Productive company with ability to fulfill contracts.
Typical day at work means you arrive early and on time. Understanding that all scheduling is weather dependent and apt to change.Budget driven. Its different from contract to contract.Hourly employees can expect at least 40 per week. Co-workers generally get along fine with few breaks to chat. Training is really good and this company adheres to OSHA and DOT industry standards. The hardest part of the job can be a breakdown in communication at any level. The worst part of communication breakdown often comes from inexperienced Supervisors and Managers straight out of school and no hands on training nor organizational skills. The thing I like most about this company is if you don't want to be there or you slack off consistently, then you're gone. They do take time to reward laborers with bonus incentives. Each project is different. Sometimes there is a tendency for supervisors to "doctor" paperwork to avoid workman compensation claims and to skip their own safety policies when it pertains to themselves.
Good pay and benefits.
Personal tool loss/theft, little or no breaks