington, Ontario – 10 June 2017
Worked for the company for nine years. There is enough freedom in the area of your work. That being said, sufficient training is provided at the time of induction and you have freedom to ask whatever help is needed to be effective on the job. Once you are comfortable on the job, you are free to work with authority in your work scope without close watch. You are expected to do your work pretty much on your own. Of course, there are internal controls and checks and balances
A once in a lifetime opportunity for a Block 2 Technician.
Field Technician (Former Employee) – Moncton, NB – 7 April 2017
Liebherr was a once in a lifetime opportunity for a Block 2 Technician seeking a Red Seal and a career with a progressive and innovative company. In the 4 year employment, I gained field experience working with some of the best personnel on material handling equipment in some of the most extreme conditions. I demonstrated competencies across a variety of machines and job tasks while interacting with many pieces of our organization and earning my Red Seal.
Parts Advisor (Former Employee) – Burlington, ONne – 4 January 2017
training by fire, never enough time for training updates for front line parts people. Management not aware/oblivious to issues with departments, more concern about cutting costs, saving face than concerning themselves with issues effecting the customers and the handling of customer orders,
Parts/Core Tracking (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 17 January 2014
- busy, always on the computer checking emails in the morning to update what was needed, a load of cores from SCL would have to be checked pertaining to the work order and component, cleaning ore etc -learned alot about the truck itself(Liebherr Heavy Hauler) work orders, invoicing, BaaN etc -we went through alot of managers, bad and good -co-workers were great, easy to work with well most -tracking the cores were difficult because they were sometimes tagged with the wrong work order and unit of the truck so to back track and guess was always the wrong thing to do but sometimes had to do it -working with co-workers and being busy was the fun part, being slow is never fun but you make the most out of your day if you can