Travailler chez Hatch : présentation de l'entreprise et avis

191 avis
Hatch : notes
Note moyenne sur 191 avis sur Indeed
3,8Équilibre vie privée/professionnelle
3,7Salaire et avantages
3,1Sécurité de l'emploi et avancement de carrière
3,7Culture d'entreprise
Siège social
Global Head Office: 2800 Speakman Drive Mississauga, Ontario Canada L5K 2R7
+ de 10 000
Chiffre d'affaires
De 1 à 5 milliards $ (US)
Consulting and Business Services

Emplois populaires chez Hatch

 Salaire moyenGrille de salaires
1 salaire indiqué
48 000 $
par an
24 000 $-72 000 $
10 salaires indiqués
37,00 $
par heure
18,50 $-55,50 $
4 salaires indiqués
20,00 $
par heure
10,15 $-30,00 $
3 salaires indiqués
4 500 $
par mois
2 200 $-6 800 $
1 salaire indiqué
77 000 $
par an
38 000 $-116 000 $
Satisfaction vis-à-vis du salaire
Pourcentage d'employés satisfaits de leur salaire
D'après 188 avis

Hatch : avis

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Avis généraux sur l'entreprise Hatch

Coach | Toronto, ON | 28 nov. 2019
Great job, terrible management
I loved the actual work of coaching java to kids. It was also great to learn java as I was teaching it. If you like working with kids this is a great job and there are great lessons for you to go though to get yourself up to speed if you're not skilled with java. However the hours were very hard to work around. I was sent to schools all over the GTA during their lunch break and their after school hours. I managed to balance this while working other part time jobs. One problem was that management was horrendous. I' was scheduled to pick up laptops at their main centre to take over to the school I was to coach at. When I arrived, they didn't have any laptops for me. They told me to return the following week, which I did. When I arrived they again didn't have any laptops available and also my classes were cancelled and I wasn't even notified. I asked them to pay for my travel time which they did. Very disorganized and a poor lack of communication. Another huge problem was for their March Break camps they asked if I was available. After making arrangements with my other part time work I told them I'd do it. I went in for a March Break orientation and afterwards they said to keep an eye on my online schedule. I didn't receive any hours at all and when I inquired they didn't give me straight answers and scheduled 2 half shifts, instead of the 2 full time weeks I was supposed to work. I immediately quit after this. Overall, the actual work is great but th
Mechanical Engineer | Saskatoon, SK | 16 juill. 2021
Typical big consulting company with terrible management, low pay, political environment, but great learning for EITs
The job oscillates from super busy to not busy at all, but the projects can be very interesting. There are also great people in the organization, you can work with different offices in different parts of the world. I started as an EIT and learned a lot from senior engineers. It's a good place to start your career. However, in Hatch you either start with a good salary and shares, or you pretty much never getting them. Hatch is advertised as an employee owned company, but in fact 5% of people have 90% of shares. That means that managers push young engineers into never ending harsh assignments (to make 50% of what the site employees make) with the prospect of getting shares one day. This day never comes for many, that leave the company frustrated (not my case I was just never offered). There is a big disconnect between managers/shareholders and the regular employee and you can tell this is hurting the company by the amount of people leaving or wanting to leave. In the Saskatoon office management can be pretty terrible and you can be buried by your supervisor quite easily. Overall, its surprisingly unstructured for such a huge company, management is terrible, pay is below average, colleagues can be awesome, but there is a lot of politics and competition. In my opinion is a company starting your career then moving along.
Points positifsGuidance when starting the career
Points négatifsManagement, Computer hardware, salary, benefits, politics, shareholder, highs and lows in workload, competition between employees
Administrative Assistant | Thunder Bay, ON | 28 sept. 2021
Management Sucks
I have worked for this company for 5+years and have given all I could to this company so they can turn around and dismiss me. I have taken on more responsibility as the years passed with no training and no pay increase. Last year our admin staff was at 3 people, one person resigned and one person was let go, which left only me as the admin staff to all employees, so I took on more responsibility including HR, financial, computer equipment, vehicle management and other responsibilities. I never received a pay increase to reflect the increase in responsibility. Now they have chosen to dismiss me due to the fact I declined to answer their survey as that is my right. They decided to ask personal questions including medical treatments and procedures. The real kicker is that they dismissed under the guise of Health & Safety. This company has no regard for the employees, they seem to think or portray they do but I know they don't. The worst downfall to this company is upper management, we are just minions at the bottom of the scale.
