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I worked there for over a decade, they treat employees terribly, they only hire the bare minimum of journeymen and rely on apprentices that they pigeon hole and overwork. Dispite have a good connection.to RDC, they create terrible tradeworkers and apprentices and the experince and tickets they give are literally useless elsewhere. The management, formen and GF's are all friends who ostracize new people and know the system so well that they avoid any accountability or hard work.
Fair rate, good safety culture
No loyalty, minimal leadership and experince with management and crew leaders, little to no respect for employees, work ethic and zero accountability
You would show up at 6:45 am, for the daily safety meeting. Which was really just the construction manager telling everyone how bad they were at their job for 15 minutes, He would also inform us that we would have to pick up our socks every day. He held our jobs over our heads as if he could fire you any given day he decided. They had a very poor culture there as far as management and worker relations.
You start the morning off with a toolbox meeting which includes what happened in the past day. Then they proceed to what you will be doing that day, then move to a safety update and moment. Everyone then does group stretching then start your designated job. Lunch room and wash cars are provided.
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Depending on the day, either being very busy or waiting on work to get completed, I always enjoyed my work/ job. Most of the guys were good to work with. met a lot of new friends. Also got lots of different experiences and knowledge from other trades.
Everything flows smoothly and efficiently. I learned to fit pipe extremely well due to the sheer volume. Management was very professional. I miss it..
Long Hours/ Overtime
Work ourselves out of a job sometimes
Worley Parsons is an international Company. i worked there for 3 years. I learned so many things. I did my best while i was working there and my manager was really satisfied with me. Unfortunately slow days came and lay off was inevitable.
A poor paying workplace with short hours and low rates. Tools were always scarce for our trade with some failure along the chain in ordering the tools needed to work properly & safely. Poor decision making and knee-jerk reactions from safety/management to incidents, often with results/reactions unrelated to the cause of an incident. You'll spend much of your time hunting tools or the foreman, who had nearly 30 workers to attend to along with other tasks to carry out. Apprentices & laborers were given lead-hand responsibilities without additional pay, due to Journeymen with no interest in organizing & managing the work. Most workers at the time I left were checked out of the job due to very low morale related to poor income combined with a lack of the tools & support to carry out their jobs. To 'fix' this the plan seemed to be to fire the workers that care enough to be upset over the working conditions and lack of respect shown by management.
Good location central to the region.
Low hours, low wages, lack of tools, poor management.
Overall great place to work! Start out with morning stretches etc to limber up and get ready for the day. Learned a lot about pipefitting in general. They preach safety safety safety until it infringes on production then they turn a blind eye then wonder why someone gets hurt. Spend most of the day trying to get the proper tools to do the job on a multi million dollar contract. Would perform daily inspections on equipment and pull out of service due to not passing and then would have nothing to replace it with. Certain bosses have big attitude and need to be knocked down a few pegs.
mornings always start with morning meeting and tasks for the day or additional comments. After is followed by stretches and our FHLA's. Work starts and we get our regular breaks. Someone always has more experience the you and is willing to show you a better or proper way. tacking, reading prints, tie proper knots and rigging. welding extra things such as shipping plates and supports. co workers are 9 time out of 10 willing to show you. the hardest part of the job is not having some tools that make things easier and faster because someone abused the tool then got hurt. The most enjoyable is the learning experience and seeing how things are done so differently in the same trade. Using all of your skills and learning more.
safe, use of skills and great learning place for the trades.
not paid lunch and traveling. I generally like long hours and camp as I'm single