North American Palladium
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Senior manager, communications, Thunder Bay

Thunder Bay, ON

7 hours ago

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Stakeholder and Social Projects Specialist

Thunder Bay, ON

4 days ago

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Electrical Maintenance Planner

Thunder Bay, ON

12 days ago

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Fixed Plant Maintenance Supervisor

Thunder Bay, ON

13 days ago

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Health Assistant

Thunder Bay, ON

19 days ago

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Safety Coordinator

Thunder Bay, ON

17 days ago

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Control Room Supervisor

Thunder Bay, ON

18 days ago

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Senior Long Range Planning Engineer

Thunder Bay, ON

17 days ago

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Mill Operations Supervisor

Thunder Bay, ON

18 days ago

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Chief Engineer

Thunder Bay, ON

26 days ago

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Miner 2 Production – Operate ITH Drill

Thunder Bay, ON

30+ days ago

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Accountant, Reporting and Compliance

Thunder Bay, ON

30+ days ago

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Miner 2 Production – Long Hole Blaster

Thunder Bay, ON

30+ days ago

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Miner 3 Production – Operate LHD, Haul Truck

Thunder Bay, ON

30+ days ago

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Casual Occupational Health Nurse

Thunder Bay, ON

30+ days ago

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Trades 1 (H.V.A.C)

Thunder Bay, ON

30+ days ago

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Miner 2 Development

Thunder Bay, ON

30+ days ago

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Underground General Foreman

Thunder Bay, ON

30+ days ago

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Environmental Coordinator

Thunder Bay, ON

30+ days ago

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Trades 1 (Millwright)

Thunder Bay, ON

30+ days ago

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Development Miner in Lac des Iles, ON
on 24 September 2019
Camp Work
Camp work Camp is nice but hard to keep cleaning and cooking staff, which reflects on the condition and cleanliness Food is adequate at best. There is a high turn over here which makes the consistency of leadership and planned work hard to accomplish cost effectively Equipment is old which makes work very trying for the maintenance workers.
Miner 2 in Thunder Bay, ON
on 11 March 2021
Worst place to work
The direction is awful. They don't care about the guys and the work environment is bad even toxic. The general foreman is a megalomaniac liar and only think about himself, you can't trust him. The only way to get up the ladder there is to stab everyone else in the back. Always asking more to the guys but never giving anything in return. But I like the camp.
Remote Scoop operator in Thunder Bay, ON
on 18 February 2021
Terrible place to work
Equipment is falling apart, management does what they want and union doesn’t do anything to help. Wages are just barely acceptable for work conditions
Mine Electrician in Thunder Bay, ON
on 10 February 2021
Toxic work environment.
Turn over rate for Trades is about 20%. Management is horrible and HR are a bunch of c****. If you are happy at this job they will do everything they can to change that. Horrible food and camps.
Engineer in LDI
on 13 November 2020
Toxic Workplace. Terrible Management. High Turnover
This company has a 20-30% annual employee turnover. That should say it all. People quit, get fired, "lose their camp privileges" or get "restructured" on an almost daily basis. There is always the treat of being let go. This company was always in crisis during the time I worked for them. If they stuck to a plan for 3 months that was considered "long term planning". The upper management is volatile to say the least. The middle management is very young with no people or management skills. There is very little direction or leadership. You just try to do what you think you are supposed to do and reap the consequences (good or bad). The very high employee turnover makes it hard to do your job since your coworkers are constantly in training or the position is vacant. The only long term employees are the "buddies" of the management mentioned in the other reviews. On the outside it looks good but once you are working there you will realize its a very toxic work environment. Don't bother working there if you are looking to build a career. You won't be around long enough. There is a lot of talk of safety but I personally experienced many places that were lacking protocols. If you want to gain some quick experience, then you might want to give them a try. On the plus side, the pay was pretty decent and the operation interesting.
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