Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 26 January 2018
Agropur Woodstock has an amazing team of dedicated individuals working together to achieve business results balanced with employee care and encouragement. The management team works together from the top down to achieve targets and to give merit where it is due. The work / life balance offered here is more than fair and people are given the opportunity to be autonomous and diligent about their job performance which actually propels an attitude whereby people are motivated and driven to be performers. It really is a team environment where all are happy to help each other out.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 10 November 2017
Agropur and their full time staff are quite nasty to new employees. They create a discriminatory environment with the enforcement of green hair nets to decipher who is new and not. This leads to targeted bullying. I've witnessed line leads make new employees cry or go home. I've witnessed full time employees throw packed heavy boxes at new employees. They refuse to properly train employees, training only on the slice one line and throwing them into unknown areas following the two weeks. You are promised a minimum of 3 shifts a week to start, if you take a sick day they'll limit the amount of shifts you receive if they don't fire you during a personal emergency leave. They hire you on a six month contract to hire and yet the plant manager refuses to hire full time positions before 2019
Intimidating, bullying, bad management, no promotions, no shifts, unfair treatment, illegal dismissals
On call staff (Former Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 17 October 2017
Well the managment couldnt lead a bunch of 1st graders, nor would they follow them. This company is stuck in the 50s when it comes to gender roles. Harrassment of new employees is rampant. B.s work atmosphere
Line Leader (Former Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 15 October 2017
I was there through various times. A more relaxed time with flexibility and a more intense time with restraints. The job is physically demanding and not overly rewarding. Its a solid wage in an environment with great people.
Opérateur de production (Former Employee) – Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, QC – 17 August 2017
natrel est une compagnie tres ouverte,j,aimais travailler chez natrel pour l,environnement de travail amical.Pour ce qui est des avantages sociaux,c'est ok.La cafétaria était désuette et petite et la machinerie aussi et pas tres convaincante.
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 17 July 2017
I am a part time filler operator with full time hours. We work 10 hours a day 4 days a week. The management is lenient enough to allow me to study part time and still have the desired schedule that I like. The hardest part of the job is to hand bomb products to a pallet or skid that may weigh enough for you to have back problems and culture within can be challenging. The fun part is it pays good enough for you to stay around until you can manage.