Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 29 August 2016
Ever day presented you with different challenges. I learned the company from working on the production line to start and eventually into the warehouse supervisor. I enjoyed working with my coworkers even the difficult ones, they just present a different challenge to work with. The hardest part of the job was trying to find balance in a day. We were always reactive to situations that would happen instead of being proactive and trying to eliminate the error from proper root cause analysis.
Train and Truckloader (Current Employee) – McAdam, NB – 16 October 2017
A place where being a team player is a requirement,and creates s satisfaction,threw lunches and gifts of appreciation. People create there own skills and developments, and apply themselves accordingly.
Operator (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 1 September 2017
The last 2 years 12 people have been fired or quit in the management team. 3 Production Managers in 15 months since new Plant Manager took over. If you ONLY work 12 hours he gives you the look of death. Lots of swearing yelling. Lots of blaming the workers for everything. Go on Linkedin and message the last 3 Production Managers and theyll all tell you the same thing. Safety is the priority of the company but not for certain people. If you want to suffer mebtal and verbal abuse this is the job for you.