Assembly Line Operator, Guelph, ON - 13 October 2017
This is a good job, thats what I thought when I started. I was a TPT (Temporary Part time worker) for two years without getting hired. So prepare for that to happen at any time. I've seen people hired on after a month, four months, ten months, three years. It all depends on whether management is willing to fork out the money to provide the proper amount of employees for the jobs. I liked working for the people on the floor, the people doing the dirty work every day, who see how amazingly hard everyone works all day and recognize how hard the jobs can be. You will never be appreciated by management, HR, or any of the bosses because there is such a tree of people who are all answering to higher people and dont want to lose their jobs. This place hasn't changed over the last four years, in fact, its gotten worse. I worked hard six days a week for four years, been injured and on light duty four times due to the management cutting more and more positions to save money and make their bonuses. They ignore safety concerns that cost them too much money and focus on how they APPEAR to the auditors that come every year.