Points positifsSome co-workers are great
Points négatifsIncreased responsibility, no increase in pay to reflect the added responsibility
Managing Director | Toronto, ON | 15 févr. 2019
Long-term employees get tenure, for the rest you're dispensable
Big engineering and consulting companies thrive in the good times and scrape by in the bad. This is when surplus staff get dumped to preserve profitability for the senior shareholders, as it's employee-owned. Hatch has a good reputation in some industries and with some clients. Its core capabilities are good and it has some great teams. It has acquired a number of smaller engineering companies over the years, but these often struggle to integrate and most acquired employees tend to wash out of the system. It's as though the acquisition was more for a client base than the people. As a global operation, visiting many of the distant operations one can feel the tension of peoples' uncertainty in their roles. If the leadership was stronger, more committed, and could hold the trust of their staff it would be a far better company to work for.
Points positifsMany capable people and a drive to recruit top young engineers
Points négatifsThe young engineers hit the ceiling or hit the road within seven years.
Senior Structural Engineer | Montréal, QC | 9 févr. 2017
Excellent overall company culture
Excellent company, good organization, good possibilities for advancement,friendly environment, fair salaries.Possibilities to travel to many countries around the World. A typical day is an eight hour day. But due to the company's concern and care of its employees, many employees would work overtime and on weekends without consideration of extra pay. Management was careful to attend to its employees needs and concerns. Work place culture was friendly and cooperative. The hardest part of any job was to avoid failure. The most enjoyable part of a job was to have it completed to the entire satisfation of the Management and of the Clients. What I learned was above all the way human nature acts and reacts to circumstances.The possibility to travel to many countries around the World for the Company's projects enlarged and enriched my experience of Human Society and its varied cultures.
Points positifsStability and fairness
Points négatifsPromotions difficult in the Montreal office.
Thermal Energy EIT | Mississauga, ON | 16 déc. 2012
Poor to no job Security
If hired here, you better be sure to have your resume up and updated to reapply to jobs immediately. There is not much job security and they can lay-off people as easily as they can hire them. Your time at Hatch is strongly depended on whether or not the team your assigned has projects to work on (as hours logged would be charged to Client). When projects are deferred or Clients shutdown projects, be extremely careful as you might loose your job. The Associates (Team leads, Managers) are responsible for finding projects & Clients..and if they haven't found much work, the new employees are the first to be kicked out. For new grads, be completely aware that jobs in such EPCM firms are risky and have poor to no job security. However attractive the pay might be, make sure you are ready to be called to that unfortunate meeting where they give a lame excuse to lay you off
Points positifsthey cover p.eng license fee, and eit fee, good benefit packages
Points négatifspoor job security, not well managed, un-organized structure
EIT | Mississauga, ON | 4 janv. 2013
Poor to no Job Security
If hired here, you better be sure to have your resume up and updated to reapply to jobs immediately. There is not much job security and they can lay-off people as easily as they can hire them. Your time at Hatch is strongly depended on whether or not the team your assigned has projects to work on (as hours logged would be charged to Client). When projects are deferred or Clients shutdown projects, be extremely careful as you might loose your job. The Associates (Team leads, Managers) are responsible for finding projects & Clients..and if they haven't found much work, the new employees are the first to be kicked out. For new grads, be completely aware that jobs in such EPCM firms are risky and have poor to no job security. However attractive the pay might be, make sure you are ready to be called to that unfortunate meeting where they give a lame excuse to lay you off –
Points positifsthey cover p.eng license fee, and eit fee, good benefit packages
Points négatifspoor job security, not well managed, un-organized structure
| Canada | 11 juill. 2021
An experience to learn more about the industry, not a great working environment for non-engineers
As a non-engineer I know I had a different experience within the company and leaders, so I can only speak from my experience. I enjoyed getting to know my immediate colleagues, and enjoyed several projects I worked on. I was able to enjoy work-life balance. As a professional woman who is not an engineer or a technically trained professional in STEM, I faced some challenges with leaders and other management. In one example, when I was meeting with a c-suite leader with my manager (who happens to be a man) and although I was the one speaking, little eye contact was made with me and all questions were directed to my manager. These occurrences came from older men within the company. No formal reports were made.
