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Upper management is short sighted. Has no interest in protecting the job security of it's work force. Wants to only work in one industry (gas) and has no interest in anything else. Economic down turn in oil and gas saw all of their Alberta staff left out in the cold. Pay is ok but a bit below the standard in the industry. Garbage representation (clac) Typically works 6 days a week. 10 hours mon - fri and 8 hrs sat. OT after 8, DT after 11. Benefits after 90 days. No work if it rains.
Occasional Appreciation lunches (on-site)
Lay off all january, all february, 3 weeks of march
This company does not care about their employees. they would through anyone under the bus at the first chance they get. A person can work their and give them their best and go over and beyond what their suppose to do and then when it comes down to it they don't care about you. They have their heads up Atco's rear end. Very disappointing! my opinion search else where for work opportunities.
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If you think your last job sucked go to Cuc they take retardation to a whole new level Dangerous job sites, poor management would be putting it kindly. Safety culture is a joke it ends as soon as you leave the shop Clac there joke of a union is in the company’s pocket they will actually help the company instead of the employee paying there dues. I’ve personally witnessed some of the sketchiest action I’ve seen in construction in 30 years with this company, the bottom line is they dont care about there employees at all
Free fr coveralls
Calgary directional drilling branch had an extremely high turnover and lack of work. Management was ok but you never really knew when your next job was and for how long anything was. Apart from that I enjoyed working there.
Payed well when out of town
lack of work
Seemed like a decent company and it probably can be but training was horribly done as if you're a good worker people are easily threatened by that. Foremen were alright guys other employees were decent enough but management os terrible. One general Forman is great the other is very rude. Watch everything you do cause someone will always be watching and throw you under the bus no one takes responsibility for anything. Was let go and shorted overtime hours, have tried to get paid but no one wants to deal with it.
Some good people
Worse than children
If they promote from within why are they putting ads up on indeed when they have perfectly capable employees for the jobs they are advertising. Secondly if the only good review about the company is from the staff that placed the ad what does that tell you about the company????? Thirdly the company is run by a few guys that really dont know how to treat employees with respect.
20 + years in the trades and this is one of cheapest worst places to work ever . Disorganized is a understament ! Mangement is out for themselves and will lie to your face ! Thay will use you and not think twice about it ! Guys on the crew are great to work with and fun to be around . That's where it ends
Good guys doing the real work
Mangement is the worst and unprofessional
As part of the Gas Fitters, we often cut & thread, install and test gas piping, install and activate new gas meters and regulators, meter moves and exchanges for gas utility companies such as Atco Gas, Fortis BC and Sask Energy. I learned a lot about gas utility type work in the gas fitting trade. The management are a good bunch of guys. They are easy to get along with and very friendly and easy to talk to. The co-workers I has at CUC were a very good bunch of guys over-all. They truly gave you the feeling that they "got your back" so to speak. The hardest part of the job can be sitting and waiting for the underground works crew to finish their projects first before the gas fitting work can commence with the tie-in of the riser to the building service. The most enjoyable parts of the job is having a chance to work with a great bunch of guys, the ability to work independently on jobs, yet still be part of a team. Also this is a unionized position with CLAC Local 63 that offers a very good benefit package and excellent group discounts.
Union wages and benefits and lots of OT when they do work.
Seasonal work, lay-offs & management always makes last minute decisions.
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