Associate (Former Employee) – 1600 Steeles Ave West Unit 30 Vaughan, – May 6, 2016
I was tired of lifting boxes and moving things in dusty factories with generally older people. I was bored and wanted to hurry up and leave everyday and I didn't care about the worked even though I did it well.
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
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
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.
Temporary Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – November 27, 2015
I enjoyed working for Adecco, they frequently found me work in the Clerical/Administration Field and never asked for more than I could give. Thorough testing was done to determine skill level of all applicants
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.