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Pipe Fitter Apprentice (Former Employee), Fort Dodge, IAOctober 30, 2013
This wasnt my favorite company to work for. Living expenses are too high.
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Tig Welder (Former Employee), Fort Dodge, IAOctober 30, 2013
I learned alot at Westcon. I got to work with alot of people from all over the country & everybody has thier own little tips that they give you to help better you in your career.
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Westcon was a great start for feild exerience
Iron Worker (Former Employee), Scio OhioApril 27, 2013
Pros: great employees to work with
Cons: lacking incentives for hands
Safety Meeting , begin workday and work with other Westcon Employees to have a productive day.

May 12, 2013

Would like to find a phone number an name of Westcon to get a job in sico ohio

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Very Safe Environment To Work In
Monitor (Former Employee), Great Bend, KSMarch 14, 2013
Pros: very safe company to work for.
Cons: no health insurance.
A typical day would be to walk around in my designated area and monitor the gases in the air making sure nothing could catch on fire or explode. I learned alot about safety in a work place and to pay attention to all my surroundings. My foreman was very helpful when needed and very nice to work for. The job was not hard at all the only bad part of the – more... job would be the fear of not knowing if you would be blessed enough to return home everyday being it was a gas plant which is a dangerous place to work. The most enjoyable part of my job was being able to work with my husband so we were able to be together everyday. – less
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productive place, knowledge gained
Ironworker/Rigger/Equipment Operator (Current Employee), Williston, NDAugust 10, 2012
experience that i gain from working for them benefited me in becoming a better industrial ironworker and will make me an assest to the next company that i work for
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Constant traveling and offer alot of overtime
Construction General Foreman (Current Employee), Bismarck, NDJuly 5, 2012
Pros: great wages
Cons: constant traveling away from family
Company is growing at a great rate. Based out of North Dakota and requires traveling. Great compensation on pay. Alot of work in power plants. Company is a mechanical natured with emphasis on piping systems.
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Productive, steady, once in a while they buy everyone lunch
Class B Pipefitter (Former Employee), Clarksville TennesseeJune 20, 2012
Pros: pay scale was pretty good
Cons: nothing not to be expected at construction job's
A typical day at work was, stay moving and be productive and be safe.
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Productive work enviroment
Safety Director (Current Employee), Lorraine, KansasJune 19, 2012
Pros: seeing everyone go home the same way the come to work
Cons: hot!
My day starts with safety meetings.
We dicuss some of the issue that typically happened the
previous day at work. From the management level down,
we have for the most part, created a safe work cultral. Some of the difficulties we are experiencing now is the heat. Summers are always hard to get use to. Now the best part of my day comes when our team – more... goes home injury free. Thats my driving force! – less