Automotive Technician (Current Employee) – Westfield, NY – March 23, 2016
For an entry level position, this is a good place to work. However, there is no room for advancement or pay raises. I only work with two other people including the owner, both of which I get alone with well.
Babcock Rail is the least innovative major rail contractor in the UK. The design arm of the business consists of an unmotivated team of fairly junior engineers, with Senior Designers having no experience in major Civils projects. There is no people development and no path for progression. Salaries are low, and the bonus payment can be held back for no reason. If you are trying to develop a genuine career in Civils Design then Rail is not the place for you.
Sometimes it is better off not to say anything about a company, but since it is required I will offer this. The company itself is not a bad place to work although it has developed a habit of promoting people internally who are not qualified for their positions, and do not have the ability to successfully be trained for those positions.
Have a meeting before work to make sure everyone is on the same page. Learned there may be more than one way to complete a job. Superiors are very helpful and answers your questions. Fellow workers are easy to get along with. The difficult part of the job is learning new ways to set up equipment and trying to complete the job the way the Utility wants it done.
HOUSE MANAGER (Former Employee) – West Columbia, South Carolina – August 20, 2014
Assisting consumers with mental and physical disabilities. Cultural based and team-oriented environment. The hardest part about the job is trying not to get attached to the people you are providing supports. Most enjoyable is the interaction with consumers and watching the positive change in their lives.
Work Adjustment Instructor (Former Employee) – Lexington, SC – September 4, 2013
Picking up clients transporting to job site. Learned different methods of recyciable materials. management was strict. my co-worker was pleasant to work with. The hardest part was making sure the cleints put all the recyciable materials in correct containers. The most enjoyable part was no problems for the day.