Overall had a great work experience. When I was hired, shifts we 12 hours, 7-7 and would flip between days or nights, 4 on 4 off.... However that changed and I am not 100% what it is now. But I know its still 12 hour shifts. Safety is huge! They really stress that. Stop, Think, Ask. I was never asked to do something I was uncomfortable with. There are 4 teams, each has its own dynamics. My shift was more into stay busy and time goes faster. Others had the idea of do as little as possible for the same pay. Management was all very professional, however most of the people I knew have also moved on, so I can not speak for who is there now. It is very hard work, it is hot in the summer and cold in the winter. There is no easy job, all positions require going outside at some point in the shift. I felt the pay was good, for not knowing anything when I started, however some of the others thought it should be more. But for the area, you aren't going to find much that pays more than FHR. Overtime is almost always available, and is really the only way to learn new areas. It is a male dominated workplace, which makes the drama pretty low... however some men still bring drama to the table! I enjoyed the time I worked there, and still highly recommend FHR as a place to work.
Pay, Overtime available, Safe work Practices, management
12 hour shifts, flipping between days and nights, retention rate, dont always get breaks or lunch