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what i learned is how to work effectively and efficiently . The work place culture is fun and everyone got along well. the hardest part of the job is the long hours.
long hours (14-15 hour days)
They are not family oriented, like they say they are i could never spend time with my family. I had my new born son that I barely saw, and they will start cutting hours if you say no if they call you and ask you to work, nothing is done properly and everyone will stab you in the back including Human resources and project manager, and they don't not pay any properly
Anything you could think of.
Was there 8 years amd learned so much. Best company i ever worked for, to bad i left and ruined my career tho. Been trying to get bk on gor soong but haven't had any success. Been ki kicking myself wver sence i left. If you get on here be smart dont leave.
I told them on my phone interview my work skills and experience, I started working for this company August 10th , 2020 Everybody in that crew was new including myself The foreman of that crew was very nice and easy going. The first week started beginning was good running smooth then Wednesday came where we worked 12 hours in the sun and Forman had asked everyone if everyone wanted to sleep in and come in late the next day some agreed some didn’t I slept in the next day and drove right to the site In the morning , when usually I’d go to the shop and get a ride to work site, we spoke on the phone for the interview they knew everything about my situation and still didn’t care because I don’t in trouble for that day for sleeping in when the boss had offered and I accepted The next week after I was at work till 2:30 pm on Wednesday the 19th I went to Forman and said I’m not feeling well and that I’m going to stop for the day and go home didn’t want to am hurt myself or other He had said “ if you have to go then you have to go “ I obliged and said see you tomorrow Also have a Doctors note from my family doctor from that day but I still got a call from the office saying I just left the premises without saying anything which is very incorrect then proceeded to say I’m not working for the rest of the week due to that and she had also gave me a lot of problems and grief over the phone when I was just protecting and defending myself they made it seem I was doing negligence when that wasn’t the case also had told me I’m wasting her time on the phone very rude of Heather but I - plus...
We have regular team check-ins which is great to keep everyone on the same page. If you have ideas the company and the teams are open to hear recommendations. Management is approachable and support continued growth in their team members. In construction dead lines are important, there are times when things get busy and you really need to pull together as a team to get the work completed on time.
Free food, comfortable office setting, opportunities to learn, great work life balance
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Poor experience, long hours, too much travel. Very high turn over of employee's. Expected to work extra hours and defer overtime to regular hours. I would not recommend working for this company.
If you like traveling to dirty factories all over Canada
Away from family for extended periods of time
Réponse officielle de BNE Contractors24 juillet 2019
We encourage you to speak with your manager and / or your union steward about your concerns. We will happily explain any terms of employment or policies to provide clarification. Field installers typically work 8.5 hour shifts and it is not our practice to defer overtime, ever. Fair wages are paid as per the collective agreement. Travel is a requirement of the job on occasion as we perform installations from coast to coast across the Country, which is a great opportunity to see our beautiful Country on the company dime. Out of town work isn't for everyone and we respect that, but our employees are always fairly compensated for their time and hard work on all projects, local or out of town.
Réponse officielle de BNE Contractors6 août 2020
I am very sorry you had a bad experience working with us. Your account of expectations for additional hours and OT deferral is incorrect though. All employees are paid fairly and properly. We are up front about travel expectations in our job posts and throughout the interviewing process, and many of our employees enjoy the opportunity to travel the country! Yes, employee turnover can be high at times as it can be difficult to find hardworking team members who fit with our company culture which is based on teamwork, reliability & professionalism.
Days can be hard at times but its worth it for the end results. plenty of skills to be acquired, some of which from the best guys in the industry. average of 12 hour days, working all over canada.
Management acknowledges and rewards hard work and dedication. Plenty of opportunities to grow with the company and make a good living. Safety is a top priority for all personnel. BNE is a great place to start or continue a career.
Learned to polish and finish concrete floors. Really dirty environment but a great place to learn everything there was to learn about handling concrete cutters, buffers, polishers, grinders etc..I loved the long hours but unfortunately being sent out of province where special licences were required to work there and not having those in place ahead of time made it very difficult to work. Unpaid travel from one province to another was also not easy on the pocketbook.Hard on the knees and hands until I was able to get used to the vibrating of the equipment.