I worked for Trotter as an electrician for over a year. Before i was hired it looked like a great place to work, with good benefits and incentives. Family orientated, friendly staff, safety is first, every one gets first aid training, long term work, room for advancement, sounds great.
No, more like, look good to the GM no matter what, cant waste money on safety, do it as cheap as possible, only get first aid training if the general contractor doesn't supply a safety officer, wonder if I am going to have a job after this one ends, advance to a foreman but no raise.
Bunch of lies
Looks good before you get hired
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