Order Picker (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 24 February 2017
- a typical day at work usually consists of an early start (6am-3pm shifts) - experience with forklift and.or Walkie is an asset but in-house training is an option at some companies - clients are world renowned such as UPS - I learned how to operate a Walkie within safety guidelines - attention to detail is crucial
Human Resources Resume Screener (Former Employee) – London, ON – 2 February 2017
It is a company that prides itself in being one of the top ten places to work in Canada. However it isn't. Its toxic. Dog eat dog. Management does know about the environment however refuses to take care of the bad apples that make it so toxic. High pressure positions for only slightly above minimum wage.
Logistics Associate (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 24 January 2017
i found this job to be very fast paced but i had easily adapted to this as all jobs are not easy. the only thing that i did not find appealing was that i had to wear a beard and hair net because we were dealing with cereal.
Great place to start if you have lil or no experience
General Labourer (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 16 January 2017
Was A great placement I had received and the office was quick to answer any questions. I did A 3 month contract which in turn led to A full time job with the client. Great coworkers always able to lend A hand when needed. Ended up getting indentured as A Millwright in the end.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Belleville, ON – 4 January 2017
This was my first job, I was nervous of going into factory work but I excelled because of the training I received. I was blessed with a constant shift that was close to my house. I worked on the welding machine often because my skill set became good/ better than others. I got a great co worker who invested in my life during my shifts, she gave me rides and drinks. The midnight shift was quite an adjustment but it was worth the experience. I took this job because of the pay and hours available. I needed to save and fundraise money in order to go serve in missions, which I succeeded and enjoyed very much. I went back the next summer and worked for the same company but switched around to different plants which was not my preference.
Great co- workers
shift work is hard, team leader was not always organized
CNC Operator/Data Entry (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 December 2016
I was constantly sent to various placements with no long term commitments. None of which paid very well. The staff or management tried to keep you at a placement, but was never guaranteed. The hardest part would be waking up to find out there was no work availible. The most enjoyable part was if you were at a place long enough to get to know anyone.