The people I worked with were wonderful but the managers did not respect thier employees.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee), Red Deer, AB – January 22, 2014
Pros: benifits after 3 months
Cons: long hours, hard on the body
It was a 7:30am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday job with an hour for lunch. Day consisted of receiving stock and putting it in location. Everyday was really busy and seemed like there was never a way to get everything done. Eecol is staffed very thin and their is not enough people to run the warehouse so the expectations for things to be completed were extremely too high. Management was found to be unproductive. No respect was given and emplyees were treated poorly for all the effort they put in. When it came to emplyee conflict management did not do what they could to resolve to issue. Co-worker were wonderful. They were high spirted and helpful. Hardest part of the job was trying to keep u with expectations. Best part was conversing with co-workers and customers
OFFICE ASSISTANT (Former Employee), Edmonton, AB – June 20, 2015
Pros: We had summer BBQ's
My day consisted of covering reception first thing in morning and then start to balance the cash sales from previous day. I also did freight and expediting. My day was usually pretty busy with things to do in between.
utility inside sales specialist (Former Employee), Calgary AB – December 28, 2015
Eecol was not bad to work for. I worked my way up the ranks pretty quickly. in a year and half I went from order picker to pick up counter to counter to inside sales. I thought I was on my way to a promising career until I was recently laid off...
Out of town shipping supervisor (Former Employee), Calgary, Alberta – September 24, 2015
It is unfortunate that i was laid off. I was grateful to have given my time to this company. I thought there was room for growth & advancement, especially at the managorial level. Wait... is 'managorial' even a word?