Points positifsWork-life balance, ability to travel a little, learned a lot about the different industries.
Points négatifsDisorganized management, gender disparity, little career development support.
Reviser | Montréal, QC | 1 avr. 2013
Employee focussed, relaxed atmosphere
As soon as I arrived, I checked my e-mails and my tasklist. I kept working on documents from previous days or started new ones, depending on the demand. At Hatch I learned first of all, to work mostly by myself without direct supervision, which worked very well for me. I also improved my organisation and my priority establishment in order to meet the tight deadlines. As I revised engineering texts, I also developped my rersearch skills to make sure the documents were clear and correct. I had a very good relationship with my manager as well as my co-workers, since the environment is friendly and generally, cooperative. The hardest part for me was to impose myself in order to follow the established the procedures which, sometimes, were neglected by some engineers. Most of time though, all went smoothly. I really enjoyed meeting the engineers and following their work while correcting their texts.
Points positifsflexible hours
Senior IT Specialist | Mississauga, ON | 21 avr. 2013
Amateur hour
Hatch works in a very interesting industry, however it somehow manages to be an incredibly pedantic company. The majority of its leadership has never worked anywhere else. They're white males and have all become quite wealthy without trying very hard. Some, unfortunately, are pot-bellied dictators who will not entertain any opposing viewpoints or new ideas. Many are geriatrics whose sell-by date was long ago. For the most part, they continue to operate as though clients need them more than they need clients and, as a result, the company experiences wild swings in revenue and performance which, in turn, creates wild swings in employment prospects. The company's systems are an absolute shambles and training programs are a joke. The cafeteria at HQ is like a prison canteen. One word: avoid.
Points positifsfree parking (had to think hard to get one)
Points négatifseverything except for the free parking.
Junior Engineer | Johannesburg, Gauteng | 12 nov. 2019
Mind numingly tedious
I've worked at Hatch for a few years as a junior engineer. The first thing is it is extremely boring. Pretty much every day was a struggle to find motivation and just waiting until you could go home/weekend. I know pretty much every electrical, "systems & process control" and mechanical Junior engineer feels the same way. You just end up curating various lists of things Excel. There is nothing challenging or interesting to do. You're underpaid for the amount of hours and stress you put in (it may be boring but its stressful as well, a great combination!). They do not up-skill or have any formal training. I guess that's because they want to keep everyone cheap and you don't actually need many technical skills to create Excel lists. They are reluctant to offer decent raises unless you get an offer from somewhere else, then they will match that. There is very little creativity, its just copy and paste from previous projects. Working at Hatch is literally the worst thing that has happened to me. I did not enjoy even one task I was given for the first 2.5 years. It is a really bad place to work as a junior as you get given all the menial task to do, and don't get much technical experience or get up-skilled. I know Hatch ranked in the top 3 best employers of young people in SA, but it's rubbish. I think it must be from other offices or newbies who are still in the honeymoon phase. Ask anybody who's worked there for a year and see if they enjoy it. Almost everyone has resigned by 3
Ingeniero mecánico | Santiago de Chile, Región Metropolitana | 5 oct. 2014
Ambiente de Trabajo cordial, impersonal, disponibilidad de instalaciones excelentes, sin restricciones uso de cafetería, responsabilidad es personal
