The old saying... "You get what you put into it" holds true for William Day Construction. If you put your heart into your work, try to understand the scope of your job and show you actually care, it will not go unnoticed. Do your job poorly and show that you aren't interested in anything, then you won't be around very long and you will come on Indeed and give a poor review. I can guarantee that if you work hard, show supervision you are invested in your job and willing to help in any way possible, that you will naturally have a good experience.
Working for William Day was probably the most dynamic job I've had to date...good and bad. You get it all... it's challenging, exciting and at times exhausting, but extremely rewarding. There is literally NEVER a dull moment and your days fly by faster than you can imagine. I moved on to pursue other ventures, but leaving was a very difficult decision and I still miss the challenge and the people.
If you know in your heart that you always approach challenges with 100% effort, then you will find success at William Day. Sure there are exceptions...but not many. If all you are interested in is the money and getting home at the end of the day/week, then you won't last very long. If you jump in with both feet then you will be rewarded with personal growth, great friendships and a long career with an exceptional company.
Good pay, Good benefits, Seemingly endless amounts of work, Great coworkers, Caring Owners
Stressful at times, work/life balance can be difficult during busy seasons