Electrical Supervisor - D. C. Cook Nuclear Plant (Former Employee) – Bridgman, MI – June 19, 2018
There was a lot of back-stabbing and clearly certain members of the group talked down to others in the group. The manager was a quality individual, but there were others that made it a less than quality place.
Drive an Articulated truck/Operator (Former Employee) – Lawrence, KS – June 6, 2018
Worked there for a year and when winter was over found out they brought other workers in and I didnt have a job. No one told me I went to the job site and asked. Never was offered insurance etc. Really bad place to work
Welfare Recipient (Former Employee) – Schenectady, NY – May 16, 2018
Good Old Boys Club ! Management has their friends+ siblings Etc. work for the company. You figure out who receives special treatment. Don't speak up about the favoritism they will force you out. Human Resources lie, lie, tell Corp. a different story. You will get paid every week, sometimes to do nothing.
Senior Client Program Manager (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – April 26, 2018
the new ceo di not have have an honest vision. he brought a bunch of high salary people on board that were a burden on the profitibility and to reduce the loss he ended up letting go people that were in the trenches with 10-25 years of experiences, no respect to longevitity.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Fruitland, NM – March 20, 2018
as a laborer ive learned how to pace my self ive leared job skills and safety, i have learned that working in the construction industry can be trying but qith the support of coworkers working alongside me can be pretty easier to work.
Human Resources Administrator and Coordinator (Former Employee) – La Porte, TX – February 22, 2018
New company positioning itself to grow. APTIM has the potential to expand after this initial contraction. Exciting opportunity to position yourself in a new company that can make an aggressive push in the market.
Communications and Marketing Manager (Former Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – February 12, 2018
Leadership keeps delaying releasing organizational charts because they have not been able to agree upon how they want the company structured. Hopefully, they will figure things out before they lose any more large clients.
Site HSE Manager (Current Employee) – Baton Rouge, LA – January 30, 2018
Each day, I review the previous day’s work papers such as JSA’s. Each day I try to go multiple times into the field to observe employees working. Looking for tasks being performs safely and communicating with employees about the job.
Scaffold Builder (Current Employee) – Deer Park, TX – January 22, 2018
clock in to work 15 min early, start of the day with a morning safety meeting and then begin work. take an hour lunch and get back to work. when the work day is over place all material in its place and go home.
Terrible management, low salary for a refinery job.
Eventory/maintenance/LDAR (Former Employee) – United States – January 19, 2018
Management is terrible, the salary is even worst for what u have to put up with.. everybody gossips about everybody..it's really no room for advancement so you'll literally be in the same place for years.
The hours are great, can't beat it.
Would like to have overtime, better management, better pay