Payroll & Benefits Administrator (contract) (Former Employee) – Guelph, ON – 19 September 2014
On my first day the whole department came to lunch and introduced themselves; very welcoming. My mentor is very patient in teaching me the E-Personality system nad allowed me to go 'hands-on' (best way for me to learn) with the first pay. As Payroll Administrator, I was doing my first solo payroll preparation by the second pay. My preense also allowed my co-worker to take her vacation without worry. Agricorp is a very pleasant place to work; I am keepiing my eye on any postings that come up in this building...
meeting new friends; easy drive to work; learning a different software system
Accounting Clerk (Former Employee) – Guelph, ON – 22 January 2013
Well, what can I say? Expect nothing from them. There are people there working in Finance who have no background in accounting nor finance. Somehow they've been pushed around since the beginning of the company and ended in Finance. But, they've been with the company for years and they think this is their territory, and God save you should you cross the line.
Associate Claims Adjudicator/Underwriter (Former Employee) – St. Catharines, ON – 24 October 2012
I worked with a competent staff in a cooperative environment. Our manager worked diligently to keep us working as we were on contract. There was an open door policy and mutual respect. I enjoyed my tenure there and regretted that I was unable to contnue.
Associate Customer Care Representative (Contract) (Former Employee) – Guelph, Ontario – 20 July 2012
The hours were perfect and this was one job where you didn't take it home. I learned a great deal about the farming industry that I did not know. My co-workers made it easy to go to work everyday. I feel that the hardest part of the job is that it took too long to have proceedures implemented. The most enjoyable was teaching producers how to use the online tool called "MyAgricorp" I was training to be a specialist in this program.
the amount of time and people that you had to go through to get things completed