Senior Field Engineer (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 27, 2018
A typical day at work is unexpected dispatches and trouble shooting. Very difficult time body clock adjustments. A lot of diverse technology experiences with different clients. Non-transparency of annual evaluations. There is no predictable path for advancement.
Flexibility of not being confined to an office
Poor family work life balance, on call 24/7 - no predictable schedule, unpredictable schedules, overbearing work ours
Intern, most of my work posted online through email.
Estimator (Former Employee) – Henderson, NV – June 4, 2018
As stated before, I was an intern for about 6 weeks so I do not have as much experience as I should, but during those times a typical work day was getting on the computer to see what my managers have left for me to do.
Has potential, needs to remember why they are great
Superintendent, Infrastructure (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 3, 2018
Company jumped on project they were not quite ready for. Now struggling to meet demands of customer. need to re-access projects for the future. Also programs and scope associated relating to new project. Otherwise, good company to work for.
Good Pay, New Equipment and Vechicle
Lack of execution of goals, Upper management lack of knowledge on daily tasks.
Field Technician (Current Employee) – MI – February 24, 2018
ZERO loyalty to employees. Very poor managment. No room for advancement. Just cut performance bonus and pay raises. I wasted more than 10 years working here. Management demands you work weekends and holidays.
Great Place to Work if you don't have a disability
Field Technician (Former Employee) – Wisconsin – January 26, 2018
Never without anything to do, Great management staff and long hours. The priority with Ledcor is servicing the customer, not the employee. As long as you know that you come second or even third, you will enjoy working here. If you have or come to have a disability, don't expect to keep your job.
Was a pretty good job but had to relocate for family reason, I worked up to 6 days a week at 12 hour days with 1.5 hour each way travel time to the job site. I was promoted too foreman in under a year so if you are qualified, work hard and are a very safe employee I believe you will have a good experience at Led cor.
Senior Project Accountant (Current Employee) – Irvine, CA – September 6, 2017
A great Company to work for. Great Benefits, great pay. Everyone is a team player. Your typical day is an 8 hr work day. They have web classes on a weekly basis to teach you different aspects of the business.
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 8, 2017
Ledcor defined everything that stood for success. Unfortunately, my employment was terminated due to dissolution in the US. They continue to enjoy success in Canada, but the local market failed to support our infrastructure. Nothing but respect and love for the people and the organization.....Great Company!
Project engineer (Former Employee) – San Diego – July 21, 2017
Typical day starts at 6am and ends at 5pm. There is no work life balance. Hire local and then assign you to projects 1.5 hours away. Company has lost many key clients over the years. Advancement is based on who you know not the best qualified.
Senior Director, Corporate Accounts (Current Employee) – Bellevue, WA – June 29, 2017
Ledcor has a good work life balance depending on the clients and accounts you are working on. Management has been supportive and always worked to let staff have their personal time. Ledcor is also supportive of the communities they live and work in.
Field Technician II (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – May 18, 2017
On call 24/7, 365 days a week takes a toll on you mentally and physically. To management, it was safety first. But really, it was customer first. If you didn't sleep 24hrs straight, did not matter to them.