Settlement Associate (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – August 16, 2016
The workplace is not made for younger folks, typically most employees are in their upper 40s. nobody talks to one another, everyone body was to themselves. Pay sucked, no room for growth - there were people 6 years + in the same position.
it's every position (Former Employee) – Easy to the west – January 24, 2013
Worst company to work for. Firstly you are paid under Kelly services which leaves you with no rights and no benefits. Secondly the will give you and contract and no hours and lead you on everyday that there is work meanwhile there is nothing. The supervisors are useless supervisors who only look out for their own. They need training. Worst company. Beware. You think your working for a great company but your working for monkeys.
My career with fedex ground has been one where I have learned leadership skills and built on a number of skills. At work I review dispatches and schedules from the previous morning across Canada. I walk through the warehouse to make a determination of what schedules will need to be put in place to move freight across the country. During my time with fedex I have learned how to communicate with other members of management and how to delegate and inspire others to take pride in their duties. The hardest part of the job is that I make myself available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. This is also rewarding because my commitment has led to excellent results in terms of service measures.
Cargo Handler (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – June 4, 2013
- unloaded containers with freight from all over the world. - always be on time - manegement was absolutely amazing due to the fact that they cared about their workers - co-workers were friendly, and all willing to work and help eachother
Transportation Coordinator (Former Employee) – Mississauga – July 28, 2015
Handling the Daily Inbound and Shipping Reports Placing Orders for Canada Post (Walmart, Best Buy and Amazon) Preparing a Daily BOL for Dangerous goods shipments as well as verifying documents that are required.
Ramp Handler (Current Employee) – Richmond, BC – March 5, 2013
A typical day involves loading containers with freight by way of hand for regular size freight and forklift for oversize heavyweight freight. Also loading of aircrafts ( 757, airbus 300 our 310) and departing the aircrafts on time ( no delays). We have an awesome management team that really appreciate our hard work and dedication to the job. Great team of co-workers that work hard together and communicate to each other to perform our job safely. The hardest part about my job is simple not getting more hours in our work day. I wish we were able to have a full day of work. I love coming to work and working together as a team to get our job done safely. I also enjoy the use of the equipment and just being at yvr in that envirment.
Its great for students, and there are plenty of people who have other jobs. One of the hardest things regarding my job is waiting for trailors to arrive. The most enjoyable part is the relaxed atmosphere.