Es una buena empresa que intenta desarrollarse en el mercado como de "excelencia". Su ambiente de trabajo en general es grato aunque mucha tensión laboral por el cumplimiento que se debe tener para logra la excelencia. Un día típico, se inicia con cumplir inmediatamente con abrir el PC cuyo acceso y claves personales controlan el horario de ingreso a la oficina lo que permite al sistema determinar el o los atrasos de cada uno. Por otro lado, todos los sistemas computacionales, redes, obtención de datos, están en permanente actualización, y su disponibilidad es inmediata lo que permite mejorar la eficiencia tanto personal como de equipo, es un excelente sistema una vez que se logra conocerlo y adoptarlo. La dirección y gerencia no es una organización vertical sino horizontal. Este sistema organizacional es la primera vez al que accedo. Para mi caso, las mayores dificultades fueron causadas directamente por éstas durante la ejecución en terreno de los trabajos encomendados dado que éstos trabajos se desarrollaron en el tiempo bajo el concepto de "mejora continua de los procesos". Es una buena empresa, que se posiciona en el mercado por su excelencia, aunque ésta filosofía tiene como contraparte un alto costo en sus servicios lo que de alguna manera afecta el negocio y esto trasciende en la estabilidad laboral la cual causa inseguridad en el personal que labora en todos los niveles. Sin duda la parte de mi trabajo más relevante corresponden a la etapa de ejecución de los e
Points positifsSeguros médicos, posibilidades de proyectarse dentro de la empresa en el extranjero;
Points négatifsInestabilidad laboral en todos los niveles
Document Controller | Saint Petersburg, FL | 11 sept. 2012
Highly professional environment
I am Document Controller with nore then three years experience in the oil&gas, mining & metals, infrastructure projects in Russia. I have been responsible for providing a hands-one service in managing and controlling incoming and outgoing technical deliverables and revision controlled project documentation. Tasks include the registering, classifying, managing, tracking, filing and distributing of all electronic and hard copy project deliverables. This includes design and vendor deliverable documentation and other controlled or key documents as defined by the project. Also I was responsible for ensuring compliance with Hatch Document Management Standards and Client requirements when specified. Responsible for managing design and vendor deliverables through full document cycles from the Not Started status through to Approved for Construction or Certified Final and Record Drawing or As-Built. Responsible for ensuring the latest approved versions of documents are available from EDMS iPasDM DM and ensuring hard copy wet signature masters are retained. Responsible for achieving a high level of accuracy in capturing meta-data in EDMS iPasDM and adherence to procedures. Ensuring the 24-hour turnaround from receipt of requests into Document Control to completion of processing and distribution is achieved.
Ingeniero/a en prevención de riesgos | Copiapó, Atacama | 25 avr. 2013
Ambiente y clima laboral donde prima el compañerismo y respeto
El trabajo en la construcción de líneas y subestación eléctrica es dinámico, durante el inicio de la mañana se realizan visitas a terreno en los distintos puntos de trabajo, durante la tarde si los trabajos no son críticos se realizan labores administrativas. Dirigir reuniones HSEC con los contratistas, trabajos pipe line, además, de la construcción de planta Desaladora e identificación a los riesgos inherente a esta actividad. La gerencia entrega las herramientas para la realización del trabajo en temas de HSEC otorgando el apoyo requerido. El equipo conformado por prevencioncitas de riegos donde el profesionalismo de cada uno de ellos ayudo a enfrentar y reforzar las debilidades técnica que pudiesen haber generado Gran grupo humano sería un honor trabajar con cada uno de ellos. Realizar trabajos con líneas de alta tensión energizada en aspectos técnicos se aplico la experiencia adquirida durante los años en trabajos en alta tensión. Poder desarrollarse profesionalmente aplicando la experiencia adquirida y la confianza expresada por la gerencia en la toma de decisiones en las diversas etapas del proyecto.
Points positifsseguros de salud medico y dental complementario
Points négatifsno se identificaron inconvenientes muy grato trabajar en hatch.
