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Foreman in Calgary, AB
on 7 February 2020
Opportunity and GrowthFast growing company with opportunity to advance and travel for work. Great place to experience new challenges and grow your career. Definitely an equal opportunity employer with fair wages and benefits. Management group is consistent, knowledgeable and reasonable. Electech is one of the better company's I've worked for.
Apprentice Plumber in Calgary, AB
on 7 May 2021
Out going and good people to work withElectech is one of the best company I worked for, good employer and excellent employees, been to places I didn’t even think I’ll be there, met different people with good personalities. And I don’t mind going and working for them again. Specifically when people are respectful. It’s been a fun place to work. There have been days when we were pushed to work extra hours and late shifts, but it all worked out for good.
2nd Year Apprentice Electrician in Calgary, AB
on 29 January 2021
Slightly better than EIThe good : LOA = $15.They expect you to eat $5/meal in BC! Benefits that you get is the cheapest plan. They don't pay the extra time you stay if it is not more than 30 minutes and it will happen a lot.The bad:Typical construction industry practice where they force you to come weekends or last minute 10hrs shift. They always rush you to get things done. Nobody understands that you cannot have both quality and quantity.
Apprentice Electrician in Alberta
on 13 January 2021
AcceptableOverall this is an adequate company. They do not care about individuals. They care only about building the company. It is a fairly new company, it needs to grow. Most of the work is out of town, the LOA is terrible. Honestly 15 dollars a day is a slap in the face. It can be tough for people with family to be away as much as we are. There is not a culture of honesty among management. They will say what they need to to get their way. Truth is not a part of the conversation. They have work. If you want a steady job and can handle some garbage, this is acceptable. The people in the field are very good. Nice, honest, professional people. The quality of work is excellent. There is plenty of opportunity to learn, plenty of places to work. It is not the best, but you can do worse. The managers don't care about the workers, the workers don't care about the managers. If you can handle being on the road and getting terrible LOA, you can survive.
Electrician in Calgary, AB
on 14 March 2020
Higher ups point fingers/don’t care about workersSteady work but always out of town, without own accommodations (even when promised before leaving), cheapest places and loa is $15/day as it is eaten up by owner. Guys in “higher up” positions don’t see it as a team and constantly try and throw guys under the bus: so much so guys never even know what was said/made up about them. Also will ask employees to work on days off/etc but can’t help at all not even enough to take cell phone calls.
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