Wright Careers and Employment
Work happinessScores based on about 345 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
Wright is a family-owned and operated business devoted to its employees. When you work at Wright’s you are not just 'one of our employees', here you are part of the Wright family. We are committed to your personal and professional development.
Your career will never stop growing when you work with us, there are always ways to climb the job ladder. We have multiple people within our company that started out in entry-level traffic control flagger positions and are now regional trainers, operations managers, or regional directors. Wright is not just a place to get a job, it is a place to find a career and family!
Wright benefits include 401k, paid time off, paid holidays, medical benefits, weekly pay, and more!
There are 3 Wright jobs close to Ashburn, VA. You can check out other available jobs at Wright.
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If you want to be a flagger ok place to start out at work there for a few weeks to like 3 months you get enough experience as a flagger but if you really want to be a good flagger go to flagger force your better off
Out side doing nothing but standing. Over all very very bad. As a female I was hopeful they would help more. But guess again. All I hear is complaints
I have never worked for a more toxic company before, they treat you poorly if you don’t reach the outrageous goals they set but offer not guidance on how to reach those goals. They expect you to hire an exorbitant amount of people while offering terrible pay and benefits and then blame the employees for not reaching those numbers.
What is the best part of working at the company? My coworkers. What is the most stressful part about working at the company? Managements lack of communication as well as the constant changing of policy. What is the work environment and culture like at the company? Stressful. What is a typical day like for you at the company? Stressful
It was a great job until they started hiring people who were not very good at driving or would get you in trouble. Would I work here again? I would absolutely.
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They wanted to know about my driving record. Also asked about ability to work well with others.
Same old tricks any interviewer has. The most memorable one was: "Did you work at flagger force or any company like this?" Also was told i would be in a truck in two weeks but it took 2 months even though i watched someone advance to crew lead within a week of being there, though she did nothing to earn it.
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- articleWhat’s it like working at Wright?Published on May 24, 2021