I had Great working relationship. I just needed more job assignments. The job assignments they sent me on were great. The people I worked with were great. I just wish I had more time on the job. And I wish their ere more job opportunities. I would like to get on an assignment that lasted longer. Over all I would rate my experience with very good.
Mason (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – April 14, 2015
Working with only one other mason from start to finish on a two year project involving very detailed and unique work, from the style and design of the home to the custom fabrication of a wide range of stone arches, treads, water features and more from raw slab material.
Apprentice Electrician (Former Employee) – Dallas – April 2, 2015
CLP Company is a staffing agents so they try to places you in a field of work you are comfortable working, you get to work with different company and learned new stuff, met different people, to me the hardest part of job learning different company rule regulation
carpenter helper, bob cat operator (Former Employee) – new york – March 15, 2015
well the days starts at 6:00 am all staff great each other, supervisor is great. learnt alot on splicing an under ground work but ther hardest part of the job is the change of weather either too cold or too hot. the most enjoyable part of the job is when its done an to see what we have accomplished.
Forklift/Lull Operator (Former Employee) – East Hartford, CT – February 25, 2015
though this job I learned that communicating with people makes the job go smooth. I met a lot of different people in different trades and it showed me that we can work together when we need to. The best part of the day is lunch like any where you work.
PV Solar Installer (Current Employee) – Berkeley, CA – February 17, 2015
Meet at various worksites throughout the Bay Area Applied as a Solar Installer, but mostly worked as a labor. I dont have too much to say about management Most work assignments were different types of labor. I enjoyed getting paid weekly.
A typical day of work was working with troubleshooting and electrical panels. During each day of work I learned new ways of safety measures. The management was very Polite and Professional. I had no problems with my co-workers. The hardest part of my job was knowing that it was a temporary project. The most enjoyable part of my job was working with the electrical panels.
Construction Laborer/Electrician Apprentice (Former Employee) – Bay Area – January 14, 2015
A typical day of work starts off with meeting with the supervisor for instructions for the day. Pretty much constantly working until your lunch. Then it's back to work for another 4-6 hours, sometimes more. I have learned what it is like to work HARD for an honest dollar, in addition to gaining new skills. Co-workers were here one day, gone the next so I kept to myself. The part I enjoyed most was learning how to build from scratch.