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Stacker operator (Former Employee) – Modesto Ca – September 9, 2018
Linspected trusses for any damages and missing plates then We stack them to be loaded onto the truck to go to job sitemaintained a safe working enviorment customer service mai tendency and safety of the yard the ability to present a professional image safety protocol reconginition
Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Greeley, CO – September 25, 2018
For having train cars coming in twice a week and all the customer taking produce out along with the delivery's you had to be on your toes. Bmc is like on of those mom and pop lumber yard with the friendly atmosphere and team work that exceeds the standard.
Forklift Operator/Material Handler (Former Employee) – Spokane Valley, WA – August 25, 2018
Wasn't a bad gig. Didn't pay nearly enough to support a family. I personally felt over worked and under paid! Part of the reason I didn't go back. Didn't want to slave! But the people there were amazing!
Carpenter/Laborer (Current Employee) – Indio, CA – August 8, 2018
Some formers frefer their own workers and the new ones dont get to many hours and they tell you they ll pay you more money and it never happens they just keep tellying you that so they dont pay you more
Dispatcher/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – August 7, 2018
Lack of appreciation from upper management. Meaning they don't stand up for there employees and reward the ones that do there job duties well. The place is divided instead of working as a team which I prefer. Morale is huge for me.
Think of a prison yard and you'll get a good idea what its like
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Greeley, CO – July 27, 2018
If you want a temporary entry level position where you'll be exposed to lax safety regulations, being overworked and treated like a minion, unsafe broken down equipment this is a good place to start. People who have been there for a long time with no supervisory experience are put in leadership positions. This moronic methodology produces employee abuse, clicks akin to prison yard and school ground bullying and open shaming in front of other employees being rampid. Aside from the aforementioned antics, you can learn a lot and take it with you to a place that might have a better handle on their lead people. Their always short of CDL drivers because who in their right mind would stay very long in this kind of environment?
Designer II (Current Employee) – Englewood, CO – July 25, 2018
Software on lock down by the manager. No ability to grow from position. All designers have exactly the same base pay with commissions in place. Truss designers get higher commision rates than EWP and RF designers.
Door frame manufacturer (Former Employee) – Modesto, CA – June 29, 2018
Working at BMC was a very fast paced environment. everyone worked as a team and got the jobs done on a daily basis. The hours would fly by and work was enjoyable and left the job feeling very productive.