Fluid Power Engineer II (Current Employee) – Hamel, MN – 14 August 2017
excellent corporate culture, and friendly working environment. once a month social event to eating talking and drinking. good 401 plan. Good market strategy and very competition products . good management.good organization. beautiful building. efficient system. many talent people. hard workers. good market team to develop business worldwide. Talent engineers design varieties equipment to satisfy the customer requirement and improve the customer working efficiency and make more money. They make machines for united kingdom, Germany, Australia, Indian, China, Brasil, Mexico. There are branch in united Uk and Brasil Good company you work for. and good poeple.
General Labourer 1 (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 16 June 2018
Very poor management and superintendents they can write you up for the smallest things. They don't care about what you are interested in learning. That is why they have to go through many different types of people that apply. Either they quit or are written up.
General Labourer maintenance (Current Employee) – any where in canada – 17 May 2018
the company i work for it fail to keep good people with good mechanic they all quit due bad management the people who lead the machine doesn't have people skill, even the assistant manager
Travel to See the Whole Canada
too many cons can't name them, long hours work, work long way from home you will miss your family, manager or sup have no people skill how to treat loyalt good employee, manager and sup have no training experience, company have no clue how to train people before they go out for assigment, they don't care if you quit they will find someone else, if you not they favourite to chance to move up it doesnt how much mechanic you know
Lead Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Hamel, MN – 16 February 2017
Work is tough, long hours and heavy labour but rewarding due to the salary returned. You work 10-20 weeks out and home for 2 weeks on average, working 70-90 hours a week. If you enjoy the labour type work it's a great experience, lots of travel, lots of work, some easier days in comparison to others but mostly steady work.
Good rate of pay, Fast Experience, Move up quickly
Lack of training, Inability to manage home and work life due to travel
Management and supervisors have no idea on how to run a successful company
Rail grinder (Former Employee) – Canada – 17 March 2016
This is a very poorly run company , safety is the last concern from my experience everything is about production production production and the safety of employees and maintance of the machine are put last as well as the machines are under staffed so you are sometimes doing the work of two people .Secondly you are getting paid a little over minimum wage at 15$ a hour and are working and doing maintenance the same as other companies who are paying almost double the hourly wage . The supervisors and maintenance leads are usually young and inexperience in life let alone mechanical ability so jobs usually are not done by procedure and are half assed put back together . I personally think loram needs to spend a bit more time and money in properly training there crew in mechanical ability and there supervisors need some management course and how to deal with the employees
The company is on the verge on losing there contract on all CP tracks to a new competitor and maybe they should it might make them wake up and realize they are not doing thing right
There are no pros
Long hours, no living allowance, dirty, supervisors have no clue, safety is at level 0
General Laborer (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 7 April 2015
If you enjoy being harassed on a daily basis and being threatened to lose your job on a constant basis even though you're busting your rump for upwards of 17 hours a day depending on weather, machine break down, and horrible boss. This is the job for you.
I chose to quit due to the amount of harassment coming even from upper management.
paycheck's were ok but all overtime
no payment worth your skillset, long hours, away from home, no advancement, LOTS of harassment, constant yelling, expected to know everything about the machine 1 week on the site.