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All 9n all a slow place especially in the shop. No structure and free to do what you will. However when work is busy there is way too much and hard to get time off.
Lunch hour in the shop
Varried hours and hard to manage work/life balance.
A very incestuous work place. Many people related or from the same area. Some fly ins and they were treated better than the bulk of workers. Supervisors and management very old school. Poor communication. Smoking rampant in pickups and areas where it was not supposed to be. Not much fairness in treatment, some workers given trucks and allowed to drive on and off site, most had to take buses. 15 hour day but only paid for 13. Work ethic pretty sloppy with lots of sleeping on shifts. Always playing hide and seek with Suncor personnel versus just doing the job.
Pay was good mainly cause overtime was paid. Hourly rate was OK.
See above, Not a professional work environment, People working when they shouldnt have been, (major hangovers), Yet these workers were kept on, after the season ended cause they knew the supervisors, or from the same town back east, Very old school, racist and all other stereotypes of blue collar work, Culture needs major overhaul
Good company to work for if you want to be away from home for a while. Pay is Ok but could be much better. Some of the management are great to work for and the HR personal are absolutely awesome and always will to help
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Working with Ceda was my first experience on site, they we great to work with, gave me lots of tasks to finish and lots of responsibilities. I got along great with everyone. I was only there 3 months but would’ve definitely stayed longer if other opportunities didn’t present itself to me.
Picked me up and dropped me off so I didn’t have to take the bus.
I was only there as a temp and they didn’t give any indication if I would get more.
One of the best contractors I’ve worked for. Decent paid, management is awesome. Very organized company . Well knowledge for the work you does , I would work for this company again .
Trainer had no training. Equipment falling apart. Break down all the time. Forced to stay for every shutdown even if you only come to work at just one. Poor management.
Poor living conditions
I was enjoying working at Ceda as great company to work for . I was a signed to have your equipment and take care of and sometimes have long distance to travel from work locations to another location.
I enjoyed working for this company. It's not super stressful can be slow at times, and high paced at others just like any job. The hardest part of my job was pressure washing summertime, but other then that is was not too bad.
The culture is terrible, there is no enforcement of policies and procedures. If your in the clique whether your a good employee or not your safe. They do not respect hard workers and people who have or gained knowledge.they smoke in trucks even though it affects employees, they allow their employees to sleep without consequence and go right ahead and play on your phone. Even know all the above is against policy for ceda and suncor
The upper management at CEDA have no idea how to drive this ship, and a more than likely are going to sink it. There is way to much back scratching going on at CEDA, its a pity because the company could be a great one, OMERS need to can the whole "C" Suite and a bunch of the fat lazy VP's and Directors.
Great folks in the field, the only reason why CEDA still retains the remaining contracts they do have left. Unfortunately this will not be enough to keep CEDA from ultimately sinking to a depth of no return. There is absolutely no upper management support from the FMM offices and the same to be said of the Calgary Executive team. It is an absolute crime that the company has managed to get to this point, and ultimately it is the men and women in the field that have to bare the consequences of the actions or lack there of from CEDA corporate. My one hope is that the Board steps in to right the ship before it is too late. To all of you in the trenches, keep your head up, stay focused and be safe. You all know that you are the reason that the execs/managers are still able to cash their paychecks, maybe they will realize that one day. Hopefully things will improve for us all. Someone who does care!