Residental Framer (Former Employee) – Inver Grove, MN – May 28, 2016
I had a different task everyday. I learned that the field is much different than school. management was lax and allowed me to learn my co-workers was diligent and always willing to lend a hand. hardest part about this job was trying to see where I fit in or belong being new to the field but because I'm a fast learner I got it pretty fast thanks to good management. most enjoyable was the learning experience and co-workers.
AS temp service, one of the better ones I experienced
Hampton, Va Marine Electrician (Former Employee) – Norfolk Naval Shipyard – May 21, 2016
Although was a short period, I found Tradesmen personnel both professional and caring to keep people working. The sequester which despite all reports, has not gone away. IT simply changes addresses throughout the shipbuilding and repair industry here in Tidawater
I would like a place that had a bit more stability on job sites
Journeyman Carpenter (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – May 16, 2016
I am very comfortable leading crews and figuring out what needs to be done next in any citation. I have very good finishing skills as well and have been on a rotating finishing crew. I am to the point in my career I am ready to go to work as an asset to a strong company and I know I would be able to augment any crew I was on.
I believe with the right company I could be in a foreman and/or superintendent position in the near future. I would like a chance to prove myself in a stable role.
Field Representative (Former Employee) – Dayton, OH – May 3, 2016
The best thing about the job is the culture. It has everything you'd expect from a construction field and sales. The downside is training and expectations. Expecting a new field rep to generate 1.25 million a year in a his first year in a new, underdeveloped territory has led to the constant turnover that has left the territory like that. No client can build a relationship with a new sales rep every few months.
Sit at the house waiting on a call and ignored mine
Lineman/operator (Former Employee) – Ky – April 29, 2016
Pros-nice supervisor,high hopes,excellent pay Cons- Everything,to some up a long story... Won't even answer my phone calls or return them after being told "I have exactly the skills they need,tons of work,and awesome pay" Matter of fact,one of em changed his number. Place is a joke.