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enjoyed working eith clients to meet their staffing needs
Route Sales Representative (Former Employee), evansville, columbai scApril 15, 2014
Pros: not much micro managing
Cons: 15 hour days
Raelly enjoyed working there. Reason for living is my wife got a job in hilton head
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Lied and misinformed
Pipefitter (Former Employee), Dickinson, NDApril 6, 2014
Cons: caution evil corporation
Drove 1300 miles to start project in Dickinson (DPR)
As pipe fitter, when I arrived I was told they over hired.
Payed no travel, nothing, this organization practices illegal hiring practices. Be ware
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fencing/cunstruction
General Laborer (Former Employee), Vancouver, WAApril 2, 2014
Pros: learning new things everyday ..always something new to learn
Cons: working so hard i forgot to eat my dinner
I just love working and keeping myself buissy ,rather then to just sit at home doing nothing at all. we all live to work so that we can eat and have a roof on our shoulders..some are fortunate to have alot and some are less fortunate to have almost nothing at all.but if you get up and try your likely to gain one everyday..
godbles
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Commision Structure is uncapped, potential is there to make a lit of money
Outside Sales Representative (Current Employee), Kalamazoo, MIMarch 19, 2014
Pros: $$$$$, company culture
Cons: very dependent on your teal to make things happen, very tough market
Good company in a challenging market. The company does not offer a lot of support but in the right geographical market with the right support team the income potential is out standing.
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Work that lets you grow as a worker.
Leadman/Concreat finisher (Former Employee), Fife WA.March 13, 2014
Adding classes and training, has help me to be better as a lead and as a boss.
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Skilled staffing resource for Construction contractors and companies
Field Representative (Current Employee), South King CountyMarch 3, 2014
Pros: construction is a growth industry.
Cons: work life balance.
Normal days consist of prospecting, client development, job site safety evaluations, account collections and completing new growth campaigns.
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good company
Carpenter (Former Employee), Syracuse, NYFebruary 25, 2014
have kept me busy for the most part. good company staff, have really worked hard for me,
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Committed to a high performance culture of all aspects of outside plant installation, maintenance, restoration, and fiber locations.
ISP / OSP Telecommunication Technician (Former Employee), Fort Lauderdale, FLFebruary 18, 2014
Being responsible for major project work such as Digital Loop Electronics, fiber, large relief projects, and other complex work for assigned wire centers.

--Installation of multi-pair copper cat3, cat5e, cat6, cat6a and fiber optic cables
--Termination of multi-pair copper cat 3, cat 5e, cat 6, and cat 6a cables
--Termination and/or splicing of fiber – more... optic cables
--Installation of support structure for cabling (cable tray, hooks, slings)
--Installation and build out of telecom, MDF, IDF rooms including racks, cable dressing, wire labeling
--Testing and certification of lines
--Installation of switchers and routers (rack and stack)
--Reading, interpreting, and redlining prints for new construction and remodels
--Providing training and instruction for up to 3 other technicians on site
--Maintaining a clean and safe work environment – less
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Not enjoyable....CONSTANT problems and very high turnover.
Outside Sales Rep (Current Employee), oklahoma cityFebruary 13, 2014
Not enjoyable....CONSTANT problems and very high turnover.
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Local office management is great.
Field Rep (Current Employee), Salt Lake City, UTFebruary 12, 2014
Great starter company. Learned to go out and find new business and create lasting customer relationships.
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Produtive
Laborer (Former Employee), Indianapolis, INFebruary 9, 2014
learning new things everyday meeting new people and friend on different job assigments
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pay was ok
Laborer/carpenter (Current Employee), East Syracuse, NYFebruary 9, 2014
Pros: learn something new at each job site
Cons: job could end anytime, travel to far for rate of pay most of time.
pay was ok. I learned something new at job sites.
most co-workers were friendly
heavy labor
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Very Good
Electrician (Current Employee), Denver, COFebruary 6, 2014
Verifiable work Hours good working conditions good wages and benefits
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very professional
skilled carpenter (Former Employee), Uniontown, OHFebruary 3, 2014
great people to work for. treat you like a person not a number
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friendly and easy going
tradesman of over 20 years (Former Employee), south FloridaJanuary 16, 2014
Pros: good coworkers & supers
Cons: not a current payscale for skills
1980 wages ...2014 fuel prices...too much travel. I make $2 more on 1 Job & $7 an hour More on another within 10 miles of home when I solicit my own work .I can't keep up my truck &tools driving 30 miles one way for below prevailing wage ,I know they have to get their overhead expenses ,But I can't absorb that margin .Too Bad ,real good bunch of people – more... it just doesn't pay the bills – less
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overall good
Journeyman Electrician (Current Employee), Evansville, INJanuary 15, 2014
I worked at a glycerin plant doing new construction,learned how to run conduit on curved spaces.Overall,one of the best crews I worked with.
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Hard to find reliable employees
Project Coordinator (Former Employee), Fayetteville, NCJanuary 9, 2014
Pros: income, bonuses, fast paced
Cons: not enough training
Great company as long as you have the right management and training.
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First Job
Shipyard Cable Puller (Former Employee), San Diego, CAJanuary 8, 2014
If your a hard worker its a easy job but after awhile it can stress the body out.
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Field Representative (Current Employee), IowaJanuary 6, 2014
Tradesmen International is a great place to learn about the construction industry if you don't have any prior experience. You will work with contractors in every phase of a project while supplying labor to help finish each project on time.
Management is ok, but you can tend to have more freedom than you will in any other job.
The people you will work – more... with are great. They are very down to earth, blue collar workers.
The hardest part of the job is creating new clientele.
The most enjoyable part is the freedom. – less
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Productive work place
Marine Electrician Assigned (Former Employee), Bremerton, WAJanuary 2, 2014
Pros: good working environment
Consistent in time management
I learn a great deal of my job, and others, safe procedure concept
Learning form CO-Workers was a smooth experience
Hardest part of the job always ready to work can't stop production keep it moving.
The most enjoyable part of the job is just being able to work for the company.

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