As a contractor , I work in different suburbs. More I work , the more I get paid.
Contractor (Former Employee) – South East Melbourne – 23 January 2014
Work as contractor on field. Free courses were provided on safety and Work process. The hardest part was,during rainy days where could not achieved the installation of new meters to cover the daily rate.
Meter Reader (Former Employee) – Perth WA – 11 June 2019
I liked the job, but I was fired after only 2 months because I couldn't meet their bullsht average meter readings per hour per route, even tho my pace had nothing to do with it. They only care about you getting the job done as fast as possible, to save themselves money. Understandable...But if you take longer than desired, for reasons that have nothing to do with how fast you are, they wont give you shifts...No job security, no set hours, youre treated like a pawn
Fixed communications - OMMA Payment controller (Current Employee) – Melbourne CBD – 28 May 2019
Overall a good workplace, a typical day of work consists of saying good morning, grabbing a cup of coffee and then sitting down to grind through repetitive tasks. joining the company fresh out of uni I have learnt how a business operates as well as a lot about the fixed communication infrastructure. Management can be a little hard to read at times however overall they have guided me in the right direction.