Electrician (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – October 8, 2017
It was in a industrial setting and I did like the hours. I was mainly working by myself on my own assignments, I wish it had job security but when the job was over, it was just that and I needed to look for another job which I did not like.
Positions given to younger less experienced electricians
ELECTRICIAN (Former Employee) – Harahan, LA – October 8, 2017
Certain superintendents treated people as if they were idiots. At times the foreman would be very condescending to the workers. The company in whole would give lead positions to younger, less experienced electricians.
Electrician (Former Employee) – Charleston, WV – September 14, 2015
The supervisors was good to work for, when we had supervisors. I had good co-workers. Trying to teach some co-workers was the hardest part, they was fresh out of school and had no experience.That was the best part aswell.
EVENT COORDINATOR (Current Employee) – Washington DC – December 9, 2013
A typical day of work requires balance and exercise. The convention center is a football field wide building with little guarantee the conferences you are in charge of is in the same building. following a set schedule is vital to get through a day without the stress level reaching maximum. The employees of Hi-Tech are friendly, receiving new employees with respect and friendliness. The hardest part of the job is not having enough support on a conference, meaning you do not have enough electrician to perform the task presented. The most enjoyable part of the job is opening day of the conference, when you see all the hard work come to light (literally). It is a good feeling to have when it is a success.