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Great pay and great benefits but there is no job and life balance. Hours aren’t stable everyday so can’t plan anything in your life. Schedule is different everyday. In summer we have very long days and winter we get laid off with part time work
Good pay and benefits
management is forever undermining the strength of their workforce. Employees are constantly watching their backs .Personally I can say after being there for so many years that they were not the greatest career move I ever made.
Good pay rate
Dirty And unsafe
Prône la santé sécurité mais en gros préfére que vous by passer le système sans leur dire pour faire les job le plus vite possible avec le moin de matériels possible.... Parfait pour des jobbers non professionnel
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Pour le maigre salaire et le stress et l insécurité d emploie ça ne vaut vraiement pas la peine d'être traité ainsi. Ya mieux ailleurs. Et à lire tous ces beaux comm. Ci haut ç est sûrements ecri par les patrons !!!
Aucune sécurité et stabil
Good benefits. Maintenance Manager is a bully (trust your gut instinct at the interview). Shifts change constantly, with 1 day or 'same day' notice. HR is the daughter of the Production Manager (and has not completed schooling). HR swept the maintenance staff harassment issues under carpet. 7 Maintenance staff quit during an 8 month period. * The "meek and weak" comment is by the maintenance manager, fyi.
Everything just perfect, work life balance and pay, culture, helping nature etc. Every staff and managers are so down to earth and didn't face any problem from day 1 until the last day. I hope I can work there again.
Often has free pizzas and lunches
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Waves of fast paced stressful "panic mode" breakdowns followed by slow paced PM and scheduled maintenance. Free coffee and reward lunches
A typical workday started with a shift handover. Only breakdowns were handed over, all work started by a technician would be completed by the same technician. Heavy equipment redundancy allowed many things to remain non-critical while down. I learned to improve my troubleshooting and problem solving skills. Picked up the basics for arc and MIG welding, plasma cutting and Milling and lathe operation, not usually afforded to my trade. Improved and refined my ability to navigate, troubleshoot and isolate electrical problems remotely through the online PLC program and use it as a powerful troubleshooting tool. Management was past its prime. Most were approaching or over retirement age. This leads to an "old boys club" mentality where newcomers of a younger generation are not welcome or respected. Their perspectives and ways of doing things are outdated an considered unacceptable in the modern work place. Heave rift between production and maintenance in both management and on the floor. Work culture is an "Old boys club" culture, with an emphasis on lip service and bare minimum safety compliance. Production over safety. Reprimanded heavily if injured or damaged equipment, rewarded for unsafe behaviour if it minimized downtime with no incident. Aging workforce with a tendency to hire in the 50+ age group perpetuates this culture with little hope of change, and no consideration for future generations, or the plant's future. The hardest part of the job is dealing with the stress of a tough work environment. Dangerous, dirty, noisy, extremely cold, extremely hot and working - plus...
Bon environnement de travail avec avantages sociaux et salaire compétitif
Good place to work, shifts are flexible and change as needed. time off or over is available when wanted. The meek and weak don't last long here and are moved on and out. Hugh peaks working here so far, good wage, paid schooling, training accounts, free PPE, full benefits (which so far i have never used). Monthly training courses. OEM training. Good leadership and direction from management.
this place had good potential but the changing of schedule form week too week ruined it for me along with the PM that were to be perform !! it worked out to be 5 to 8 pms day along with your everyday break downs too look after . There was way to much expectations and a poor leadership from the top level , I felt he never wanted too leave the office witch was not good too figure problemsonthe floor