Hydraulic hose assembly, warehouseman (Former Employee) – Prince George, BC – 23 October 2018
good place for apprentices , set union pay rates and schedule , bitter front office staff and questionable competence from CEO, mangers asking to load huge track chains on small trailers that cant handle it ,
Credit Manager (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 27 August 2018
Corporation went through Alberta downturn with a negative approach to employee management and created an environment not conducive to employment security for staff regardless of seniority, job performance or ability.
Mechanic (Current Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 9 February 2018
Union Tractor has good benefits and a competitive wage. Sometimes they have you working 7 days a week, others sweeping the floor. I like the holidays that they give including extra time at Christmas and New Years. Good Group in Red Deer, old shop but they are building a new one.
Exciting, fast paced, different every day
Union tries to do more with less, I wait somtimes for special tools
Mechanic (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 15 December 2017
The company perches safety as soon as you start but then you go down to the floor there is no tools to do the job properly your always looking for slings and other stuff you need to do your job and if you don't have lifting eyes and shackles in your tool box then you won't find any around the shop.There always in a hurry to get the job done
It a job
Management, Long hours, no tools, tight dead lines
Parts Person (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 22 February 2017
The chance of advancement with in the company was opened to current employees first. I started as a warehouse picker then advanced through the years until I became a parts man.The most enjoyable part of the job was learning something new everyday.