HVAC Service Technician (Current Employee) – Franklin, IN – August 21, 2016
Can find you jobs in the technical field. The company works with you on what you are looking for in the job market. Get paid weekly and starting good salary the people at the company are easy to work with.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Grand Rapids, MI – August 18, 2016
It was okay at first when I didn't understand whom I was working for. But now I just like to let the public know this is a temp job. Not a real job! They market themselves as such but not quite so. They work with contractors and are not contractors themselves. Most of the people that work there don't understand the work most people are doing.
productive and safe workplace anywhere we set up jobs
Carpenter (Former Employee) – Wausau, WI – August 9, 2016
a very good place to work for anyone that knows a trade of some sort. meet lots of different people and travel all around the country. some jobs are harder than others but all in all a pretty laid back pace
General Manager (Current Employee) – Huntsville, AL – August 2, 2016
Tradesmen is a fast paced extremely cut throat job just as any sales job is. If a person is willing to put in the work and has the construction knowledge and people skills that are required for the job a person can make a great career at Tradesmen International.
Field Representative (Former Employee) – Fort Collins, CO – August 2, 2016
Low end staffing agency covered by high end marketing. Good people, brutal industry. Struggles keeping good leadership as it's pay is completely dependent upon low end construction workers succeeding, which is rare.
Electrical Apprentice (Former Employee) – Barron, WI – July 29, 2016
Tradesmen is a really good company to work for they really take care of there employees and your not just a number to them they actually know u by ur name. When u need to talk to them if u have a problem on the job there good at finding a solution
Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – Lafayette, IN – July 14, 2016
Tradesmen International is a company that truly cares about their employees. They conduct a thorough training course, which enhances your skills to become a great asset to Tradesmen International. Not only do they conduct training courses, but they also provide free OSHA 10 certifications to their employees to ensure that their field employees are educated on safety precautions and increase their employee's marketability to clients. They continually keep the workplace environment fun, entertaining, and goal-oriented. Great company to work for.
Field Representative (Current Employee) – Wisconsin – July 13, 2016
This job is like a roller coaster. You have your ups but you have your downs. I know this sounds like every job but this job is the true definition of a roller coaster. Our job is to contact construction contractors and provide them with reliable and productive employees. When I am able to do this, life is great. However, the guys that we put to work sometimes aren't always reliable and aren't always productive which is when times can get low. This is the hardest part of the job hands down is the employees that we have know that if they don't want to work a certain day or they just want to go M.I.A on us, they know that they can call back at any point in time and get a job with us because thats how we make our money past our base salary.
Overall, I am happy in my position and will be here for a while. If you don't have experience in construction that's okay, I didn't have any knowledge of construction either. I am learning a great deal. I recommend this job to anyone looking for a good stable career.
Freedom to operate how you feel is best, managers add support in the office, great group of guys, great office environment, relaxed environment, mistakes don't put you in a grave situation
Commissions are based on guys going to work for you and when you collect money for invoices, they don't pay = You don't get paid, depending on your territory you may have to work harder than others, big clients in your territory may be handled by another rep in office