Directeur de commercialisation, province de Québec
Directeur de commercialisation, province de Québec (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 3 January 2017
Comme de nombreuses organisations du secteur des pâtes et papiers, Domtar traverse une étape de restructuration importante. En raison d’une réorganisation d’Entreprise Group récente, des fonctions ont été combinées. Cela s’est traduit par la suppression de plusieurs postes, y compris le mien. Je suis fier de mes contributions durant mes années là-bas dont avoir augmenté la pénétration dans le territoire par une gestion efficace, et je regarde cela comme une opportunité d’utiliser mes forces et mon expérience dans un nouveau cadre de travail…
Licensed Red Seal Plumber (Current Employee) – Espanola, ON – 6 December 2016
Absolutely the worst company I've ever worked for. Staff and management are extremely inexperienced and under qualified. Many human rights, employment standards act and occupational health and safety infractions have occurred by supervisors and the human resources department refuses to deal with the issues and the grievances they have caused. Should have never come to work here.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Cornwall, ON – 17 November 2016
domtar is no longer in business in canada. but at the time the people i worked with were great but the union people were selfish and couldn't care less if you needed the job. if you werent union you shouldnt be working there
A typical day at Domtar as Supervisor was busy. Always problem solving since the nature of the department being service related. Mail miss delivered, parcels too heavy, receptionist calls in sick last minute, meeting room required NOW but no rooms available.
I learned a great deal about prioritizing problems and executing a top-notch service.
My coworkers were hardworking and we worked as a team backing each other up.
The hardest part of the job was dealing with an internal customer who claims he or she is right and having to defend your staff because you know they did their job. Nonetheless the client says otherwise so you have to explain calmly and try to resolve.
The best part of the job was when surveys were done every second year and the overall score was outstanding. It made me feel as though I had accomplished my job as a Supervisor.
Most negative workplace I've ever worked at in my entire life
Instrumentation Technician (Former Employee) – Dryden, ON – 13 May 2016
If this was 1984, this mill would be state of the art, but since management refuses to put any money into upgrading anything and planning refuses to plan anything, it's a very frustrating atmosphere. Selfish Union always cutting back room deals for themselves and not sticking up for the younger people, and one of the most negative, unhelpful shops I've ever been a part of in my entire life.
Sometimes contractors bring doughnuts
Little to no OT, management doesn't spend for upgrades, negative atmosphere, selfish unhelpful union
En période importante de retraite/embauche depuis 3 ans; J'ai exercé plusieurs postes au sein de Domtar-Windsor, dont 4 ans aux Ressources Humaines de la Division. Bon emploi, mais pression importante à gérer.
Pulp mill worker (Current Employee) – Dryden, ON – 16 February 2016
My typical day as an oiler is to be given numerous work orders that entail planning, routes, different types of oils or greases for each application, sometimes walking long distances or climbing many flights of stairs with loads, in-doors and outside. Management and all co-workes integrate into a good working relationship. As with almost any job, there are hard dirty area, also there are a number of easy chores, and all are handled in ways that makes the company profitable.
The company is heavly involved with safety programs and incentives
Staff (Former Employee) – Espanola, ON – 12 November 2015
Some great people hourly and staff,
Good corporate entity and strategies- willing to invest in employee development. Top notch CEO Local management is inconsistent (understated!!) Family connections take priority and matter. Do your homework before committing.