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Good workplace a team of professionals
instrument fitter (Former Employee), Freeport, TXAugust 5, 2014
Pros: nothing
Cons: to make sure that health care is offer while on the job.
A typical day at work is 10 hours a day utilizing my skills. Fabricated and installed piping, tubing, and tray. Conducted instrument walk down of packages using relevant drawings to insure all work was done. I learned to work with all types of people to teach me to expand the skills I have. The co-workers was a joy especially when the crew you work – more... with enjoy the joy as much as I do. The management was fair and understanding. But the hardest part of the job is having someone in the crew that is lazy. The most enjoyable part of the job is working for that pay check and eating a good lunch. – less
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good people to work for.
Fitter- Welder / Mechanical Maintenance (Former Employee), Trinity, ALJune 30, 2014
what they expected out of you as an employee was ideal and expected.
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Good People
Pipe Welder and Pipefitter (Former Employee), El Dorado, ARJanuary 14, 2014
Great place to work and plenty of good people to help you. They will help you attain your NCCER certifications.
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It was a good local job.
Journeyman Pipefitter (Former Employee), El Dorado, ARJanuary 10, 2014
I was able to teach the trade to younger people getting into this line of work.
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CYA
Journeyman/Millwright (Former Employee), Convent, LAOctober 19, 2013
Pros: family oriented company.
Cons: needs higher pay scale.
Overall friendly co-workers, Did get the chance to study and test for NCCER certifications.
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Very good company to work for.
Secretary (Former Employee), Decatur, ALAugust 14, 2013
Answering phones, running errands, purchase orders, filing...
Very good company to work for, they treat all of their employees with respect.
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Long hrs/Travel/Good Pay
Millwright/ Welder (Former Employee), El Dorado, ARJuly 18, 2013
Contract work/seasonal, great pay/no benefits, dirty work/heavy work, overall laid back as for as tension goes while being constantly busy, LOTS of Travel
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productive
Structural Welder (Former Employee), Blytheville, ARFebruary 14, 2013
its productive but the management isn't real great. the most enjoyable part of the job was getting to build and install pieces for companies and preventive maintenance
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Temporary work with no chance of hire
Millwright/ Welder (Former Employee), El Dorado, AROctober 3, 2012
Lots of travel with decent pay, long hours, and no chance of hire
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pay is top notch for the area,great management.
Welder/fabricator (Former Employee), Blytheville, ARJune 26, 2012
Pros: great pay
I was contracted out to the fab shop at nucor-yamato,I would begin my day welding various materials such as stainless,hardened steel and sheet metal,also fabricating projects for the mill occasionally applying paint to finished projects.I learned to weld stainless,use solid wire,pre-heat certain materials before weding.All of the workers there are hardworking,skilled – more... guys.The hardest part of my job was being very precise no matter the job.After doing this a while this became the most enjoyable part of my job,being able to take the time to get everything perfect. – less