Maintenance Electrician (Current Employee) – North Vancouver, BC – 15 July 2017
the 6-3 work shift is not conducive for raising a young family or having a life outside of work. We have tried to get them to switch to a 4 on 4 off shift but the union and company cant agree on anything. The environment here is toxic. If you have a trade keep looking if you don't then this place will pay you well if you can work the weird shift and ignore the toxic environment
good benefits/ fun and easy to work my co-workers are all nice and friendly.,
Meat Cutter (Former Employee) – High River, AB – 29 June 2017
Company provides great opportunity for advancement / good benefits Friendly co-workers, always helpful when needed. The hardest part of the job is to wake-up early ., lolz :) Cargill has earned the reputation for being one of the best employers in Canada..,
Cargill was a good place to work. Like any other job there are some downfalls but overall they do seem to care about their employees. The only issue I have is that now they want to outsource everything and should be an industry leader not follower and keep more jobs at home.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 30 April 2017
I was hired on as a part-time admin assistant during a busy season. I was supposed to be responsible mostly for data entry, however a lady in my department kept stealing all my work.. Which I've always thought was peculiar. Either way, it's a drive out there but it's a laid back environment as long as you keep to yourself and get your work done.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Alberta – 31 March 2017
My advice is to try as much as possible to stay away from Cargill. It's a very unstable company with high level of future uncertainty about its' employees. Managers in Alberta are relatively corrupted with no true values and cannot be trusted.
You might meet some really good people, but my experience with cargill was negative overall
While working with Cargill, I had the feeling that Cargill is a corrupted institution and they literally won't care at all about you nor anything else but money ! Be sure that you are very replaceable
politics, lots of regulations and corrupted management
Electrician Journeyman (Current Employee) – Jarvis, ON – 10 February 2017
had an injury do to cargills poor communications then I was treated very poorly. the midnight guy told me that the plant manager and maintenance super were saying I was faking it. Well I just had surgery .they made me use my vacation days for the injury.
Gestionnaire (Former Employee) – Chambly, QC – 8 February 2017
la gestion de cette entreprise est déficiente. Certains gestionnaires manquent énormément d'expérience et/ou sont carrément incompétent pour leur poste d'emploi. Dommage parce que ces personnes nuisent au développement et à l'évolution de l'entreprise. Ma pire expérience d'emploi.
Will not disclose (Current Employee) – Alberta – 1 February 2017
Management is very poor; Too many uncertified employees doing jobs that they should not be doing due to being uncertified; Poor working conditions (i.e. very unclean); A lot of internal racism directed at all races; Have very good benefits; Good working schedule for all employees.
Sometimes get free lunches and get discounted meats.
Very poor management and too many uncertified employees, which can make working environment unsafe.
A progressive leading edge company in world agricultural products
Agronomist (Former Employee) – McLennan, AB – 17 January 2017
Learned about the fast-paced working team culture of the company. All of the employees are leaders in their specialized field. The selection and screening process was meticulous. Requiring 5 references to complete a survey for each hiring. Safety training and protocol was second to none in the industry. Company provides great opportunity for advancement and for relocating your Cargill employment if desired. Cargill has earned the reputation for being one of the best employers in Canada.
Extensive training and certification provided and encouraged
Productive and fun work place in trimming, boxing and as saw operator
Omasum saw operator / Trimmer and Boxer Crew (Current Employee) – High River, AB – 13 January 2017
a typical day at work is to prepare all boxes and machine to maintain the safety and quality of the product. i learned is to be hardworking and reliable person of my supervisor in management is great and very manageable in time and production my co workers is very helpful and relevant the hardest part of the job is when some of your co worker is absent and you are only the one to do the job well done. the most enjoyable part of the job is when every body is working hard with the smile in our lips because of the jokes and still productive.
MILLWRIGHT (Former Employee) – High River, AB – 10 January 2017
long hours in hot decaying enviroment every day was a fire fight with employees with no experience in millwright profession a lot of extra work to do just to get back to where you need to be to start your day so at he end of the day your still behind barring break downs the were a few out of 30 millwrights like myself will to help other teams to lighten there work load if you were fortunate to be on the same shift rotation after hours were cut (union unfortunately) pay was good 34.80 per hour was not worth the daily head ache at 32 hours per week