Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Elite Contracting Group.
If you must, expect dishonesty.
Very rare but a lot of drive time when on the clock and every move tracked.
No retirement benefits
No disability, short or long term
No life insurance
Health & dental is expensive and changes often
Short interview. They make it sound promising but after you are hired they change conditions of work. Example: work nights, on call for 2 weeks every 8 weeks.
Watching over your back to see who will stab you in it first then pretend to be your best friend. Lack of organization or forethought in the projects we do here. As was mentioned in a previous review, safety is so called priority and preached but not practiced. Only a select few actually practice proper safety here.
Treat people with respect #1, show employees how to do their work effectively without bashing them for not knowing how or what to do here. Less idle time and more thought would go a long ways. Communicate what's to be done and how NOW and not LATER because it's usually all too little too late.
Ensure everyone is safe at all times and not just when it's convenient for managament.
Pay people what they are worth and really get to know what they're capable of instead of putting all the weight on them 90% of the time because they're new.
No one should get special consideration or leeway on any job that needs to be done. No favortism and no exclusion. If the job is to be done and done right, it takes the whole team not just a select few out of the crew who come here to work instead of coming here to play around.