Supreme Steel
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CNC Beam Line Saw Operator in Acheson, AB
on 21 March 2020
Overall was good
Union is bad, they not tell you information and they can not protect you. Some long term foremen working like old school. For the training and safety they're good.
Fitter in Acheson, AB
on 19 June 2021
Night shift crew was pretty good
My over-all experience from working at supreme steel was very mixed. The people I've worked with( Other welders/ fitters) were absolutely great .The night shift superintendent was fair and justifiable the line supervisors were not unfortunately. I felt the way they were trained wasn't sufficient and it seems like it's bringing down the morale of the crew, always reminding you that you could be replaced and don't really bring out the best in their crews or individuals like myself they need alot of work and growth. Day shift has alot of influence with assistance to the poor morale. Always on the night shift crews case. Crying and complaining about everything having unsafe work ethic and the use of modified tools would be found from their shift. if dayshift management doesn't like ya they will make sure you get fired.( in my defense, I think it was a safey card I wrote that pointed something out that was very unsafe that got the day shift line supervisor introuble after that it seems like he was on my case. Telling the night line supervisor to get rid of me.) they enjoy firing people especially in times like these. gross in my opinion. Even the hr's attitude to us employess seemed like we annoyed them. that reflects on office management attitude towards floor guys. Sorry to say but I will not recommend working here too much drama wow
Yard equipment operator in Saskatoon, SK
on 7 June 2021
Useless management
Was working as a yard equipment operator on night shift and had zero feedback or constructive criticism after being there only a month. You are treated as nothing but a heartbeat there. Extremely high employee turnover. Don’t attempt to be proactive in this job, management absolutely doesn’t like employees that think.
Laborer/Operator in Acheson, AB
on 19 March 2020
Worst place I've ever workeda
The main thing that led me to quitting is the low morale in the shop. I found that everyone talked bad about each other and as a new worker, people were very cold to me. Management was some of the worst I've encountered and honestly, I have no idea how this company is surviving. Job security was low. Stay far away!!!
Maintenance Millwright in Edmonton, AB
on 6 March 2020
cant say here
well i cant really talk about it , everyone has to be polite all day long even if things aren`t right . also the fact that no one really cares anyways ,only tries to be nice and put that typical nice face and politeness smile on

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