hard work with great pay and benefits.
2 week rotation when busy, day/afternoon shifts and learned how to
make utility poles out of limbed and de-barked trees.
break into teams with 2-3 charge hands
start with one skid of poles and work as a team to get through as many skids in a day as we can. Taking two 15 minute breaks and one half hour break throughout the day.
workplace culture - more... varies as all different types people work there so it depends on the team you are with.
hard on the body/lower back was the hardest part of the job as well as working in the elements.
the most enjoyable parts were getting to work with a chainsaw a ... - less
Proshigh pay, training onsite, decent facilities like lockers and showers, a dry room and big lunch room
Consschedule rotation, lack of communication between almost everyone, hard labour, working in inclement weather, little room for advancement.