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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
I have worked at Bouygues Construction for about 7 months. My typical day includes liaising with clients, document control, surveying the construction site, inspections and recognizing deficiencies. I originally worked as a consultant so I have learned all that I know about general contracting at Bouygues. My team has provided me with patience and the resources I needed to learn/complete my job with ease. The hardest part of my job is getting a hold of trades to complete deficiencies and the best part is dealing with people.
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Pretty much same experience as majority of the previous reviews. Globally a generally good company, just seems to have the wrong group of people running it locally. Sop's are out dated and in some cases not even relevant. Management loves to change policies on the fly or as it suits them. No manager at this site remotely has a clue as to how a unionized site is or should be run. Turnover rate is second to none which adds to the chaos. There is absolutely no coaching and training is minimal. Communication between management and employees is minimal. There is a bad atmosphere created by management. Avoid, besides a good pay cheque not worth any one's time.
unqualified management, lack of training, unethical treatment of employees
This company has one of the worst reputation period. Management is indeed incompetent in their actions and treat all their staff horribly from the housekeeping, help desk, and technicians. There is no synergy in terms of working together and instead there is always the finger pointing of "who to blame when something goes wrong". The morale is low between staff and at times coworkers fight with one another making it a high school environment which is pretty sad. The possibility of things will get better is not realistic as every procedure is made up out of nowhere and there is a lack of communications between staff members which makes it frustrating to work here.
Decent pay and benefits
Unethical and it will continue to be a company with zero reputation
Management in this organization needs a reality check. When employees within this organization are vocally complaining about the work environment through these reviews, you can be sure this is a sign of poor management. They have a bad culture of throwing their work down the food chain. Managers pass their duties to supervisors such as budgeting, administration gives their scanning and other work to the help desk, and the stock administrator gets housekeepers to do their own inventory. Management keep telling everyone they “Have had some growing pains but things are improving considerably as the right people are hired”, maybe it is time you fired all the wrong people you hired and see if things improve. They don’t value communication with their employees and fail to pass along new information about company policies or procedures that will affect the way staff members perform their jobs. In an organization where management is unable to provide consistent and realistic guidance, give conflicting signals and refuse to accept reality are all signs of an incompetent management.
Management, and Organizational Culture
Very good company to work for, pay and benefits are probably the highest in the sector. Have had some growing pains but things are improving considerably as the right people are hired. Very ethical company/group to work for. Takes bullying and harassment claims seriously and has terminated staff who were found to be bullying and harassing it's employees. WCB has given great reviews on our policy and process around such claims. The company has gone through some growing pains but is starting to turn the corner. Job postings are awarded based on the Collective Agreement and not based on favourtism as others have alluded to.
Great pay and benefits
Growing pains that the company is starting to overcome
I agree with the poster above. It is true that this place will always throw you under the bus. The management is a joke and they are always hiring which is a red flag. And its true that a number of management are from the fast food industry ie Burger King.
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Non of the management is qualified for there jobs. I guess you can't accept too much if your managers come from McDonald's and Burger King. No open lines of communication with management or supervisors or supervisors to employees. No support, guidance, training given to employees. SOP's got changed on daily and sometimes on hourly bases. Management always throw you under the bus even for there mistakes, and don't take responsibility. Only co-workers are helpful and will help you.
The work schedule, start and stop times and days off varied from week to week and sometimes day to day. I learned to use a range of skills on a range of equipment and was not bored in what I had to do. Management did not always understand the niche job requirements, but that may be typical anywhere. Co-workers were great and will be missed. The hardest part of the job was the randomness to the shift schedule to balance with home life. The most enjoyable part of the job was the unique environment. Good benefits package.
I was able to use a range of skills
Awkward shift schedule
Always be on time to issue fuel to equipment, if I am not it could cost the company valuable down time, management is good as long as you are doing your job as is required ,co worker are cooperative so we understand each other function to work as a team, hardest part or my job is to get the paper work done when you are in the field and its raining, when I complete my routine for the day with out any glitches
the company pays for half
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