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safety was number one, if it was unsafe you did not do it with no questions asked. My direct manager was a delight to work for and if it was not for the oil field crash at the time I would have stayed working there. Benefits were top notch.
The only positive about working here is coffee. more bosses than employees no communication employee morale is so low its a depressing place to work. pay is not good
Management, no overtime
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Do as your told no matter why. All they want are lap dogs and yes men. Management only care about their bonuses horrible place. If you raise any concerns you are shown a stack of resumes and told you are easily replaced. Hr only looks after management not the workers wh work hard to make their pay cheques.
Used to be good working there before ( Eveready) but since it's clean harbors it is getting worse, they put the wrong people in management and they want you to be like a dealership, there is a lack of personnel, too much on mechanics plate for the salary they pay them.
Since being hired for one location & unable to supply a FULL crew to perform a service it was then shifted to relocate to another branch. Unable to commit to promises provided during interview. Expect senior personnel to perform duties for inexperienced hired people. Unable to retain experience due to misleading & false promises. Retaining persons with addiction problems thus putting strain on the current crew existing in area. Pay is on the power end of the scale. Have all eggs in 1 basket not wanting to broaden additional areas of business. Poor work moral.
Preach safety but does another, Low team moral, Allows addiction persons to currently stay emplyed, Low pay for the work required
Danger was very real working here, but we all knew our backs were covered by each other and the company. They have extensive training and first aid, safety gear that is state of the art. Everyone there was aware of everything that was going on at all times. You felt very comfortable working there. The most enjoyable part of the day was a job well done!
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- Grande Prairie, AB
Layoff of critical personnel has significantly increased the workload for remaining staff; extra, unpaid work hours are necessary to keep up with required work. Maintenance department management is very good considering the staff shortage. My direct supervisor is an excellent maintenance manager and extremely easy to work with. Apparently the recent downturn in industries the company is closely associated has resulted in zero salary increase for the last two years.
Excellent supervisors and managers are understanding, but unable to ease he workload due to severe staff shortage.
Extra, unpaid work hours required to keep pace with assigned workload.
I enjoyed working here, the workers were all knowledgeable and help me when I needed a hand. They all enjoyed working with each other and hung out after work to better get to know the people we, at times, put our lives in the hands of. Management was great and worked hard to make sure the workers were happy.
Good hours, Great Environment
Salary could have been better
the workers are good people but management is a joke. drilling division is a joke management will lie to your face and when ya confront them at the shop they will act like it never happened. terrible place to work if you want to waste years of your life go to this division that is going nowhere.
worst pay of all drilling company's, management with no people skills
Typical day at work - Overloaded due to lay off's and over-expectations on the remaining employees to pick up slack. I've learned to have a HUGE amount of patience with management Management - they're good personally but when it comes down to business decisions for the better of the organization, they're not there when you need them and they do not deal with problems accordingly. Hardest part of the job - Picking up slack from incompetent employees that they will not fire and hire someone that can do the job. Most enjoyable part of the job - Changing environment and ability to transfer to different divisions when positions open
Lots of OT if your allowed to work it
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