LIC (Current Employee) – Vallejo, CA – May 7, 2018
A typical day working for Broad Spectrum is okay. What I have learned working with Broad Spectrum is how to stay more focused of my surroundings from the time I step on sight. The management at Broad Spectrum is okay, and just that OKAY!!!! Now my most enjoyable part of working at DOW Chemical Plant, (being contracted through Broad Spectrum) are the DOW employees. They are all great people to work with very understanding and helpful.
The Pros for Being employed by Broad Spectrum is that you get paid every week.
Safety Attendant (Former Employee) – Carson, CA – June 15, 2018
Love working with the company everyone's friendly and gets the job done. Long hours worth the hard work wouldn't mind doing it everyday from here on. Management is great Co-works always help eachother.
Mechanic (Boilermaker) (Former Employee) – La Porte, TX 77571 – April 17, 2018
The Company was very well organized, they take care of their workers very well. Work environment is good because the job gets done in the time frame intended and all goes by very fluent. Management down to hands (workers) are great people to work with.
Class A Driver and highway maintenance (Current Employee) – Broom field Colorado – April 14, 2018
Broad spectrum as a company that does not believe in raises and if you don't like family life or don't want one that's the place to work and they don't care if you leave they just replace you with another body
Safety Attendant (Former Employee) – Carson, CA – April 11, 2018
12 hour days working with team members. Learned how to work with a team and without one. Management had alot of favoritism so it was hard to advance. The hardest part of the job was working 7 days a week no time for family.
Safety Attendant (Former Employee) – Vallejo, CA – January 10, 2018
If you are not a friend then you get treated different that's not the way a company should be foremens are rarely in the field you can find them sitting in a truck or in the trailer which safety attendant are not allowed unless you is there budddy
Safety Attendant (Current Employee) – Benicia, CA – January 6, 2018
I've had nothing but a positive experience with Broadspectrum. Management is fantastic, I feel at home. I know they have my back like I have there's. It is a safe work environment, they have a open door policy if you have an issue with any an all things. I couldn't have gotten any luckier with this job.
Manager (Former Employee) – Manus Island – November 16, 2017
This company has cut corners in every area of the operations on Manus Island to suck every last cent out of the Australian Tax payer. Promotions and management jobs of people who are far less qualified and experienced than other staff but will put up with and assist in the cover up of poor and corrupt practice. Immigration Australia should Audit all qualifications and appointment of all staff in all areas particularly Management roles. Merit based appointments is rubbish. Australian Tax Payers should get their money back!!!! Senior management staff frequently drinking and two in particular torturing animals, this was reported and deliberately covered up and not actioned by HR Manager to protect these staff because these staff did not rock the boat. Several deaths of Asylum Seekers there were 100% preventable and if BRS was doing their job by employing and promoting the correct people which actual expertise in their fields some of these deaths could have been avoided. Information systems have been tampered with in terms of data entry, reporting and changing of case notes and processes, all you need to do is go in the back door to see when information was inputted or changed. Appalling organisation and management, Do Not employ people in Management from this project particularly any HR staff.
3 week on 3 weeks off
Everything About the Manus Island Management - Particularly the HR
Foreman (Former Employee) – La Porte, TX – November 4, 2017
Everyone at the company was very well to get along with the job was very hard at times but we maintained and got it done the job is also very dangerous because it was always on the mainline and the service road even though the people around were very fun.
Industrial Mechanic (Former Employee) – Vallejo, CA – November 3, 2017
morning meeting and safety mins and workload for the day. walk jobs, did paper work, got permits, gathered materials, changed valves or piping, repair steam leaks, clean up after job, qc on bolt ups, signed off paper work,.