Office assistant (Former Employee) – Broomfield, CO – May 31, 2017
Hayward Baker is a great company to start off a career where you can stay for a lifetime. They treat their employees very good and fair! This company makes sure that you have all the correct tools to accomplish your job.
Driller/Operator (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – November 27, 2016
I would work for this company any day anytime even though it's very hard work but your co workers and yourself have to work as a team in order to make the job easy at times you're walking through knee deep water and grout.and trust me grout burns but other than that it's allot of heavy lifting and you are constantly moving and running and you have to stand cleAr of equipment that's moving around.the biggest thing with Hayward baker is being safe.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Broomfield, CO – May 6, 2016
The money was good at first, and living in hotels was fun at first, but after a while it all gets really old. There is a very clear cut environment of favoritism which is allowed to thrive, so if your not a part of the good ol boys club just get your money and get out. If you do choose to work here just know that every job the 80/20 rule is well in effect. At the time i worked there there were no kind of benefits offered to labors. There are also a few labors working there who do not speak English well enough to be safe on a job site. Their management is just full of a bunch of first class scumbags. If you work there don't believe a word they tell you; that means from foremen all the way up. If you don't have any serious felonies, then you can do better in every possible way.
Lots of hours and travel
Management, communication, safety, lots of illegals
Operator/Laborer (Former Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – March 19, 2015
Great Company to work for. Fast paced and rewarding. Traveled all over the southeastern United States. Learned many skills that I will be able to take with me. Long weeks on the rd without being home is the only negative to list.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Roselle, IL – January 8, 2015
Working with the labor force, scheduling upcoming jobs, and planning were some of the most enjoyable parts of my job. I enjoyed problem solving and working with my crew. Some of the hardest and most frustrating parts of the job would be getting paperwork from the superintendents in the field, and occasionally trying to do a job right with "no budget". While working in a management position, I learned the importance of communication at every level.
Assistant to Foreman (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – May 16, 2012
You cannot work for Hayward Baker and not learn the value of hard work. The pay is excellent, but you earn every dollar, and coupling that with a positive work environment makes Hayward Baker an excellent employer.
every one gets to work early and unloads the trailer,sets up the concrete pump.when the concert truck gets there we work steddy pumping and pulling pipe till lunch.it is nice to get breaks in between .being able to work with the newest reed pumps was nice.the best part of the job was thet we got bonuses for being the lead crew in production.