Eilbeck Cranes
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Boilermaker in Perth WA
on 21 April 2022
No fun working here at all
Think twice before working with this company!No support, regarding bad working relationships! Since I started here, no increases, no help when you need to learn new stuff. Only buddy buffy at this place. When someone treats you like trash since day one, they do nothing about it. Salary suck big time. Only sustain people get all the overtime, and only sustain people get sent home. If management are better trained, it would go much better in that place. But unfortunately some people have more say then the Managers and leadinghands.
Administration in Australia
on 27 April 2022
Nasty, rude, toxic management style
If you actually put effort into acknowledging your employees and showing them appreciation they would be more willing to go above and beyond for the company. You give them the absolute bare minimum, so that is all you will ever receive in return. Company would run far better with a new national service manager who had people and management skills who supported and promoted his staff instead of bullying them. No matter how much effort is given it is never going to be good enough to meet the unrealistic expectations management have. You have some exceptional staff but if you treated them better you would soon see their true potential.
Housekeeping in Bayswater WA
on 1 September 2020
Eilbeck cranes
Start at 6am and worked till 2pm or u can do over time choice was yours, learn to construct walk ways and stair cases for beams, making overhead cranes for the largest company in Australia
Engineer in Ingleburn NSW
on 29 June 2019
One of the worst place I worked for.
Very difficult workplace to be in. There is no respect for engineers and also for each other. Managers are one of the worst to with especially the MD. Rude, arrogant and aggressive and lack of people skills towards each individual. Glad that I’m no longer work there regardless of what salary income they are paying you. Also you are forced to work long hours of 50-60 hrs week including Saturdays.
Yard hand in Sydney NSW
on 12 June 2019
Productive and Fun workplace
I met Charlie Eilbeck and was in need of a job so desperately he gave me the opportunity to work and prove myself, however i was going through some personal issues which led me to leaving early. This company is extremely family orientated and is a great place to work.

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