Centre de location d'équipement Battlefield - Avis
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this is not a company that it was before ethics are not existed at all there. specially GTA operation is more comic. I really suggest to go and see how crazy things are a big revolving door.it was an eye opening experience for me that made me even change from this industry. branch managers and higher management are in constant fight with each other each will have their own crew and you are at a mercy of your coworker. easily you will be framed by your coworker.
work and work
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A company started by Southern Ontario hicks who do not respect people or the work life balance of their employees. Discrimination and intimidating employees
No lunches, no breaks, long hours, intimidation
Beware of the supervisor, I was given this warning before I started by some BER staff. After only surviving for 6 months and quitting because of a unqualified supervisorHi expectations and min support, just a poor working environment and negative culture
Pay was fair.
Lots of people quitting due to low wages and sub-par management (the branch and regional managers need to take a leadership/social skills class), can't wear a hoody in the winter when its minus 20 outside either. Guys get passed over for promotions that are given to new hires instead and the raises are pretty weak, if you even get one at all. Trucks are old and always break down and equipment is never working properly. I'd give this company 0 stars if I could. Run away and don't look back at this place, you'll save yourself a few headaches.
Leaving at the end of the day
Overworked and underpaid, no room to move up. Branch manager is a micro managing tyrant. This company is the laughing stock of the industry. The equipment is all junk as well.
Being on the road
No opportunities to advance
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it's an interesting place to work if you like construction equipment it's a place for you with this crazy job you work like a dog the only good thing is the people you work with the pay is really bad for dz driver.
Money is bad
Worked in Central region (Cambridge, Waterloo, guelph) , mangers were great with what they were provided from corporate. Central region was good I just feel that upper management was out of touch with reality. Hated being threatened that if you got a ticket you were fired. Severe lack of training for new drivers they throw you with another driver for a few weeks then your on your own they hire g glass drivers and expect them to know all the rules of the road and load securment and let them hop into a truck that’s rated just less then D class then wonder why their cvor is so bad. Again branch managers were awesome corporate needs to get in touch with their employees and reality. pay wasn’t bad but wasn’t great either they try to keep pay rates secretive as to not upset the guys that are being underpaid they will pay you as minimal as you let them. Work life balance was my biggest issue. If your single this would be a great job but not for family oriented people, in saying that they are good at working with you for appointments and days off.
Great branch managers.
Pay, work life balance, upper management living in an ivory castle who lost touch with reality.
In all my years of work, I have never seen an environment that is so full of finger pointers and back stabbers. There is no formal training, no manual to refer to. When a mistake is made, it is at that point that the "policy" is brought forward. The company says that they have your back, but when the S**t hits the fan, you are to blame and the customer gets their *ss kissed. After just a few weeks, I felt I was always having to look over my shoulder. Since I left, I have seen multiple Indeed ads for drivers in all locations. Total revolving door.
I've heard from numerous employees that central region is going union. The lack of pay pay increases this year and and shortage of overtime all around has finally motivated them to make the move! Now is the time to join if you are interested in this field.
Poor top level management
As an employee you are just another number to them.No matter how well you do your job the only way to continue to work there is to lick some behind. Any loss in profits for the company and it's time to shed some employees (which is bad enough) the only ones who get to stay are the people who suck that corporate weiner
The people who you work with
Pay is on the verge of poverty
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Emplois et carrières chez Centre de location d'équipement Battlefield
Keep in mind this review is written during COVID, so there are some differences in the workplace now, and they will remain in place for the forseeable future. At the beginning of COVID they only catered to salary employees, they cut all of the hourly employees wages and laid people off left and right. Even after restrictions were lifted and the company was once again profitable instead of bring wages back to what they were pre-COVID they simply remained the same. Now there are multiple people working here struggling to get by and the company simply does not care about employees. So keep in mind you are just a number to them and nothing more. This sentiment is reflected throughout the management structure entirely. They will never remember your name, ask how you are doing or ensure you are feeling ok and are safe. They institute safety policies not for the safety of their workers, simply to legally protect themselves. Their policy is that it is always your fault, no matter what. Accidents are impossible and can never actually happen. They also did not protect employees from the public, did not initially offer any sort of sanitation solutions to hourly employees and were overall not safe when it came to COVID, it took them almost two months to actually begin to protect hourly employees, they only protected salary workers (management and salespeople). The only saving grace about this workplace is the people you work with in the shop. They always are a good time to joke around with, and they will always share their knowledge and help you. Now that overtime is gone - plus...
