Journeyman Electrician (Former Employee) – Dawson Creek, BC – 24 September 2018
As with some other employers they seem to struggle with getting the appropriate tools and materials to the job site. I found there safety culture to be very good and people were comfortable bringing up concerns. In my experience, paycheques were accurate and on time.
Journeyman Electrician (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 4 April 2018
people seem to be a consumable commodity. this company is based in the states and could use some more solid technical people here. Management seems very poor which was obvious to both employees and clients. I would work here again if I had to but I wouldn't hold my breath for a long term position.
Labourer (Former Employee) – Gorham, ON – 24 January 2018
working 11 hours a day in any weather in and out side work i learned a lot about working on different road equipment and running different machines, management was good to work with and very understanding. there wasnt really a hard part to the day if your a hard working perosn and can keep up to the work enjoyed getting the job done and working with other people
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 14 July 2016
I work at night and I learned a lot and awesome training everyday is additional knowledge for me and very interesting. They send us on training related on our job and even safety and health seminars with certificate. The management every month they conduct a meeting to updates us the company. The supervisor veryday they talk to ask.my co worker same we have a conversation related on job. For me the hardest job is always in the beginning because you think to much but after all of hard work training and patience then it's really easy and you love it and indeed it's fun
productive, learn more skills, good team work, approachable to the management
4th year Apprentice Electrician (Former Employee) – Acheson, AB – 24 May 2016
Must be arrived on time. Having 5 minutes daily stretching for the condition of muscle being stretch. Job box meeting, talking about progress. What you have done and what you are suppose to do next. The hazard assistment. Make a plan with your team, eliminate hazard. Proper tools on the job. Proper PPE ( Personal Protective Equipment ) and etc...
Nice Lunch room, Fridge, Microwave, Lockers and also you can buy foods in the Cafeteria.
employee (Current Employee) – Acheson, AB – 14 December 2015
-Upper Management No Experience in Western Canadian Market. -Bad decision making in forecasting and targeting new opportunity's. -No training provided. -Wow factor with facility appearance, but disappointing factor with completion on targets on projects etc.
Ehouse (Former Employee) – Acheson, AB – 30 November 2015
There is no job security. One day they say lot of work, next day there is layoffs. Not good management. Last year too many people were hire and the plant extended too much. This year many people were let go when oil price went down. There is no work life balance, lot of stress to get work done when it is busy.
second year electrician (Former Employee) – edmonton alberta – 14 May 2015
If they ever get their behinds in gear i would work for them again in a second. Excellent company just not enough work. They would treat their employees like people, give you props for doing well and would always be positive.