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Upload your resume Sign in. Found 49 reviews matching the search See all 1, reviews. Good place to work but not steady work. When job ends my be laid off for week or two. A lot of
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Job pay isn't away the same. Was this review helpful? Lots of work for skilled assets. Started off full swing and eventually decided to start up my Tradesmen international apprenticeship sole proprietorship. Then, became involved with information technology to which Tradesmen could be relied upon to communicate and supply the need for a knowledgeable workforce.
A great place to work. They were very fair to all employees benefits health insurance k pay time off pay vacations help of schooling help provide tools and take a percentage out of your check.
They had plenty of work. It was easy to stay busy. Tradesman help me out with any issues and worked with me as much as they could. I decided to move to Chicago. Not my cup of tea. They low ball you in pay and then expect to work all day with out being able to talk to anyone in office about work conditions or pay. Management did not seem to care. Tradesmen International isn't
Tradesmen international apprenticeship bad place to work sometimes they can't keep you working.
To much down time in between jobs I wont to stay busy and sometimes they can't provide work. Not bad companies work for I had a great time and still am as I continue to work for tradesman international. I'm glad I got the opportunity to work here.
A very good way to find skilled trade work in between permanent employment. The work was usually reliable with a lot of support from assignment personnel. A typical day was what you would expect from any trade-specific employer. I worked with a few different job coordinators who were all talk, saying things like "I have something I want you to start on next week", then a phone call never comes about the role.
I also repeatedly would call them when I was between jobs to see what other ones might be available, hardly any of them ever pick up
Tradesmen international apprenticeship phones Tradesmen international apprenticeship it is a foregone conclusion that a voicemail left for Jeremiah will never be returned. Tradesmen is a good spot if you just need a job in the short-term, don't expect to stay long or be valued.
Decent People and Environment. I didn't really have much interaction with the company itself besides turning in time sheets, due to the fact that it's an Temp. I didn't have many problems with them during the Job, an even had a recruiter contact Me after the Job to Me know that there whether there was or was not another Job in My field.
Assignment are fast paced when available. You can learn many things working with different company assignments. Management can be helpful at times. And work place culture is diverse witch is a good thing to be working with these days. The hardest part of the job is making friends and the assignment ends Most likely you don't see those folks anymore.
The enjoyable part of the job is the sense of accomplishment after helping complete a project. Very employee friendly, helpful and kind.
Tradesmen International got me started on a job the next day after being hired. This is my first time working through a temp agency. With only a little more then a month working for Tradesmen it is difficult to for me to give a solid review. Over all if you know your skill one will be fine. Trabajos en campos solares. Buen ambiente de trabajo. No hay nada de discriminacion.
Great place to work. Tradesmen Intenational gets you to work fast if you are in the trades, as well as general They are always having company functions and are very involved in their employees work life.
Hardest part of being an electrician in general is the heavy lifting, working in the heat. Great workers in the office. They are really helpfully in explaining everything up front to you and they found me a job within a few days of applying.
Excellent customer service skills and Tradesmen international apprenticeship professional. The work was fun and rewarding. They kept me busy with steady work.
No room for advancement. The management in Fort Collins needed to be improved.
I enjoyed working here. It was hard labor work for the most part. But I do enjoy doing things like that. I did learn some knew things I didn't know before from experienced men who have been in the field a long time.
Training is not great, and apprentices are grossly underpaid!! Training is pretty basic. You can make much more in other apprenticeships.
You must provide your own tools including power tools. Also they do not provide healthcare or a retirement. Claimed Profile Review this company.