"I have worked for Zachry Holdings for almost three decades. The opportunity for advancement and company core values is why I chose to remain with them for the time that I was employed by ZHI."
"A great, family owned enterprise committed to a safe and professional working environment in both the corporate setting and out on the job sites. Compensation is unfortunately low compared to that of most companies in the turnkey construction industry."
"Zachry paid my bills for a lot of years and with just a couple of exceptions kept me working. There are both good and bad aspects in it but for the most part I'd have to say I'd be happy to work for them again."
"Decent company to work for, Learned a lot in my close to 10 years with the company."
"Started working for Zachry in 2015 Started working on my tools and started moving up I was hungry to grow in the company and Zachary is a great company with lots of opportunities for people they want to move up"
"I have nothing to say about Zachry"
"Seemed like a great company. Due to the pandemic, I didn’t spend much working for it. Was reduced due to safety concerns"
"I worked for Zachry for over two years in Talent Acquisition. During my time with Zachry, I gained experience in many different aspects of talent acquisition such as sourcing, recruiting, onboarding, training, and employee relations. Zachry believes in empowering people and it is a great place for innovation. It is very fast-paced but everyone is willing to assist and provide feedback. The only part of my job I did not enjoy was the work/life balance. You are required to work 50 hours a week minimum and it can be difficult to request time off."
"Great company to stay with."
"I do not want to leave a review."
"Excellent Company overall."
"Good people to work for. Good benefits and steady work."
"I work for Zachry construction and I ran 100 ton Tadano"
"Not a logistics company, Good company if your starting to learn the different part of the business"
"Never met a company that distrusted their workers like this company did. Told their workers they never laid people off, then they laid off half their work force and called it early retirement. Laying off experienced workers in a company that designs power plants is dangerous."
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