Avis des employés pour Suncor Énergie - Fort McMurray, AB
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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.
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
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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
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.
Suncor was a great company to work for - they really know how to take care of their employees especially during a crisis. They also have a great safety-first mindset which I appreciated.
Like most very large companies, employees are just a number. there is a distinct disconnect between management and employees. The work is neither difficult or fast paced. It is also not very rewarding. Employees are paid very well so management doesn't feel the need to show appreciation for a job well done.
Great wages, the 3days,3nights shift work is the worst thing about the job. Your body is always in a sense of transition between days and night. Always starting your 6 days off coming off of nights. Very hard on your body and not good for your health.