Apprentice Electrician II (Current Employee) – Urbandale, Iowa – September 26, 2014
work here if you're interested in: low pay (currently paid same rate as a laborer and i'm a 2nd year apprentice), unreliable work if they don't feel like putting in the effort to find you a job, a 2-3 month process to get a raise with no compensation unless you threaten to quit, a boss that you can call for literally 2 weeks once a day and never receive a call back, and an overall lack of respect towards you. The plus side is that when you call frustrated to management (and they actually answer for once) they will give you a run around and smooth talk you into thinking that they treat you like a king. All of this is topped off with a contract restricting the employer from hiring you to their company.
they hand out unemployment like its their sole purpose of being a company
As a Temporary labor contractor, the conditions of a "typical" day at work is highly dependent upon the client one is sent out to. Sadly, the assignments and amount of work available seems to be "Feast or Famine", highly dependent upon current economic conditions and construction activity.
Solar Panel Installer (Current Employee) – Greensboro, NC – February 1, 2016
A very well balanced place to work people are nice and wlil train you correctly. Short Breaks but on a time schedule to get assignment complete. Best part of the job wa sthe paycheck with per Diem but the hardest was just working in the rain probably.
Construction Worker (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – September 19, 2015
I like the job and I was able to learn a lot and meet a lot of people and I also was able to meet people from other country's. It was a fun and had a supportive management . that allowed me to grow and develop. The workers were always supportive and willing to help when asked.