Sr. Recruiter (Former Employee) – Walker, LA – August 9, 2017
Traveled to different Fabrication shops in Louisiana and some out of state checking on workers and recruiting if needed depending on the job site. My day was mainly filled with recruiting and handling HR issues. Worked several job fairs at Technical Colleges recruiting welders. Did the day to day paperwork needed in the hiring and rehiring process.
We didn't have problems as craft. The problem had to do with the management it really never changed from company to company that we worked for at Summers. I hope to work for a client that is actually about completed what they start one day.
BHP/counselor (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – July 3, 2017
CBI great staff to work with. Their substance abuse detox program has helped a lot of people overcome substance use by providing additional resources when they leave the program. As a clinician, I assessed, counseled, and provided resources for patients. As a transition counselor, I worked with outside agencies to help patients find long term placement and other supports.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Walker, LA – June 8, 2017
The hardest part about this job would have to be learning everything at one time. Some times you are expected to pick up on things and sometimes you get a walk through on it. I have learned a lot from this company because I have applied myself to learning it. The management could be a little more easy going, but with a company that size it pays to be strict. The most enjoyable part about the job was the fact that everyone had a good attitude when it came to work. That alone makes working go smoothly and comfortable which causes more production.
A lot of stuff done to the T. Can't miss a step. Very friendly workspace. You sign in daily with your id and parking pass sign out any required tools for your position and head to your workspace. In the wash bay it was my duty to check and clean all trailers passing through.
Rod Buster & Bridge Builder Crewman (Former Employee) – Lake Charles, LA – May 8, 2017
Theses jobs where very productive.The pay was also very good. The benefits were good also.I loved the hours and I dont mind traveling for work. I enjoy traveling for work and doing the things I love and making great pay.
Pipefitter/Welder (Former Employee) – Walker, LA – May 1, 2017
It a good company the money is great but you give up alot of ur family time working nights and are forced to work weekend if not you are looked down upon and pointed for not being there and after 4 ponits you get put on a 30 probationary period to get the points back and if u miss during that time then they let u go
Gen. Supt (Former Employee) – Cartagana South America – April 27, 2017
I found working with the middle management personnel to be satisfying and allowing multiple talents to be exercised. With midmanagement leader allowed to make decisions to use his subordinates talents the progress of activities would have advanced productivity.
got on project later than I would have liked to
limited over time to exercise major work schedules
Talent Acquisition Consultant (Former Employee) – Newark, DE – April 20, 2017
CBI is a small company, horrible health insurance and low wages. There's no growth opportunity and business is extremely slow. This company is a "mom and pop shop". If you're interested in recruiting experience than apply and stay employed for two years with the hope of the owner can keep the doors opened/lights on. Employees that decided to resign learned they couldn't let the owner/manager know their new employer. They would try to stop the employee from getting a new job.
low wages, poor health insurance & chaotic work environment
Pipefitter (Former Employee) – Tyler, TX – April 3, 2017
It was a great job, happy people, a great shop that put out the highest quality product in the world until corporate decided to shut the doors down on the plant and 400 employees and move it all down to the coast where the quality of product was lost due to different management