Machine Operator Coop (Former Employee) – Ayr, ON – 10 November 2016
1. Operated/monitored the machines such as mechanical cutting, brushing and bending. 2. Monitored the incoming material. Received the material which reached the safety and health standard. Clearly recorded the production for inventory. 3. Monitored the machines/ robots performance. Replaced and tested the tools and models which were used for the machines. 4. Experience with Fanuc robot arm. Sometime, assisted to troubleshoot the control panels as needed.
Labourer (Former Employee) – Ayr, ON – 25 October 2016
Worked here for 2 weeks. Very low pay and overworked. Work is easy but loud, glue fumes, and hardly any breaks to rest your feet. 1 ten minute break and 1 20 minute lunch. Most people who train you are nice with the exception of supervisor. Even though everyone got their job as a temp to hire there is a bit of snobbery towards the temps. Unrealistic quotas. And did I mention very low pay? If you need a job and have to make some cash it's good but looking at it as a long term career nope.
Machine Operator/Assembler (Current Employee) – Ayr, ON – 29 June 2016
I worked at bendall for almost 2 months, if you want a job that's going to respect you and your health issues, this isn't the place. When handing them a doctors note and protecting myself with the law from getting fired for going to the washroom too frequently because I was on laxatives apparently wasn't a good enough reason, and i was fired. They make sure to let you know that you're not that important to them, and you're very replaceable. Not a very effective way to run a business, their turnover rate is awful for a reason. I got more respect working at a McDonald's, and the pay was the same at $11.50, not worth it to work here.
Machine Operator/Assembler (Former Employee) – Ayr, ON – 27 June 2016
I worked for 4 months on crimping machines and learned a couple more machines as well. Good environment to work in, management explains eveyrthing very well. Lots of machines to learn to keep things interesting. Nights went by super fast. Unfortunately I did miss a few days as a temp so I was not hired. Just as well because for the work you do the pay is wayyyy too low, even after hire!
Nice Workplace with helpful group leader and managment too
Machine Operator/Assembler (Current Employee) – Ayr, ON – 30 March 2016
Since last 2 years I am working in Bendall and it was great place to work as you get good wage after hiring and the management is also very supportive and helpful to all employees. They offer good benefit to there employees and take care of all.
Followed production instructions of supervisor (Former Employee) – ary,on – 16 March 2015
in my opinion enjoyed working there. I had no problems. they have fans for the summer, good heater for the winter but I love working in cold environment. we also have BBQ. during the summer and winter.
It was a good place to get to know people on a personal level because you got to talk to them for long periods of time.
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Ayr, ON – 16 November 2014
When you step onto the line, you understand what you have to do and how if you mess up, then it will affect people further down the line. It was important for you to learn your jobs well so that you don't slow down production and so the team meets the quota that is set every day.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – cambridge ON – 24 September 2014
I worked nights and it wasn't easy. I watched a younger employee emotionally abused by an older employee and nobody did anything about it. I couldn't take it anymore and finally had a confrontation with the older lady. I told her i new what she was doing and it had to stop. I went and reported it.
Machine operator (Former Employee) – ayr, on – 3 July 2014
I would work from 10pm-6am I would place the part in the machine and check the bends of the part on a gage and place the appropriate markings on the part and check for defects. Management was not always available and would have to be paged. co workers were very gossipy but avoidable everyone worked in their own sections.
Assembled Car Parts (Former Employee) – Ayr, ON – 1 May 2013
Overall my experience was good, I enjoyed learning about different car parts and how to assemble them. The manager was very nice and outgoing. The hardest part was gluing parts together at a fast pace and making sure they dried ASAP to begin working on a new set.
Good experience to learn more about Canadian work environment and to learn new things and techniques.
Quality Technician (Current Employee) – Ayr, ON, Canada – 25 March 2013
Everyday is challenging. With everyday I learn lot of new things which make me more perfect towards my job resposibilities. Management, supervisors, group leaders, seniors & co-workers are very supportive on every step.