Safety Specialist (Former Employee) – Mt. View, UT – June 16, 2017
If you are a seasoned safety professional, run, run, run as fast as you can from this position. It will make you want to hang yourself working for the safety manager. If you are straight out of college and you need to get some hand on experience, go for it but remember to forget whatever you learned once you leave there because you have been taught wrong.
The folks who work there are awesome.
Unfortunaly the people you have to work for are the people who really do suck
Union is not diversity friendly. most employees stick to their culture and find it difficult relating to others with diversified culture. Union is a family owned company so 99.9% are natives, family members and friends. No employee union to speak on employee behalf when you face challenges. At union, it is very difficult to make changes on the network when you make recommendations.
Director of Operations (Former Employee) – Mountain View, WY – February 2, 2017
Leadership is more concerned with international travel on the company than the health of the business. Why would you need to travel with family members on the company for a local Wyoming based company?
engeering test driver (Former Employee) – Wyoming, WY – October 4, 2016
the hardest part of the job was staying awake in the passger seat, and co-worker was understanding and fun being around, management was poor didn't get a call or message just got an email. or other people to take orders.
Purchasing and Repair Clerk (Former Employee) – Mountain View, WY – May 22, 2014
Can be fast paced at times and other times very slow. I learned to use programs that I'll probably not use again, but it was experience. To much family trying to run the business and not always good outcomes. Co-workers was easy to work with. May include unepected overtime at the last minute. Learning to do my job better and filling in for those that are gone was a delight.
• Performed general administrative and accounting tasks for B & R Electric Inc. • Accounting duties included assisting with the analyzing of the profit & loss statements, assisted with the wages and earnings of employees, entering account information into the company database and depositing earnings into the bank. • Performed other administrative tasks for the company to include filing and organizing a variety of paperwork, answering phones and working as a receptionist, and running errands as needed.
Cell Tower Construction (Former Employee) – Mountain View, WY – October 31, 2012
A typical day at work was traveling to a job site and either preparing to build a new site or maintaining an existing site. I learned many new things that has helped me in my everyday life. I thoroughly enjoyed the people I worked with. The hardest part of my job was the cold weather. The most enjoyable part of my job was the people I worked with.