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It's definitely one of the better companies I worked for. That being said, the person in charge of you definitely changes everything. I've come across some really intimidating supervisors in the past and that was the only time I really wanted to quit but overall it's not too bad. I learned quite a bit about low voltage and that really helped my electrical career.
Intimidating people above you, but that's every other company out there
All of the people at ESC are friendly and helpful. The work was typical of an electric controls company. I've learned a lot about the controls portion of HVAC while working here. It really felt like a family which is why I was dissappointed to be laid off due to lack of work.
A lot of free or cheap company events and activities, Several people to help your advancement in the company and in your apprenticeship.
As a smaller company, they can run low on work during a recession
Foremen do nothing. apprentices work by themselves 90 percent of the time with very little direction given. would not recommend if you are looking to learn
No supervision so if you don't want to work hard you don't have to
no attempts to teach
Foremen, doing the bare minimum as they make it look like they are affectingly managing while relentlessly criticizing employees in an unprofessional manner to the point every day they will be bullied to some degree and often behind their backs or alone leaving for a future surprises if they haven't already stood up for themselves. Journeymen who are friends with foremen who are friends with project managers. who all seem to have the same greasiness about them and coincidental seem to all know each other.. As they ALL Unfairly targeting anyone!! When the time comes for you explain why something happen,, if it ends with pointing out their inability to affectingly manage which is why things consistently need be moved or re-done You will understand. That wouldn't be a problem but as anyone can guess, the foremen is constantly blaming the lack of progress on the employees working ability to the project manager., never mentioning more often then not the foreman is often off with the journeyman's, doing something completely unrelated to work. or the journeyman is doing nothing or off with other journeyman. Employees who have been there long enough, all seem to know the problem is management but know the Culture that is this company now has promoted the real issues leaving many good skilled people unemployed after being poorly treated. Foremen/journeymen's who spend more time gossiping during their work day, have got good at covering their selfs to project managers. Pm's who don't care to find out what is really going on at their sites or never do - plus...
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The Calgary branch has been mismanaged for a few years, and there have been no real positive changes that are being made. Prepare to work in a place where the left hand has no clue what the right is doing. Superiors constantly use their team members as scapegoats, meanwhile you'll be told your doing good but should show more "initiative". Furthermore, progress reports do not exist, continued demands of training always seemed to fall on deaf ears, but there's time for board games every week? Save yourself the headache and don't expect to learn much at this company, they just want a career Second year electrician.
Some good people...
Bad work environment, very Anglo-centric, no training provided whatsoever
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