Haul Truck Operator (Current Employee) – Elkford, BC – 27 July 2018
Teck is an alright company to work for. Management needs to treat their employees a little better and not like they are just disposable. Wages are very good and the benefits are good as well. Not a good place to work if you are driving back and forth from a different place. the two days and then two nights schedule the four days off could be changed to benefit the employees and employer. They also say saftey is a big part of the job but it could still be heavily improved and put before production.
Pit Utility/Haul Truck (Former Employee) – Fording River – 11 May 2018
Working in Teck’s mine was by far the worst job I have ever had! I was treated like a piece of trash. Dispatch regularly tells employees to work regardless of safety in doing so. Very poor moral. Horrible shifts. They can keep you casual for as long as they want and lay you off at any time. Not recommended to my worst enemy.
If you are not from Canada dont except to be called by recruiters not a diverse company when it comes to hiring just unjust even if you are a very skilled individual as trump said only American now it's only Canadian good luck.
Senior Process Engineer (Current Employee) – British Columbia – 8 May 2018
Teck has some merits including good job security, safety culture, diverse products. Teck still needs to work on integration of and collaboration across various Business Units and consider career advancement based on professional competencies instead of personal relationships
Executive Assistant to CIO (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 4 April 2018
The layout is complicated, too many floors, inter departmental liaisons are difficult due to the layout of the offices. Work is great and culture/people were excellent. Hierarchy is difficult and inaccessible.
Mechanical Maintenance Supervisor (Former Employee) – Highland Valley Copper – 3 April 2018
Poisonous atmosphere. Nobody is happy! Managment is run by people who know nothing about mining but only bottom dollar! Frontline supervisors have to be yes men or are let go! Everyone is afraid for their own jobs and coward to upper management. If you have morals do not apply here or they will strip you of them or let you go!
Tire Technician (Current Employee) – Sparwood, BC – 2 March 2018
advancement always available work with a good team union orientated company that is striving to improve working in boundaries of policies and procedures can be frustrating at times but it is there for eveyones safety
HAUL TRUCK DRIVER (Former Employee) – Sparwood, BC – 15 February 2018
Worst place I have ever worked. 5 yrs of my life I wont get back. They treat you like garbage, your just a number, and its always your fault. If you don't care about how your treated then this is the company to work for.
Process Operator (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 17 January 2018
I worked on a demo project during my time at Teck Resources. The project ran 8-months and included night shifts. Although overall I saw this as a good experience, communication through the ranks was not ideal.
Human Resources Manager (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 14 December 2017
I would struggle to think of any serious downsides to working at WaterAid other than some probably pretty unavoidable silos between the departments as whole, a natural situation for an organisation of its size and scope.
Maintenance Foreman (Former Employee) – Sparwood, BC – 27 September 2017
Classic example of Money can't buy happiness! Iv'e never witnessed so people making 6 figures a year be so unhappy. I feel the company treats them okay, with a lot of bonuses and days off but it is a toxic environment to be in. Good Riddance!