Campbell Company of Canada Employee Reviews in Canada
Job Work/Life Balance
Job Work/Life Balance
great remuneration, decent pay
Sterilizer Operator (Former Employee), Etobicoke, ON – October 20, 2015
Change happens, in everything and everyone. Responding to change, As in the case of Campbell soup, the priority had shifted more to the side of Corporate earnings, which is a business decision, and further away from the age old family oriented culture. Other than this culture shift, Campbell Soup definitely ranks above industry average in the areas of compensation and benefits, Research and Development, product innovation and process designs. It is a world class manufacturing facility.
Finance (Current Employee), Etobicoke, ON – April 23, 2015
Campbell's is a wonderful organzation to work for they have been extremely supportive during my time within the organization. While away from family this is a family with their fun, creative ways of working with people. They ensure that you are within the right role and encourage those who are not to look for the right fit. I have had the opportunity to work within many areas of the company and they encourage employees to think of where they would like to go next.
Lots of areas to volunteer and be involved within the company community.
Extremely diverse as an organization and promote inclusion to all employees.
An excellent company that values its employees and community
HR Payroll Process & Controls Specialist (Former Employee), Etobicoke, ON – October 16, 2012
Pros: opportunity to develop on a professional and personal level
A fast paced work environment with tight deadlines. I enjoyed participating in various seminars and training sessions to update and maintain current skills and knowledge of legislative changes affecting the payroll and Human Resources department. Enjoyed working independently or with a team on tasks including various performance objectives and projects. Hardest part of the job would be the month end tight deadline. Relying on personal goals and execution but also other key players that would contribute to the month end process. Often had to push others to meet the deadline. Missing or incorrect accounting information on some of the paperwork to be processed.