Fun place to work with very interesting people and hard working people
TRS Compents (Former Employee) – London, ON – June 16, 2016
At first it seemed overwhelming seeing all these people hammering away wondering when and how long it would take to catch up to there speed. Only to find out most people have only been there a couple months to weeks or have been there for years and even decades. The thing nobodys tell you is the turnover rate being there only a week i have seen 6 new people come and go. And theres a reason this job is mindless physical labour , most of the job is simply lining things up and matching numbers no real hard mathematical equations to figure out or to cut . It's all done ahead of time by machines so you just hammer away. The people are what make it do able everybody is welcoming but standoffish because people don't last but the long hours and physical harm plus the brown stuff you cough up from all the wood and metal particles isn't worth it unless you have a family to support or need money fast.
Tons of hours, the co workers, wage increase
Long hours, no training what so ever, no work / social life balance or any balance ( youll be to tired)
Temporary contract worker (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – March 18, 2016
Frequently found myself in positions that were unbearable for extended periods of time. hated what they were giving me and what they were giving me was always the same type of work, i expected hard work, not boring repetitive jobs meant for a robot.
Laborer (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – December 29, 2015
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.
Be able to adapt quickly, a lot of people wanted my help
Sometimes line leaders would ask for help with overtime and then they'd disappear
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
Partnership Coordinator (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – December 10, 2015
It's a pleasure of work with Adecco. Worked in several domains and learned a lot about employment prcedures, employee relations and recruitment procedures. Mostly worked as an onsite (Partnership Coordinator) attendance, payroll and health & safety concerns were common practices.