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really enjoyed the work
Chipper truck foreman (Former Employee), Little Rock, ARJanuary 20, 2015
Pros: lots of ot during storm work
Cons: poisonous plants
i filled out all necessary paperwork. drove to work site. worked productively and safely until job was finished. i enjoyed all aspects of the job. it was physically and mentally challenging. i learned how to use different types of gear and tools and how to manage and supervise my crew. great job accept for the poison plants.
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Great service and good workers
ground foreman (Former Employee), Shelbyville, INJuly 12, 2014
Pros: free lunches
Cons: short breaks
I trimmed trees. I loaded and unloaded trucks. I cleaned up yards.
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Productive and very interesting to learn this job.
Helper/Laborer (Former Employee), Gillette, WYJanuary 30, 2014
learned the planning, organizing and prioritizing of the workload throughout the day. Was able to learn how to be the lead tree trimmer.
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challenging fun
Mechanic / Safety / General Foreman (Former Employee), Little Rock, ARDecember 3, 2013
Pros: good equipment
safety meetings each morning.
" open door " for suggestions and concerns.
flexible with employee issues.
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Hard Working/Fast Pace enviroment.
groundsman (Current Employee), Hot Springs, ARMay 3, 2013
Pros: good amount of overtime, gaurenteed 40 hours a week.
A typical day at work includes: removing dead tree's away from Entergy Power Lines, Following a Bushhog marking any obstructions that could cause fatalities or serious injury to both me and the operator, handcutting around poles and guy wires, working on a chipper truck. Stacking and hauling brush, Loading brush into a chipper and trimming trees away from power lines.
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West Tree great place to work
Foreman class (A) Tree Trimmer (Former Employee), Bastrop, La - Little Rock, ArkFebruary 15, 2012
Pros: traveling, good overtime, and good food
Cons: having to do jobs while on storm in the elements
West tree is one of those jobs that you never forget the people there are great and loving. The job itself was very dangerous for ten hours a day we worked from 55' to 82' ft in the air trimming tree limbs out of the power lines.