Retail/Camp Attendant (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 15 March 2018
They give you exactly the load a hard worker can tolerate on a daily basis. If you're looking for an easy buck, move along! If you're looking for money and aren't afraid of 8-12 hours of sweat, this is the place you want to go.
This job provided me with many opportunities to grow and learn a new skill on a daily basis. Management was efficient and alway considerate to the needs of their employees as well as the satisfaction of the customer.
Assistant Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 23 January 2018
Ensure financial records are maintained in compliance with accepted policies and procedures (full accounting cycle) Compile and analyze financial information to recommend or develop efficient use of resources and procedures, provide recommendations and maintain solutions to business and financial problems
Dishwasher Chartwells (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 9 January 2018
The Management at Chartwells is terrible. They put you through long work hours, and expect you to work overtime without extra pay. They often don't order supplies needed to get the job done, and they over-work all their staff
Server (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 4 January 2018
If I could have given a zero I would have! I was hired as a server for this company and the day I started was the last day that I saw the manager that hired me. She left! What a nightmare this dining room is. Dishwashers and kitchen staff are serving tables because they are so short of staff and can not keep people there. The servers that are there are set in their ways and do not want to help train new employees properly. I do not recommend applying here. There is no team work here and when it is mentioned you are literally laughed at. Its the tail wagging the dog. Management does not have any control, the employees do.
Cleaner/Maintenance (Current Employee) – Hamilton Ont – 10 December 2017
Management brenda berry at juravinski hospital in Hamilton is very poor your treated like your not human and any needs are not met even when it comes to bylaws but yet they listen to other people's problems favoritism or what
groupe encourageant les talents de toutes origines
Executive Chef (Current Employee) – Gamba – 6 December 2017
Travailler pour compass dans deux pays différents m'a permis d’acquérir une extraordinaire expérience et découvrir un monde de saveurs, j'ai pu participer au concour master chef en Afrique de sud organisé par compass ou j'ai eu le meilleur prix HSE et décrocher la troisième marche du podium dans le classement général je souhaite avoir la possibilité de découvrir et travailler dans d'autre pays ou opère Compass
Unit Manager (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 16 November 2017
always to follow rules.....there was no room for thinking outside the box... Management not very present with employees...focus on bottom line. There was always too much work for unit managers....we were responsible for the running of each unit as a business. Compensation was never great....in fact the pay was terrible for the amount of responsibility we had to carry....Everything was profit line...not much room for growth or actually enjoying your job...lots of stress.
Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 16 November 2017
I found the the work in which we did and the salary that was paid was not worth working there. Company did not think about the needs of its employees and benifits of full time employes were not well respected.
They come out of your paycheck after everything you do.
Housekeeping Projects (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 24 August 2017
This was a hospital in Victoria BC much the same as any other hospital we handled the cleaning of this hospital and we were always looking of better techniques in cleaning but no different than any other hospital