Cost Analyst (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 19 April 2017
When I started, things were really disorganized and I was able to use my strong computer skills to ensure the monthly statements and analysis were prepared. The hardest part of the position was that there was no procedures documented.
Pick/Order -Shipper (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 3 December 2014
Basically I was hired as a pick/order and was only with the company for 3 months. I asked for one week off to go overseas to my brother's wedding and I was told there was no problem with that. About several weeks before the wedding I get a letter saying that they did not need me after I came back from the wedding and that I violated the contract. This would have helped If they would have let me know at that time, instead of saying it was ok in the first place. The pay was good at $23.50 hr, but apparently when I was talking with the other employees they said it is a hard company to get into. This one employee told me he was working there for a year and they only kept him because the guy he was replacing had cancer and they did not know when he was coming back, another guy started a week before me and basically was replacing someone who just retired from the company. So it was bad timing on my part. Such was my fate.
Credit and Collections Associate (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 30 May 2014
Review and release customer orders based on cut off times. Collect on all outstanding balances. Deal with customer concerns in a timely fashion Work closely with the manger, corporate accounts and upper management with any concerns with the customer to make sure that the customers needs are met and we get paid Looked after 1400 accounts at one time, with some of them very high profile and demanding. The most satisfy part of the job was building customer relationships and receiving payment for outstanding invoices. The hardest part of the job was getting someone to pay there bill if I couldn't get them on the phone. Being able to multi task as different situations are brought to your attention.. (working on one account and then another issue needs to be addressed asap. Worked with third party collection agency when accounts were sent to collections
Territory Manager (Former Employee) – toronto, on – 9 January 2014
great company to work for if you enjoy never being acknowledged, Management is extremely poor, it is definitely the "old boys cub". Company has a history of mass terminations every year in December. Good luck
if you love stress, domination of co-workers, ethnic loyalty, creating trouble for others, if u got misreable personal life and want to take it out on co-workers, ya ECOLAB is the place to work.
ecolab got nothing new, no innovation, stone ages work methods, years old used machines in use, cutting costs is very important and employees not important. old grumpy employees dont want better methods of working, they are that LAZY, dont want to learn.
work in ecolab and marry stress, not your hubby or boyfriend. You are just 1 employee who can be replaced at any time. Even if you slaved for 25 years, SO WHAT?
politics, stress, ethnic groups, high work pressure, zero respect
Long days and very little management support...only as good as your last deal
assistant vice president (Former Employee) – Canada – 11 February 2013
Do not expect to advance if you are not well liked by a senior manager and do not possess an MBA. Top 3 per cent are getting wealthy while the bottom of the pyramid does the heavy lifting! If you like to be treated with respect and value life balance this is not for you. Keep looking outside EGOLAB!
large cash rich company with strong growth
opportunities are limited to select groups and the young mba crowd!
Représentant des ventes (Former Employee) – Québec, QC – 14 June 2012
* La journee de travail et agreable pleine provocation. * Pas de limite pour developpement. * Le management excellent et professionnel * Son tres serviable et efficase * Reparation de lave vaisselle * De rencontre les clients , offrire un excellent service,rencontrer different categorie de gents et de professions.
evolution de carriere et equibre vie professionnel
TERRITORY MANAGER (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 25 May 2012
For a company that was so steaped in its culture at one point and time, it has gone down dramatically. Work/life balance is unheard of. Management behaves with little integrity and continue to further their careers at the expense of their people. Constant push for more and working within a thankless industry will take its toll.