The overall atmosphere is one of poor planning, laziness and ineffective management
Carpenter (Ancien employé) – Victoria, BC – 23 janvier 2020
Unless you are offered the opportunity to fire 90% of the managers within this company and start with a nearly clean slate do not work for Campbell. Their inability to interact appropriately on all levels; within their own ranks, with architects, clients and their sub-trades marks this company as one in severe need of massive restructuring. The superintendents and management team are terribly unqualified, wildly unprofessional, apparently having had no training whatsoever in their respective disciplines. A small handful of their pm's, labourers and carpenters have the rare ability to be both capable and driven. The remainder of the workers do not care one way or the other, possibly driven to this extreme by their management team.
Decent pay and nobody knows what you do so there is very little discipline is ever enforced, As such if you’d like to do next to nothing and get paid for it this would be a great company.
No long term planning for manpower placement, Poor overall job scheduling, Extremely low benefit and compensation package. Poorly organized sites, Poorly maintained equipment and tools, Very little cooperation between the different aspects of the company, occasionally bordering on hostility.