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Worked as a contractor directly with Suncor. Nice place to workGive us your opinion abouta typical day at workwhat you learnedmanagementworkplace culturethe hardest part of the jobthe most enjoyable part of the jobDO NOT include confidential company information or personally identifiable information, such as names.
They look after Transportation and lodging
Had to fly in the day before on my time
Enjoy working with management and hourly workers on site for a safe and productive way to get desired results. Suncor provides people with the ability to step out of their comfort zones to help with ways to effectively do this
Great company to work for.
Suncor loves to lay people off. It’s a fact. No matter what they say, when a recession hits, they will reduce their work force and freeze hiring. The toxic atmosphere during recession time is very demotivating!
Good pay, pretty good people
Toxic environment during recessions
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No matter how hard you work if you are not part of the ol`boys club you can consider your time at Suncor limited. It's all a front for safety and culture, none of these things matter when it comes down to the numbers. Ive spent 2 years minding my own work and I did not make the cut! Me as an employee was "laid off" due to restructuring but my bosses buddy who was a contractor was made an employee. Go figure!? Reorganizing the company is their favourite thing to do, in 2 years I had 2 bosses. The company is good with good pay and benefits but the leadership team is a joke!
Management, Leadership, No growth
Good and great to have a safety experience and practice when someone work at SUNCOR. I'm glad to be working in SUNCOR base plane. I will improve my diving work experience at oilfield and I will be participating to work for SUNCOR fuel tankers driver on the future.
The training to a competancy level was extraordinary....The trainers themselves had ,mostky worked in the field ,or onsite .. We had much expected of us particularly when entering the mine .
I loved my summer term with Suncor. Your manager and team really make the position, although, there are tons of opportunities to learn and excel. The location is also a bonus with tons of various restaurants and shops nearby.
Remote management from a disconnected leadership team in Calgary.In general, advancement was due to internal politics, rather than job aptitude or employee performance.
Long hours, dirty
A great company and the largest oil producing company in Canada. and the company is growing with their market share
It was very satisfying working with the projects for two years in the base plant facility. Excellent company in North America. Mark Little,CEO.of the company is a great leader.
Well paid company with lots of benefits for employees and independent contractors.
The work timings are very stringent in the base plant.
There’s people working here that literally got the answers for the interview. Jacked up on steroids or employees that do heroin but give second chance then find up dead in their vehicle at the airport. Real classy people here.
Only hire by name hire
safety meeting, no body move nobody gets hurt, same old story watch out for your self and workers around you, some people r way to complacent, others r a bit clueless, many many chances to get hurt, stay safe. Avoid the politics,
Fly in fly out; week on week off schedule, decent mad money
Fly in fly out, camp life, Calgary head office to far removed sometimes to see what’s happening in remote work areas
very good 12 years at and dont have any doubts about anything. Well run and supervisor and other staff helpful and will to help at anytime. Job placement is good and room for moving aroumd the business
great place for advancement
Suncor's values sound really good coming from the Executive Leadership, but they do not practice them at the Senior Leadership level.
The work at Suncor is meaningful, and was a good place to work at the beginning. There is an "old boys club" mentality and when leadership changes and your not a part of the new regime you will be squeezed out. With so many changes the culture can not be kept and you need to quickly figure out what new leadership wants or you do not fit in, despite working to what they say are their "Values".
Share units if you fit in or are at a high enough salary band.
Senior Leadership does not practice what Executive Leadership preaches, HR is weak at best and typically have junior advisors who do what senior leadership says.
Not sure about other plants although working at Base Plant in Fort McMurray was like going back in time 20+ years... Your average work day is usually overloaded, stressful, no consideration for their workforce, very little work life balance, your just another number, management don’t care about their people and disrespectful, get terminated with no room for explanation or second chances, 4 individuals were terminated within an 8 month period in our department with no explanation, the interview process is not worth the hassle, they try to control what you can and can’t do on your days off, the Plant is old and dangerous, no consideration for the environment by not reporting spills and releases to the regulators, save yourself the hassle and look elsewhere your self worth will thank you...
Close to town.
You can smell the stench from their tailings ponds from town.
With Suncor operations declared an essential service, they are continuing to operate and are looking to fill business-critical roles at this time. They require qualified and safety-focused employees to help keep things running. In terms of their current recruitment process, they’re doing things a bit differently to adjust to our new ‘normal.’ They are using technology to conduct virtual interviews to adhere to physical distancing recommendations and we are well set up for remote onboarding and orientation.
Suncor is a great place to work. The standardized procedure and templates give newcomer confidence in approaching an even fairly complex project. The management is very appreciative of the employee's hard work.
Collaborative work place with support from management
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