Questions and Answers about Tradesmen International

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Tradesmen International.

Ask or search question

Don't see your question? Post it publicly! Please don't submit any personal information. Guidelines
The best questions are directly relevant to Tradesmen International.
  • What is the work environment and culture like?
  • How are the working hours?
  • What are some tips for doing well in the interview?

180 questions

Take a better look at who you hire for office personnel in the future. Very arrogant , smug , and rude in the Ontario, Ohio office! You know who you are.

Answered

See 34 answers
Report question

Temp. I had to resort to turnin trix for the rest of my 40 hrs

Answered

See 18 answers
Report question

Communication difficulties with cell, check? Output agreement?output

Answered

See 17 answers
Report question

I don't think I did ! They just don't let you know whats going on. You are my favorite Union/ non union . no dues, no job, no benifits.

Answered

See 13 answers
Report question

It all depends on the client they say they do a background check but I believe it's only for sexual charges and really violent charges like attempted murder I'm sure but for the violent charges it depends on how long ago I'm a convicted felon with drug charges stemming for about six seven years ago and they got me working the very next day!

Answered

See 8 answers
Report question

No drug screen

Answered

See 5 answers
Report question

No they do not test on site for hire I went there on a Friday and went to work the very next Monday in fact it's going on a week that I'm working and I still haven't taking any type of test and the whole urine or hair thing is strictly depending on the contractor you're going to be working for if they test you it's urine they're not going to Shell out the money for a hair sample that's only for government / military work

Answered

See 5 answers
Report question

Show up on time. Not early, not late, but on time. Have your application completed or at least have the information you need to complete it available. Do not fuss about having to complete an application- if you can't be bothered to put an effort into getting hired, how can we expect you to put an effort in while working? Ask questions and be honest. Don't try to hide stuff or sugarcoat it- a good interviewer will pick up on dishonesty very quickly. What you wear is not a huge deal, but be presentable (unless you came straight from work to the interview). This is advice from someone who does the hiring for this company. You won't get a better answer than that.

Answered

See 5 answers
Report question

Field experience is preferred, but I have hired guys fresh out of school before- as long as references check out and the instructors will vouch for the skill level.

Answered

See 5 answers
Report question
Claimed Profile