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Great Company
Project Manager (Current Employee) –  American Falls, ID 83211August 28, 2018
Great place to work great family owned company, new shop, new pay, great people to be around and work with, good all around place to be and be a part
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Terrible company
Tech (Former Employee) –  Billings, MTFebruary 17, 2018
Though local management and the upper management are nice people (or at least make a pretense of caring) they do micromanage. The attitude is mostly "just get it on the road" which is obvious by the junky trailers.There is no shop supervisor, just a lead tech who barely knows anything about trucks or trailers and puts broken equipment back on the road again. Company preaches safety but have techs work ten or more hour shifts completely alone which isn't safe in the least. One location has only one tech who is on call 24/7. How's that for cheap? During the winter months the equipment is frozen and covered with ice and mud which melts on you and the shop making a nasty mess. This is no fault of the company, but it is a depressing condition you will have to work in for three or four months. No kind of training provided. Tool trucks aren't allowed on the property which is beyond ridiculous. Per diem to work out of town is only 350 a week for hotel and food. Not enough. At least the pay was good and the people I worked with were easy to get along with.
Pros
New trucks, decent pay, co workers are easy to get along with
Cons
Micromanagement, work alone, filthy working conditions
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Mining
Semi Truck Driver (Former Employee) –  Valmy, NVJanuary 5, 2018
It was a ok job. Most all the drivers would help each other. The mining division in Valmy , Nv has closed but they continue to haul Sugar beets and coal in other states.
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Local Truck Driver (Former Employee) –  East Grand Forks, MNOctober 9, 2017
I am hauling sugar beets all day working one line go and back
I learned how to work sort line also how to dump sugar beets
They managed was good and culture was good.
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not a bad place to work at.
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) –  Twin Falls, IDApril 10, 2017
Work starts out at a very slow pace, but once things get moving it's pretty much non-stop from the get go. you will have no time to stop for anything or you do not make any money.
Cons
The bad part is that some times the factory stops, and you end up sitting for hrs.
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A good place to work for a winter job
Driver (Current Employee) –  Paul, IDFebruary 2, 2017
It's a good place to work with plenty of room to grow. You run good equipment home everyday and decent pay. The management staff treat you well. The staff and everyone here are friendly and helpful.
Pros
Bonuses
Cons
Healthcare
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Discrimatory
Driver (Former Employee) –  American Falls, IDJanuary 24, 2017
These guys are complete morons!!!!! Talk about Potato Heads!!!!
They have all the experience for workers surrounding them but even when you apply 20 times they never contact you period!!!!!!!
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Good Place To Work
Driver-Seasonal (Former Employee) –  Renville, MNJanuary 8, 2017
A Good Driving Environment. Safety and Cleanliness is Encouraged. The People were mostly friendly. Trucks were in fairly good operational condition. Good environment for retired truck drivers looking for extra pay.
Pros
Good pay
Cons
Night shifts
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Great People! Terrible Pay!
Driver (Current Employee) –  IdahoJanuary 2, 2017
The pay is by the load and seems to never go in your favor. The loader operators are told to over load you. Co-workers are all great not sure what the other guys issue is.
Pros
Great Co-workers
Cons
Pay, running overweight
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not what expected when hired
Driver (Current Employee) –  IdahoDecember 4, 2016
The equipment is under maintenance and trucks break down. The pay per load is low with average pay in 12-14 hour period at $5-$10 per hour. Everyone wants the longer higher pay loads but not everyone can get them. The average pay of "3600" per month (if lucky) is before taxes. Shifts are 4 on 2 off and newbies get the 12am-1pm shift not leaving any time for family time. The training is little to none and you have to rely on the older seasoned drivers to give you tips, (which the are reluctant to do so because it'll cut into their earnings the less you know them more they make) . If you have a problem with payroll don't expect to talk to anyone in payroll ever.... you can only do relays with you manger, who makes a call to someone who makes a call to payroll. However most everyone is polite as for people wise.
Pros
Home daily
Cons
No family time low pay loads rundown equipment
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Fast-paced w/ little room for mistakes
Flumer (Former Employee) –  Twin Falls, IDJanuary 25, 2016
-Only provided me with an hour or two of training, so I had to learn quickly.
-Management was great, but veteran employees are too confident. Often interfered with my job.
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A great place to thrive
Recruitment (Current Employee) –  Great Falls, MTJuly 7, 2015
Transystems is a nurturing environment for motivated people to thrive. Innovation is encouraged.

Benefits package in particular the health coverage is excellent.
Pros
Team atmosphere
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seasonal--no benefits
Payloader Operator (Current Employee) –  Renville, MNApril 8, 2015
This is a seasonal job, co-workers are good to work with, safety is a top priority, management is helpful and considerate.
Pros
some pile sites close to home
Cons
hard to take break times--no benefits
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4.0
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it is a ok job
Truck Driver (Current Employee) –  Great Falls, MTJanuary 2, 2015
i haul surgar beet to the plant i do a daily log i work 12 hours a day. the hardest part of the job is not knowing how long the season will be. i do enjoy driving the trucks.
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Poor pay!
CDL Driver (Former Employee) –  Tioga, NDNovember 1, 2014
Very poor pay for a 12hr shift...seriously when will people stop letting companies like this take advantage them.
Pros
easy job
Cons
poor pay
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productive and enjoyable
Loader Operator (Former Employee) –  twin falls, idahoSeptember 7, 2013
i enjoyed this job running front end loader good management and co workers were friendly hardest part was being in a rush
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Diverse projects
Architect IV (Former Employee) –  Maitland, FLSeptember 3, 2013
The project I was involved with was state of the art due to current military circumstances.
Management- again, can implode a company really quickly. Communication is paramount for success.
A couple co-workers were a pleasure to work with while others were a waste of salary. People smoked 1/2 pack daily, NON productive. Others were trouble makers.
Deadlines were a challenge compounded by uneducated, unprofessional, counterproductive co-worker(s)
Enjoyable, the project itself
Pros
The project(s)
Cons
Spinless management(s) lack of backbone to dismiss unproductive, uncooperative co-workers. Lost my job; ultimately my career with this corporation.
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4.0
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A well managed engineering firm with high goals
Project Manager (Civil Designer) (Former Employee) –  Fort Worth, TXMarch 11, 2013
TranSystems was a place of growth for me. They gave me increasingly higher responsibilities, and provided me the freedom to thrive in my new roles.
Compensation was mid-line for managers, designers, and engineers.
I made a lot of friends at TranSystems, which have remained so for many years.
Pros
strong leadership, focused on a professional product
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