It was a good place to work but I don't recommend working there now
Telebelt Operator (Ancien employé) – Edmonton, AB – 3 janvier 2017
There is steady in town work with a long hours expected to complete the jobs in residential const. on a daily basis and overtime is now banked since the oil crash.In the past they only paid overtime after 88 hours, which is wrong, but they say there is a clause in the residential const. trade where they could do that so any rain days or sick days you loose your overtime.The work is physically demanding depending on what type of job you do there eg. if you are in a slinger truck don't be suprised that you have to deliver the gravel with wheel barrels to complete weeping tile jobs.
I use to enjoy working there but it changed now where you are just a number and they don't care about seniority anymore,like the new CEO said,I don't care how long you worked here you are the same as the new guy beside you and you don't like it leave.
You are just a number and no overtime