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More work to be completed than field employees and equipment can handle. Junk equipment. They brag about all the work they have but cannot complete anything. All they do is put fires out and jump from job to job. Project managers are constantly trying to cover up mistakes made by the estimating department and are held accountable for poor results. Parts of the office are loud with some very foul mouth individuals.
They will fire you then use you as an excuse why the job is behind schedule and loosing money
I started off with hardly any construction experience, I wanted to advance and they gave me the opportunity to. Everyone was so nice like a little family, I love this company
Advancement, willing to teach if u willing to learn
As of all construction jobs, can't work in bad weather
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The job its self at Blythe was a decent experience. The problem was that others get away with unacceptable behavior, while the ones who care and worked their butts off had no respect. If you needed a day off no problem. But they are a mess when it comes to management. Even told an employee he could use some extras and then fired him later on for it. Set him up. Its dirty.
U will encounter people using the N word openly and it's to get an reaction out of u. As if that's an appropriate word for them to be using and it's not.
Can make alot in overtime but that depebds on the weather
U can not work a lot due to rain or bad weather
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They mess up pay checks about twice a month then of you dont come because you didn't get paid they tell you their going to fire you for not coming in and takes a couple weeks to get your check fixed very poor management
Wish they could get there forman an suporvisior to get on the same pag2..an not work against one another..upper management needs to get more involved an look at lower management
every morning you would have to wait to see what we would have to do that day. you would never know when your lunch would be or even have one. ordering concrete was also a guessing game. never know when it would show up if it did had to make sure it was for that area or for somebody else
no time for family