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The morning started with getting the entire team on the same page on what the agenda was for the day followed by a tool bod talk that made workers aware of potential danger that would be around the area of work.
Ledcor is a great company , 14/7 shift was a bit too ling for me but the money is great and very professional managament” for the most part “. Good times.
They treated us well, handed out gas cards for exemplary workers, and it was very clear that they cared about their employees. Provided training, and advancement was available to those whom showed initiative and a strong work ethic. The management was very down to earth, and you would see them in the field making small talk with the folks working on the tools.
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Good company to work for. Good hours and pay. Management was good and responsive. The employees were friendly and worked well together. The hours were good, and the site facilities were good.
Worked in the Edmonton area and got to be at home every night
Lack of work/projects
I worked for ledcor as an electrician on multiple occasions. Bar none the best company i have worked for. I am not saying they are perfect, but 90% of the time they have all the tools and equipment one needs to complete the job, they have a very good co-ordination system and the reward hard work., I would work for them again in the future if given the chance!
Was told by the recruiter I was being hired for a day shift. I gave notice at the company I was working with that I would be finished in a month. Two days before the new job started I was called and told it would be a night shift. Due to a medical issue I am unable to work nights and told the recruiter. They said to talk it out with the general foreman and superintendent. Neither of them cared.
Poor management, no transfers
I worked with some great people on some really great projects. They do a great variety of work creating room for advancemnt
A clean workplace environment Learned how to improve productivity and maintain quality The management is very good in implementing and improving safety My co-workers is very coordinated in terms of teamwork
-Typical day at work would include running cable tray or teck cable, and terminations of cables, junction box installation, rigid piping etc. while on construction, and performing QC related duties on a day to day basis while in Quality Control (eg. review prints, test cables, verify proper installation, sell systems to clients etc.) - Learned an abundance of information related to system checks and sale of systems to clients on site. - Good management, easily accessible, open for discussion. - Good co-workers, easy to get along with, pleasant environment. - Hardest part of job was being away from family. - Most enjoyable part of the job was the people, and satisfaction upon completing tasks.
Good work environment, good benefits, RRSP's etc.
Travel, being away from home.
I really like what I do there. The people that I worked with were top notch electricians. Was always left to complete tasks and projects on my own.
Management were not strong leaders
over staff of workers on job and hardest job was trying to keep busy so does not allow employee the chance to show work skills.
At first its very intimidating working for such a large company. But soon you fit into the groove. Sometimes you need to step forward to get noticed. The camp lifestyle is one of the hardest things to get used to. The wages you earn make it a bit more tolerable.
I want to work in Ledcor if given a chance. They were friendly and they look after the well-being of their employees.
Giving bonuses, free meals and accommodation, free ticket to and fro
Long hours of work
Standard 10 hour day with breaks and lunchSafety is number oneStrict but friendly management with the workers safety in mindGreat co-workers
close to home
Typical day at work started with safety meeting, then stretches, more safety documentation, then off to work.I learned many aspects of the oilfied industry as this was my first time to work up North. Management was great as they stood up for the workers and tried thier best to keep us happy.Co-workers were friendly and knowledgeable. The hardest part of the job was the amount of time it takes to get a simple task done, due to so many safety factors. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning new skills in the electrical trade.
can leave wallet at home as thier is no place to spend money up there.
had a terrible camp. stayed in one better than that in the late 80's.