You get a chance to interact with a lot of people.
Event Specialist (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 March 2017
It's a great experience working at Crossmark you meet and interact with new people and you market the product every time in different ways and you learn about new things and types of clients and sometimes even promote sales.
you learn about different products every week and their attributes
Great job for learning a number of different skills.
Retail Representative (Former Employee) – Moose Jaw, SK – 23 December 2016
I enjoyed working for Crossmark Canada mainly because of the variety of tasks I had to accomplish. Management was very helpful during my training period. I would definitely recommend this job to others.
Regional Business Manager (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 22 April 2016
A company that understands and encourages a good work / life balance that offers guidelines and learning documents towards growth and advancement. Good support system during advancement or new work situations.
Marchandiseur (Current Employee) – Rive sud de Montreal – 10 April 2016
Travailler en collaboration avec le ou la gérante de département est un outils gagnant Travailler d'une manière positive donne des résultats positifs Quand je fais de gros plano je suis en équipe avec une collègue ont fait nos magasins ensemble c'est plus efficace L'aspect le plus difficile c'est que le travail n'est pas régulier Le plus agréable on gère notre temps
If you want a flexible job are quick at solving problems and independent this job will work for you
Data collection (Former Employee) – Edmonton Alberta – 28 August 2015
I work with the company for 4 year over that time I had 8 different managers and the majority of them were all hired out of the company and did not receive much training. Which affected the staff below. Due to the managers poor planning we would receive "emergency" stores to complete that day since the deadline for them was two days ago. When I was hired I received a 5 min training session on a project that took over 8 hours to complete with no support from the team lead or the main manager. When I had questions about the project I had to guess at the correct answer and hope that it was correct. When I wanted to branch off into other areas of the job I had to claw my way trying to get extra work... Too many staff and not enough regular work. When special project came up there was always a good chunk to go around but that happens irregular.
If your a hard worker, expect to be asked to help train people, even though there are team leads (the people that are suppose to be the trainers) you will not get a increase in wage to do this or any other perk.
If you have a concern that you take to HR they will do nothing but twist things back on you. If you do not get let go after dealing with hr expect your work world to be a nightmare until you do quit.
My advice for people thinking of working for this company, be a strong individual that can work with extremely limited support, be quick on your feet when problems come up and when you do have to call your supervisor be persistent because they are always over worked, usually taking care of there district plus another.more... because the company can not keep management and over work the ones they do have.less
Flexible work schedual great for when kids are in school
poor management, very little training either in the field or with devices
it is extra money, but it costs money using the vehicle, you need a small car, cheap to run
Data Collection/Representative (Former Employee) – Brandon, MB – 7 August 2015
While employed by this company, I found my supervisor did not respond to a few of my requests for information to complete my project. The pay is low, no benefits unless full time. The data collection job hours fluctuates, where one week you could get over $200.00 as long as you travel out of town. The following week you could end up with $60.00 for the paycheque. I found the pay doesn't help with car maintenance ( which you must do ). If you end up in the ditch during winter driving..be prepared with towing coverage. The company is only concerned over who is going to do the meaningless task, which may take 20 minutes to an hour. The job is created for the bored person with a new reliable, cheap to run vehicle. Also a coworker told me the company never gives raises. After one year, I did not receive a raise.
Like anywhere else, the coworkers come off as being nice but they do a lot of slamming behind the back. The only good thing about the job: flexible hours you choose when you work (within a given time limit) and you are paid weekly.