Good place to work as a level 2 electrician or welder. Work is expected to be completed in deadlines that are impossible to hit due to incompetence in the drawing packages provided by engineers, which again, ties into low salaries as they want top notch quality but aren’t willing to pay the price. As a welder/electrician you can expect to start at approx $23/hr or slightly more depending on experience. After multiple years, employees cap out around the high 20’s per hour or early 30’s. No sick days are provided. Overtime is expected, and don’t expect a thank you for doing so. 10 minute coffee breaks rather than 15’s. 2 weeks of vacation after one year, 3 weeks of vacation after 5 years, 4 weeks of vacation after 10 years. Vacation is taken off your pay from each paycheque, the employer doesn’t pay you vacation each paycheque, which is no surprise as it is a non union shop. Barely any sort of team building. For a shop that charges it’s customers multiple hundreds of dollars per hour for labour, it’s disappointing that the employees doing the hard work earn a fraction of that. Co workers are fairly kind to one another, a large diversity of race throughout the floor.
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