Too complicated to work for a company who seems to be on tight deadlines and they really need to give better training . They also should mention that you need to pass a physical to be able to work for them .
No work to life capabilities. Clearly inept management and directors who can't figure out the simplest business plans. Then when they are over budget and incomplete they cover themselves by throwing anyone under the bus. Avoid Alstom.....
Every customer and site has it; it has its own administrators and people, depending on which site you will develop and ensures that you still take care of the company's interests and processes, and then you will have good working hours at Alston
No culture. French speaking people will speak French in front/around you and always telling you to take French lessons. It's Canadian projects! Limited guidance and support from management. Poor project management tools.
work is done in a safety oriented environment. respect and courtesy are expected and projected. detailed tail board meetings each morning provide clear instruction and opportunity to ask questions with clear answers.
lots of growing pains, extremely tight deadlines that require mandatory overtime with very little advance notice. Paperwork that had to be completed on own time. Too many meetings that cut into productivity.
Very large company, huge number of projects worldwide. Very supportive and collaborative management staff. Good communication plan and software support. Local management very supportive with safety culture.
Faire attention car la compagnie engage des détectives privés pour suivre les employés dans leurs quotidiens en cas d'arrêt médical ou accident de travail. Le Direction de Sorel a déjà licencié abusivement 2 employés après des accidents de travail avérés et constatés aussi par le médecin de la compagnie. Tous les employés mises à la porte sont de minorités visible, est-ce par hasard?
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This is an early day workplace where I Learned how to use power tools, Read electrical blueprints and schematics and comprehend work instructions. the workplace is multicultured with people from all places and was a good experience. the hardest part of the job was to manage the tack time for completing a car so that it leaves the supply chain. And the most enjoyable part was working with different skilled people and to learn from them.