Shipping and Receiving Clerk | Salem, NC | 7 avr. 2013
Great Culture
Great company that benefits early childhood. Examines content and compare with records, such as manifest, invoices, or orders, to verify accuracy of incoming or outgoing shipment. Prepare documents, such as work orders, bills of lading, and shipping orders to route materials. Determine shipping method for materials, using knowledge of shipping procedures, routes, and rates. Record shipment data, such as weight charges, space availability, and damages and discrepancies, for reporting, accounting, and record keeping purpose. Contact carrier representative to make arrangements and to issue instructions for shipping and delivery of materials. Confer and correspond with establishment representatives to rectify problems, such as damages, shortages, and non conformance to specifications. Requisitions and store shipping materials and supplies to maintain inventory of stock Deliver or route materials to departments, using work devices, such as hand truck, conveyor, or sorting bins. Pack, seal label, and affix postage to prepare materials for shipping, using work devices such as hand tools, power tools, postage meter, forklift, pallet jack. Co-workers are like family.
Points positifsculture
Points négatifslack of advancement
Scientist | Durban, KwaZulu-Natal | 12 sept. 2019
Good place to work if the economy stays strong
Hatch presents a good company to work for, but presents a highly corporate environment with many challenges. Typical to the consultancy environment the job aligns with hours booked and if the company struggle to win projects, you as an individual may lose your position. During a strong economy, the company presents many opportunities related to skills development, opportunities to grow and become involved in diverse client engagements. The job culture requires a lot of input. The company presents an accepted salary but they comprise of no bonus system. During good times they give you additional compensation that presents about 6% of your monthly salary. The management varies and typical to consultancy it presents a competitive environment. Therefore management tends to look after themselves first and always attempt to find a way to stay billable. Sometimes to the disadvantage of staff members. The hardest of the job involves the billability aspect and if you not an engineer it may become difficult to stay afloat because of minimal management support. Overall it stays a good company to work for during strong economic times.
Points positifsNo pros
Points négatifsHealthcare
Junior draghtsman | Woodmead, Gauteng | 10 mars 2017
Well really a typical day at work, has had its own challenges, namely meeting dead lines, having to share working space with totally absurd colleagues, over and above I have learned quite a lot in terms work delivery, in essence productivity as well as project management, lest I was not in a management position I somehow from a far, learned how to handle projects and people just merely absorbing flair from our mamagement experts, however the management team as I have alluded they have been a bunch of the know how experts in their job trades, although now and then they would be extremely harsh on subordinates. The work place culture has had an immense positive impact to me in particular, the people the surroundings, the seminar's, the briefings, the catering, the environment, was one to enjoy and embrace, furthermore the buildings were indeed state of the art endlessly inspiring hard working behavior within the essence of my being. The hardest part of work was working overtime shifts, and the most enjoyabe was completing a time sheet on friday morning adding overtime hours.
Points positifsYes we had free lunches, most probably when its idle time
Points négatifsYes we had long hours

Questions et réponses au sujet de l'entreprise Hatch

Quelles sont les heures de travail chez Hatch?
Posée le 21 févr. 2019
8-5 pm daily fir a 40 hour work week
Réponse du 25 nov. 2020
A standard work week in the office is 40 hours per week.
Réponse du 15 mai 2019
Quelle politique est appliquée par Hatch en matière de congés? De combien de jours de congés disposez-vous par an?
Posée le 15 févr. 2019
Starts at 3 weeks and max's out at 4 weeks. New senior hires could likely negotiate to start with 4 weeks.
Réponse du 11 janv. 2023
3 weeks
Réponse du 15 déc. 2022
Quels sont les avantages proposés par Hatch?
Posée le 15 févr. 2019
Hatch offers a flexible benefits package.
Réponse du 11 janv. 2023
Continuous workload
Réponse du 23 déc. 2022
Combien de temps dure le processus de recrutement chez Hatch?
Posée le 20 janv. 2019
Within 1 month. There are 2 technical and final interview with upper level management.
Réponse du 7 janv. 2022
Approximately a month
Réponse du 15 juin 2020
Une vérification des antécédents criminels est-elle nécessaire chez Hatch?
Posée le 15 déc. 2017
From what I remember, they didn't ask me for one. Any personal inquiries about my background in mind were addressed during my job interview with the company.
Réponse du 3 juill. 2020
Hatch conducts reference checks. Depending on the role further background checks such as education verification maybe required.
Réponse du 24 mai 2019