Company has a lot of work to do. High turn over of staff due to the head manager in Edmonton. They set rules but when it takes to long because of their rules they break them. Traveling on your own time to get to work, you have to pay for your own accommodations then get reimbursed. Or go on per diem that pays 105 a day for food and hotels. No coveralls because of the manager in Edmonton. wages are 4-5 lower than industry standard. Company needs a long way to go before they are competitive in the workplace for mechanics. Like most companies money is the driving force so they will piece together machines instead of fixing right. Some mechanics not very friendly and actually make the workplace very unenjoyable. Management will pick favourites and show favouritism and break the union rules. Speaking of union mechanics are a very small percentage in the steel workers so don't expect their help at all.
pension, work 7 hours paid for 14
management, no coveralls lower wages