you can't switch locations no hr department not professional
Laborer/Helper (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – June 16, 2019
average day at a construction site your supervisor disappears frequently workers are underpaid no paid days usually one off day and thats sunday you can't switch locations no hr department not professional
Driver/Operator (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – December 13, 2018
bad information bad treatment you feel like trash present me to an interview and it was the most disastrous of my life the supervisor sitting at the table are not professionals and little education talk to you in a way as if you were not doing the job they are not to teach you to handle that is true but I think you should give a minimum orientation before starting work do not have time says such a tremendous jimmy bad attitude the worst yard the Kirby
Construction Worker (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – August 19, 2018
Does not matter what you do or how many hours you work nothing is ever good enough after working back to back weeks 80 plus hours. Safety is out the window on this job. Could take your life very easily.
Service Fuel Technician/Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – July 9, 2018
With W.B. you could work up to 40 hours in a matter of 4 days depending on the amount work after tearing up some ground to build or extend the highways. Cons if it should rain work usually may come to a halt because can not work in mud and hard for trucks to grip the ground
Lots of hours and work when your not being rained out. There are no guaranteed hours in the case of rainouts. Two shifts are available night and day shift. Very competitive and fast-paced. Low wage scale but checks are manageable mostly because of the hours.