Productive place to work at. Employees are respectful and show professionalism in attitude.
Pros: Lunch and learns. When you are in a busy mode you recieve a free lunch.
Cons: Compensation of pay should be rewarded more often with experience.
While employed at Chicago Bridge and Iron I developed new and improved skills that would take me to another level in upper management. Learn new things in the work place is something I enjoy adapting to.
I was manager over time sheets, making sure sheets are accurately entered on a timely basis. Working with a department of professional coworkers who are open to assist. For instant, coverage when any one of us was out of the office. Learning new software is another issue that requires help at any point in time.
The hardest part of the job is not having enough hours to complete the task at hand. The best part of this job is assisting and training a new employee that come aboard.