Good company to work for, Adecco supported Win4Youth
Corporate Collector (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – August 2, 2013
Pros: adecco supported win4youth, enjoyed the different events we had to raise money for them
A typical day at Adecco, making collection calls which were part of my portfolio and customer service support for our branches. We had a good management team, which we worked very close with and assisted us if we incurred any problems. I worked well with my co-workers within my team and in other departments. The only difficult part of my job was if I had a client that had cash flow problems and we were working very close with them to arrange a payment plan. We are always working very hard to keep our DSO down. The most enjoyable part of my job was calling clients, as I built good relationships with them.
MDU Field Sales (Former Employee), Fredericton, NB – August 3, 2015
Pros: Great compensation plan
Cons: Your Working Hours are undetermined and long
The Job Required me to go door to door in Multi Unit homes only ( apartment buildings). It wasn't always easy getting in but playing the numbers game with sales works if you work hard. I sold Internet TV Home Phone packages so almost anyone could have an interest. I also did road crews to neighboring towns that had never had Fiber Op and were about to be wired. Making it a very easy sales
Production Associate (Former Employee), Shelburne, ON – February 10, 2016
You get treated as second class and the wages are bare minimum not much room for advancement and jobs only last up to a year if your lucky not much work In Orangeville and if you have a record forget it
Call center (Current Employee), London, ON – October 20, 2015
Pros: Great incentives
Cons: Sitting and being infront of a computer all day
Taking customer service calls to assist with any issues that may have occurred, ordering items and creating new accounts for new customers. I have learned that there are more issues within the on-line orders than I could have imagined and dealt with many interesting people, to say the least. I believe that Bradford is under good management and will only continue to strive. My co-workers are also friendly and great to work with. The hardest part of the job is sitting in front of a computer, as I am a very active person. I would sat the most enjoyable part of my job are my co-workers and the fun incentives we have for doing a job well done!
General Labourer (Former Employee), Saskatoon, SK – March 9, 2016
Pros: Pay. Different each day. A job.
Cons: Casual. Hard to get a reference.
It was a job. Much like every other job. People are delusional if they think in this economic climate that they can have any form of job satisfaction. It was a temporary labour position, I took it cause it's hard to get any employment. It was a job. I worked at it. I did well. They asked me back and gave me consistent work.
Labourer (Former Employee), Edmonton, AB – November 17, 2015
All of the jobs I worked at was fun to work at and enjoyed. The management are great. The only problem I have they do not keep me working.I need to work 40 hrs week as I have a 11 year child. I am looking for full time work with good wages.
Sorter/Carrier (Former Employee), Edmonton, AB – April 3, 2016
Pros: Flexible work enviroment
Cons: When the was shortage of work
Sorting and Delivering mail all over Edmonton, St Albert and Sherwood Park. All the different locations of the above areas. Excellent to work with. Worked well in a team environment. That being a postal worker is not as easy as people think it is. Being out on the road all day
Laborer (Former Employee), Scarborough, ON – December 29, 2015
Pros: Be able to adapt quickly, a lot of people wanted my help
Cons: Sometimes line leaders would ask for help with overtime and then they'd disappear
A typical day would be clocking in before 7 am. Start the day by helping line workers make products and once enough products are made, packaging would commence. I would also help receive products from trucks as well as do some inventory or help on special products/projects.