casual (Former Employee), romulus, mi – April 28, 2013
Cons: dirty, dusty and just plain nasty environment
lied about pay rate (was told 14.00 an hour, was actually 11.90 and hour. when I asked about this was told " dont like it?? quit, i'll replace u tommorrow".....was threatened every day with our job....."we have a stack of applicants" you can be replaced. all the supervisors were pricks.
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee), Des Moines, Iowa – June 12, 2014
Pros: hard working crew
Manager totally misrepresented the hours and weekend hour commitment for the position in order to fill the position. Required to work over 55 hours every week for mediocre salary. Planning the freight and routes was fun and easy. Dispatch supervisor was a solid influence and great trainer.
Crew member (Former Employee), Lexington, SC – April 8, 2013
Pros: co workers and pay
Cons: swing and rotating shifts
Here I liked my co workers I worked with on my crew. At the age I was when I started the pay was great of course. I was still single and living with my parents so I didnt have that much in bills. The hardest part of my job I felt were the swing and rotating shifts but after a while I got used to it.
Operating Engineer (Former Employee), Lenexa, KS – March 27, 2012
Pros: being productive
Cons: seasonal work
Checking equipment getting orders from management building roads and building pads.Met allot of great people to work with.The hardest part is getting laud off. Most enjoyable part is working with a good crew and seeing the project finished.