Jaws Buckets & Attachments
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there is a really nice work and normal life balance to be had.at this company all of the overtime is done before usual shift starts which suits me well
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Shi$ place to work

Would recommend people not to work there . Managed by family members with no idea, have no concern for the employees. Boring and repeaditive work bad culture

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None

Cons

Where hope goes to die
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Good place to work friendly work mates meet some good friends there and some skilled tradesmen

Great place to work good people to work with and good variety of work flexible working hours if I have family and friends plenty of opportunity to get new skills

Pros

7/3:30 hours plenty of ot avalable

Cons

Average hourly rate.
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Good easygoing place to work. lots of outdoor time.

A lot of time was spent outside the store driving forklifts, as the larger parts of the excavation buckets were outside.Management were good. Workplace culture was easygoing with very little stress.The hardest part of the job was when it rained, due to the amount of time spent outdoors. One of the most enjoyable parts of the job was making frequent deliveries and pick ups in the company truck.

Pros

Relaxed easygoing atmosphere

Cons

Working outdoors in the rain
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Not real fun place to work

Some times challenging job, most of the time repetitive and boring. Pay is not good the bosses are not really friendly. Totally I was really struggle to work in this place.
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Manufactured attatchments for heavy machinary

My job was to help the boilermakers and be an assistant to them, We would check all safety requirements and check the all dimensions of the job to be welded. Boilermakers would train me to weld heavy gauge steel and use proper procedures I learnt manual handling skills with electric tools and to weld with heavy gauge wire. The vertical weld is definitely the hardest weld to do and seeing the end product was very rewarding.

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Learnt new skills

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Welding spag
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Based on 6 reviews

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3.8 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.0 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
2.5 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3.3 out of 5 stars for Management
3.0 out of 5 stars for Culture

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