Market Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – May 18, 2016
good place for long term work although they do need to upgrade facilities (office etc). People are nice and friendly. Pace of moving up is slow although you can get better titles if you like. Work complications can be tough but flex work environment makes it easier to cope with the challenges.
Mechanical Assembler (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – June 24, 2016
Low salary but great experience . Give you opportunity to be multi-task worker. Health and safety are always impose. Multi cultural worker and always providing training to certify in handling equipment.
Quality Specialist (Former Employee) – Don Mills, ON – May 10, 2016
This is a very friendly environment to work in as the people here are very helpful. I find that the repetitive nature of the job does not challenge me enough. I did learn some very fundamental aspects to the manufacturing world.
Productive and fun workplace with really knowledgeable people
Design Verification Engineer (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – March 27, 2016
Day-to-day activities includes:
- E-mail correspondence with global SM team members - Review of SM reports for technical and grammatical content - Use of the proprietary SM tool suite - Aiding the global teams obtain outstanding data required for ongoing analyses.
Dynamic working all functional disiplines at a global level
Director, Business Development (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – February 4, 2016
Typical day involved working with customers and sales account mgr to identify and win new business. This involved customer presentation and generating proposal documents. Also work with cross functional teams on existing business to ensure project goals of performance, cost and schedule were being met. In addition strategically identify new markets and customers to target and formulate a go to market plan and sales strategy
Labor worker (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – December 2, 2015
I learned to work as a team and how sometimes you have to adjust to work in a team or else completing the task would be a failure. Most my co workers arefriendly. I really enjoy working with some of them. i think the hardest part of the job is moving the panels or cells because the cells are so delicate.
Good work environment with nice people to work with but very poor pay with no scope to advance or becoming full time in the long run.
Manufacturing Associate (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – December 29, 2014
Well reputed company with good management but it is a temporary contractual work through an agency with very minimum salary with no chance to advance ever. In the maximum of 23 months contract, there is only one pay increase of $0.25 after six months of employment. No opportunity of growing or even getting hired by the company directly makes the job less appealing.
Hardware Developer- Aerospace & Defence (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – October 5, 2015
Celestica, Mississauga location gives all employees an opportunity to grow their skills and advance their career within the industry. Most employees work in one massive manufacturing room where the employer has an opportunity to interact with all operators, engineers, supervisors, team leaders and the site managers.