PCL Construction Careers and Employment
- CEODave Filipchuk
- Company size1,001 to 5,000
- Revenue$5bn to $10bn (CAD)
- IndustryConstruction & Facilities Services
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Journeyman B Pressure Welder in Fort Saskatchewan, AB
on 31 May 2021
I have good experience in PclI'd like to work in the company with care to the workers and balance treatment for every worker and got paid for the hard work as well pcl also organized company but while I'm working with pcl I have carbon and Stainless, Gtaw/Smaw and CWB carbon /stainless welding ticket plus Tig/Smaw chrome P22 and P11 but the pcl have no extra payment even you have multiple tickets evenfor alloy welder that's why I'm not impressed to this company I will not recommend pcl to the Journeyman B-pressure welder because welding job is not easy especially in the field.
Receptionist/Administrative Assistant in Ottawa
on 8 October 2021
Terminated with almost no training or feedback prior to terminationI left a job to start with PCL Constructors in Ottawa. It took months to complete the hiring process from the beginning to end which was odd to begin with.I was given 1.5 days training and then was essentially on my own. I received almost no support from the previous receptionist/admin. I did my best, learning on my own. I was let go after one month and was only told that I had made some coding errors and didn't update an extension list on time...that was basically it. I am really upset that no manager came to me during my short tenure to tell me what I needed to correct etc. That is very unusual to get no feedback and just be let go.I think there is more to this story, perhaps they were letting the old receptionist move back into my position or some other internal shuffle.Bottom line, not a company that cares to help you succeed or offers any kind of support or training, at least in my case.
Labour Foreman in Ottawa, ON
on 4 September 2021
Easy going relaxed job for the most part can be stressful at times.I worked there for years, my time there was great I had a lot of great co workers and some good management, I also had some horrible management but that’s everywhere.
Journeyman Electrician in Claresholm, AB
on 5 August 2021
It has fun while it lastedI enjoyed my time with PCL. It was intimidating at first knowing that you're going to be part of one of the largest company, on the largest solar farm but it was only intimidation. PCL was very welcoming and straight forward, they make you feel part of the team. One of the best company I've ever work for.
Carpenter Apprentice in Vancouver, BC
on 16 July 2021
Terrible company will screw you over the first chance they getI would not recommend working for Pcl they talk a big game about caring about their workers but will try to screw you over any chance they get. I was injured on one of their job sites and then they tried to weasel me into not talking to worksafe and when I did they started writing me up for whatever they could trying to terminate me and when they had nothing to write me up for they just ended up laying me off while I was still injured. Overall the work is repetitive and your always babysitting the other trades, you’ll rarely do carpentry and will most likely be doing labour work.
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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two
Mostly talked about the rules.A little bit about my experience there benefits and what my role would be .Which never happened by the way
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