Treated As a Number, Low Wages, No work life balance
I started on a seasonal contract in the Barrie and Bradford branch and the atmosphere was great, the managers were understanding and essentially ran the branch with the staff in mind at all times! After my contract had expired not a single person had moved on or left (approx 8 months) so there was no room for me there. I opted to transfer to the brampton branch where I found the worst manager I had ever dealt with in my life. He spent his days screaming at people for minor issues and chasing down staff who were on their breaks and tearing them a new one. Unfortunately his twin brother controls one of the largest clients the company has so he has his position simply duee to politics and bottom lines. I would recommend that people work anywhere but the brampton branch!
Save yourself a lot of headaches heartaches and money lost. This company will promise you the world and give you nothing. I had to use my own truck for a service truck I had to use my own phone for a company phone and I had to use my own laptop for a company laptop. All with zero reimbursement. The branch manager doesn't know the difference between a socket and a wrench and the front office lady doesn't know her head from a hole in the ground
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This company is unorganized unprofessional and management only takes care of themselves as long as they get there bonuses there happy if they have to spend any time or money fixing things they complain and there always trying to take shortcuts and are constantly giving workers more work then they can handle as well as jobs or work they shouldn't even be required to do but anything to save a dollar there If you want a real job that you can advance at battleisnt the place
A typical day at work was very hot, and lasted 10 hours. 7-5 I learned how to assist customers in need of product Management is good. As long as you do your job, you will be treated good. The workplace itself is good, some of the guys can be a bit much though. The hardest part of the job is the continuous heavy lifting, and the deathly heat. The most enjoyable part of the job was the new work experience I acquired.
0 training , you learn what YOU want , the place is filled with snakes in the grass unless you get into the "boys club " If you look the wrong way they will right you up & if you stand up for yourself......your days are numbered. They will find a away to get rid of you
free rentals on small equipment
long hrs with no respect, 20 cents a year raise
Good place to work if you are younger,very demanding due to the nature of the business,finding places incorrect addresses,difficult job sites to access with a large vehicle,dangerous at times if you were not careful,fair pay good benefits and profit sharing,etc
free rentals on small equipment half rate on big stuff
they keep their trucks way to long ie 13 14 years
The Job: It is not an easy place to learn, since the fast paced environment and lack of training make it difficult. As a rental industry, the main priority is getting equipment on trucks to customers. High quality work is not valued. Fixing equipment can also be difficult unless you are a quick self learner, since there is a very large variety of types of equipment. Most people who start, spend a lot of time unloading customers, or counting propane tanks or looking for buckets. You will not spend a lot of time fixing equipment. If you are promised an apprenticeship, you will not get signed up unless you push for it. Even if you get signed up, management usually does not help with paper work or setting up your school portions. You WILL be expected to work 11-12 hours a day. Pay is at the lowest. Coming from another job, I took a $1 pay loss but i was promised a raise when I got signed up as an apprentice but I never got it. The company SOMETIMES gives yearly raises but they only give about 40 cents/hour a year. During your annual review they will tell you that you are lucky to have a job and that you are already over paid if you complain about money. The Company: You literally are a number in this company. If you like to be unsafe or enjoy the lack of proper ventilation, then this is the job for you. Every year you are promised a hi-vis jacket but they do not show up until after winter has ended. It is very important to note that SAFETY is NOT important in this company, especially if it will cost any money at all. they are concerned about silly safety practices that only - plus...
Battlefield Sudbury is hands down the worst company to work for! Management is absolutely terrible! They treat you unfairly and you are just a number, they show no care for any of their employees! If you want something you might have to ask 10 times and wait 3 months and you still won’t get it. Get asked to work overtime and you can’t, the service manager will tell you that you have no choice and when you don’t show up cause you said you can’t you will still get in trouble! This place is highly unrecommended they pay very low for the amount of work they expect you to do!! They never appreciate anything you do but as soon as there is a small mess up they are quick to get mad and blame you. Save yourself the hassle and don’t bother with them. There is a reason everyone in the shop had less the 2 year signority. Extremely high turn over rate!