Electric Dam Operator (Former Employee) – West Michigan – December 10, 2018
Working outdoors during all weather types may not be for everyone, but you will surely see some great views and appreciate nature every day. Old buildings, hands on work, and providing a needed services to support renewable energy are things to expect here.
Place was easy to work and the pay was good but the people yo worked with were i wouldn't say racist but they wanted all white people to work there, also if they had to work and you had an easy day they would complain to management that you didn't do anything when thats how it went some days you would be busy and the other crew would have it easy but I wouldnt say anything because I'm there to make money and do my job and those days would switch so it didn't bother me.
OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Port Arthur, TX – June 14, 2018
A typical day at work was very busy and we had to pre-pair to work on breaking down materials, I learned how to time manage and basically about the materials we used. Management was very helpful on assisting with training new and existing employees. Work place was very fast paced and busy yet comfortable.
Unstable , hard to predict longevity of employment, no job security, highly dangerous chemicals, Loots of favoritism, Safety was a big concern and protocols were in place, Men were easy to talk to and work with,
I would assist people to feel better. Colon health is not something talked about, generally, but when you don't feel good in this area, it's a big deal. People need to have their colons cleaned every now & then and I helped to provide my clients with much needed relief and I liked for them to feel good.
I normally had about 3 to 4 clients per day.
Helping clients to feel better. I liked working independently.
Once in while this could be a messy job. And luckily this didn't happen too often.