If you are looking for a career, this place is not for you.
There is no training, guidance or leadership. When you work here the number one thing that goes through your mind is trying to cover yourself.
The place is very toxic, a lot of people want to leave.
You get no answers from supervisors or managers.
Silvera has a professional company do an employee survey.
You answer the questions and it all gets compiled few months later. With maintenance, the previous year had a very low score, but this year it was even lower than low! It is low due to treatment, no processes and procedures, no answers, no support and a polluted work environment.
Upper management doesn't care.
For a company that has been around a long time, it is pretty sad they can't get their act together. Constant changes and restructuring, managers managing managers.
There is only one maintenance guy who has been there for over 10 years. The rest are lumped in between 6 months to 5 years. The experienced guys usually get terminated, forced retire or pass away.
With this position comes on call.
The benefits are not bad, you get a company vehicle you can bank up to 24 hours.
Because Silvera is disorganized, they have no policies regarding working long hours into the night and morning. Should the maintenance worker be sent home? This can be used against you if you are tired from a long night of on call.
The enjoyable part are the maintenance workers.
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