Security Marketing Coordinator (Current Employee), Gaithersburg – March 7, 2014
Pros: great experience
A typical day includes making 20-30 cold calls, creating reports and doing research on large construction and electrical contracting companies to create better relationships. The hardest part is getting really important people on the phone, and the most enjoyable is speaking with lots of different people throughout the day,
Worker on wearhouse starded toolwatch (Former Employee), Denver CO – August 18, 2015
toll to in compture to see where all tools where at all time that way all could see where all tool were at all times if someone need tool i would tell them were the tool were and send then the tool that thay needed
good company to work for promises not kept by supervisors
General Foreman (Former Employee), Mountain Pass, California – July 13, 2015
Pros: people worked with
Cons: not getting information from our own company, promises for advancement not kept.
-client meetings -go over man power for each task -go over work orders -meetings with our company -gather parts and material -check on each task for productivity -be available for client and employees always -do time -turn over packages
Crane Operator (Former Employee), Bakersfield, CA – July 9, 2015
Pros: they let the experence people lead.
I receive training so I could be a better leader. I had support in most of the extra training on other equipment and additional training on cranes trenches and foundations. The company has good benefits. There is a good safety program in place.
Electrical Maintenance General Foreman (Current Employee), Huntington Beach, CA – May 28, 2015
Plan your work and work your plan as a team safely with the best quality of work productively and have a good attitude. TIC has great training programs that helps you grow in your trade and in supervision. Teaches you how to deal with difficult situations.
Millwright (Former Employee), Nevada – May 25, 2015
Pros: Incentive programs, safety puncuation ect
Cons: Distant traveling, long work hours
Typical day at work beginns with excersizes then daily task review I have learned to work with many cultures of people thus leaving all descrepencies out regardless Management depends on job order giving the people the opertunity to speak up Most co-workers have can-do attitude willingness to learn and prepardness for tasks The hardest part of the job could be several things ex. communication skills, and organization of field personell I enjoy having the oppertunity to see the finished product
Electrical Craftsman 2 (Former Employee), Salt Lake City, UT – March 5, 2015
Pros: good benefits, good pay
Cons: don't keep you working alot
The days can get long depending on where you are but for the most part the job is a good job if they keep you working. They say they have work but I was laid off for a few months before getting back to work. The co-workers are usually pretty good to work with but the managment is not always the best.