REV Engineering Ltd. Employee Reviews
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This company has a great management team, all very friendly with an open door policy. They are personable, address you by name and treat everyone with respect. REV encourages employee suggestions and feedback on ways to improve the company. They organize fun social committee events throughout the year, as well have an annual Stampede breakfast where all friends and family members are welcome. The month end safety lunches are the best (BBQ's in the summer) and I really appreciate the flexible work/life balance. They are understanding of all circumstances and work with you to accommodate you as much as possible. Overall the best company I've ever worked at by far.
Monthly End Safety Lunches, Social Committee Events, Stampede Breakfasts, Long Term Service Award Program, Employee Referral Program, RRSP Program, Good Location, Work Flexibility
I worked with rev for 7 months before having to resign for personal family reasons. I enjoyed the culture there (smaller sized company that does fun things for staff) and the team was really good. Nice people and management. Hire process and training was good. Job was as I expected, overtime was hard for me but I did it anyway. Would return if I didn't have to leave the province. Thankful for the opportunity, would recommend to friends and family.
good team, does fun things for staff, big free lunch 1x a month
Almost zero training to get any new people up to speed. Potential hires beware! this company is a total waste of time and resources. Management is absolutely abysmal and no help at all to their employees.
Zero Training, Good Ol' Boys Club
So they hire electrical assemblers, there is NO such thing! It degrades the whole trade! You should be a ticketed electrician to work on anything that has to with electrical. REV should be ashamed of themselves. Electrical helpers, electrical labourers, electrical assemblers, it's all wrong they don't exist. It's a way to not pay an electrician to do the job. This company needs to smarten up and give the jobs back to electricians and stop wrecking the industry.
Not employing electricians to do electrical jobs, Allowing not licensed people to work on electrical components.
Good people to work with, enjoyed my job, management was approachable. I was at the front desk, dealing with client/vendors on the phone, and also coming in. The culture was highly safety oriented. I found it easy to approach management, and to talk with my direct supervisor.