General Labourer (Former Employee) – 75 rexdale blvd – 10 August 2017
Operated wrapping machines, Packaged sausage meat. Coded labels. Management was very supportive. Keeping other employees happy was the hardest part. The lighting and the work space was easy to move around in.
Meat Cutter (Former Employee) – High River, AB – 23 August 2016
If you enjoy being under Constant pressure with little pay for the job you're doing and be over worked to the point of possibly being injured. This job is for you!! Lol You'll find the staff are very over worked there at times and management not easy to deal with. Advancement in this company is very rare and less you are a 10 year employee or if you luck out.
Butcher (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 17 August 2016
The work is good but a ordinary worker got sick related to his work they cannot protect their health issues to the extent they fireout the worker even with the valid reasons the good thing you have proper compensation in term of salary per hour.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 13 June 2016
Head office people were nice, all new staff ranging from one to two months on the job, management had high expectations provided no training, lack of respect in the work place. Union workers great to work with, Sales People lack direction and respect.
Sanitation Worker (Current Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 24 May 2016
Good, experience with great people. The equipment is up to date and the company allows for growth.The hardest part of the job were the numerous night shifts.Cargill Kitchen Solutions has great pay and good company culture. The fun part of the job is the fact there is a radio in the factory so we get to listen to music
Health Services and Disability Department (Former Employee) – High River, AB – 24 May 2016
I worked as a salary employee for 1 year. The hourly employees are treated like dirt. I worked in the disability department and health services in High River, AB and my job was to keep employees from receiving any benefits if they were sick or injured. I was yelled at and had things thrown at me by my supervisor if I didn't do what he wanted me to do and if I helped employees receive their benefits. The Health Services manager would use her master key to unlock the bathroom door when she felt I was taking too long using the bathroom in health services. I quit and easily proved their corruptness and was given money through unemployment insurance to upgrade my education to get a better job.
Capital Project Management Assistant (Former Employee) – High River, AB – 11 May 2016
Most days I settle down at my workstation to finish the task assigned by my manager. For my job as a Capital Project Management Assistant I organized contractor folders and made them much easier to find. For my job as a Procedural Safety Management Assistant I worked with operators to write official lockout/tagout documents for heavy machinery. I learned a lot about contractor procedures and how to work with other professionals. In order to ensure safe operation, I had to learn how to read industrial setting P&ID's and AutoCad files. My co-workers were a group of mixed ethnicity who got along really well. We communicated without difficulty and cooperated without conflict. Perhaps the most difficult part of the job would be finding the manager to report to, since the facility is large and responsibilities widespread, tracking people down could take much longer than ever expected. I did however, enjoy the hands-on experience with industrial ammonia compressors and other hydraulic pumps.
General Office Assistant (Current Employee) – Guelph, ON – 10 May 2016
Great people to work with. Co-workers are awesome. Work is busy, always. Not a good place for advancement. Highly stressful environment. Hardest part is not knowing if you're doing a good job and communication is lacking. Employs a lot of nice dedicated people.
Job is not secured due to non -stop business re-org and other cost cuts
Regional Service Administrator (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 28 April 2016
The Mangement is bad. even though they say they value diversity they do favouritism to some ethnics groups. The company is not stable and jobs are not secured as they were used to be because of continuous changes in business changes and bad business decisions.
Power Engineer (Current Employee) – Surrey, BC – 25 April 2016
I like working there with high job security and good benefits. I work as a power engineer there. checking boilers, testing water, etc managers are great and I'm feeling excited with working with my co workers
Human beings poses different challenges everyday. A typical day for me is full of issues that I enjoy so much dealing with. I like the fact that everyday is not the same and I love the challenges of being able to think things through. I have a manager that allows me to use my discretion on things. I only go to my manager to ensure that I don't derail from the overall picture. I learnt new things about human behaviour everyday. The hardest part of my job is being able to draft a unified policy for all employees in 17 business units in 78 locations all over Canada
General Labourer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 5 February 2016
"no advancement in career" "people are promoted because of friendship not performance and education" "a very rare wage increase, if there is only 15 cents" "they don't care about your life status" "payroll personnel cheat on your work hours"
getting paid on time
you get old without any progress. (wage and career)