Don't bother, very hard to get full time. Intimated to work OT 6 days a week
Production Team Member (Former Employee) – Milton, ON – September 24, 2016
If you don't learning anything, you will learn "how not to treat your employees"
If you don't suck up to the Team Leader or the Area Leader or the Dept Leader you are not going anywhere. Even though I had many qualifications I was stone walled to the a mear line job. Applied for many jobs according to my qualifications but got none. I was told by one full timer that before even the job is posted HR knows who they are going to hire. When I handed my resignation the Manager was not bothered why I am leaving, but was more interested if I would work the Saturday!!!!
old schoo culture for skilled trades not paying that well dirty enviorment to work in. to many business unit management improvement to working conditi
skilled trade (Current Employee) – toronto – April 18, 2015
Do not start people of the same skill at the same pay level. Depends on the interviewers preferences is an equal opportunity hirer, but not payer within the first year. After that there is a standard pay level that must be observed according to company policy. Very dirty enviorment and constant management changes (firing/hiring) pressure to reach targets high. Employee moral is very low. Although the company itself is good and has many perks and opprtunities they are overshadow by the bad working condions and lack of proper leadership. There is an apparent old shool mentality.
lots of overtime
lack of leadership, old school work mentality, don't practice what they preech, pay level biases in begining, based on racial profiling, and is known practice