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The manager there doesn't care if her people are trained properly. Even when you ask for more help she doesn't get it for you. Just so she can get rid of you after your probation. She came from the City of Winnipeg and I hear horrible things about her from there as well.
Most of the skilled trade and general workers very good at what they do. Upper management do not have a chance of succeeding, do not understand basic principles of running a skilled work force.
Not a healthy place to work
If you believe in safety and following OH&S rules and stand up for yourself you will be targeted and run out of there. Management are bullies and will intimidate you and make your life a living ****. I recommend that you do not work there.
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Working here would be good if the manager wasn't so 2 faced. He pits people against each other and does nothing. He is very hard to work for and I can't understand how he keeps his job. Employees would be much happier if he left. Would also be nice to get a raise as one has never been given and until the union contract is in place can't see anything good happening here. If people here were like the HR in Vancouver I think we would all be happier. We just want to know we are valuable and be treated like human beings.
My experience working inside the Bouygues group was very interesting, considering that I had many opportunities to get independance on work. I also had the opportunity to work on state-of-the-art project with the ebsts architects such as Christian DePortzamparc.
Professional/Personal life balance
Manager loves to micro manage and change policies on a weekly if not daily basis. Clear favoritism of certain employees vs others. Use union policies when it works for them, otherwise ignore other parts of the agreement. Job wise some co workers are nice and genuinely would like to help, others treat it like high school and have their own little groups or factions that they stick to and try and make others working lives difficult. Culture not the greatest, but the pay isn't bad. Pros the paycheque, cons clear favoritism of certain employees by manager and work culture.
Worst place i have ever worked, they treat there staff very poorly. Managment is poor. Overall not a good place to work.
They lie on there pay. Management treats you extremely poorly even when you genuinely need help. They don't train staff. They broke some labour laws. Over work staff. Terrible company to work for!
Le planning de la maintenance préventive et prédictive joue un grand rôle pour la survie des machines. C'est donc un véritable challenge d'anticiper les pannes avant même qu'elles ne soient détectées.
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I have been an employee with Bouygues for a few years. The company is trying to strengthen their workplace culture and have seen improvements with ensuring the right people are hired in the right positions. The company is maturing and the people are all very nice.
working environment, friendly staff
lack of staffing levels to meet company goals
I have worked for over 35 years and have never seen such a mismanaged company. Upper management has absolutely no clue on how to operate and maintain a facility. The staff turn-over rate is absolutely ridiculous over the last two years.
Have some great trades people but not much hope with the useless upper management team.
The entire upper facility management team needs to go.
I have to admit the pay is great but the probation is 6 months which is way too long. The employees there are not friendly at all. The management does not consider the workplace conflict at all. Any new hired person is just another person who they can fire and rehire any other person. I am not very impressed with this company. If you do get hired at this place all you can expect is to work overtime shift with no social or family life. There is no appreciation from the management or your co workers.
lots of overtime (16 hours a day is a norm)
If you don't do your job and try bluff your way through then you will be found out because of all the reports and paperwork that has to be filled out because of the contract document of the P3 sites. One of the sites won the 2015 BC Operations team of the year so they must be doing something right. Senior managers will support the employees but because of some past middle management employees trying to pretend they know everything and not wanting to listen it went a bit sideways at times. It looks like they may be weeded out so it should get back on track. Bullying or employee disrespect is not tolerated and dealt swiftly when or if it arises. Pay is above average and the working conditions are better than most places I worked. It seems a lot of other posters here have been negative but I am thinking it's the ones that were left go for not pulling their weight are saying these comments. At the front line there is little to no staff turnover which speaks for itself. If people are happy they stay even though you always get the moaners no matter how good things are. The majority of people will help and listen to you here. There's a few that would not but who needs them anyway. Long term employment is a bonus working for this company.
Good working conditions. Good pay. Can learn a lot from senior management
A few negative people but you get them everywhere