Good money, but even if you work hard, you don't advance very quickly.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Ottawa West, ON – 21 January 2018
Nothing wrong with the job, it just sucks that they are not unionized and go by seniority. There were A LOT of very hard working and high performing people while I was there but unfortunately because everything went on seniority, someone with more time in would get the better routes vs someone who easily out performs them.
Updated on all activites and status of the company through weekly unit meeting!
General Laborer / Process Operator (Current Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 12 October 2012
The position I had is manageable and addition learning for me in the production area, on how to process and maintain the quality of the product. The management is very supportive in terms of conducting training for the postion that you want to be aside on the current postion you had. The trainor is also your co-worker internaly so its not hard to understand the process of work. There is no easy Job for me, all jobs are hard but you have to work with passion and enjoy. I enjoy my job because you can approach every employees in different shift beacause sometimes you will start early or stay back as overtime
Sale Representative (Former Employee) – Kentville, NS – 12 May 2012
- Delivery products and merchandise them - Learn a lot a lot, time management skill, skill to prioritize different call - Helpful management - nice co-workers - Hard: a lot of heavy lifting - Enjoy: Learning a lot a lot
Typical plant atmospere. A group of people trying to achieve a common goal, making quality potato chips
Maintenance mechanic/ Electrician (Current Employee) – Taber Alberta – 18 April 2012
Come in each day find out what is happening from previous shift, react to whatever is happening at that moment and do small projects like running pm's while waiting for a call. I have learn alot of tasks outside of my trade like welding, fabricating and other duties that would parallel the millwright trade. I have been exposed to lots of automation in the plant which is challenging at times but exciting to learn. Most enjoyable part about my job is overcoming a challenge when faced with one. Dealing with co-workers is what you make of it, having patience with people is something that is a part of being plant maintenance.
long hours for ok pay, people who aren't your boss try to control you.
Route Sales Rep (Current Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 29 March 2012
The company only cares about money, they pretend that employees are important but have shown time and time again that money is all that matters, poor managers who only care about sales and not about your concerns.
Technicien pré-assembleur (Former Employee) – Canada – 9 March 2016
Les collègues sont pour la plupart agréable et sociable. Cependant, l'employeur affirme traiter ses employés adéquatement, mais ce sont des balivernes. Ils traitent leur employés comme des numéros sans importance et leurs blessés comme des criminels.
Comme nous sommes une petite équipe, tous le monde se connait ou presque. Donc il est facile de communiquer et de régler des problèmes directement sans passer par le chef du département.
Dans mon département ( pre-pick ), nous avons des "meeting" le matin d'environs 15 min, Nous sommes évalué sur le rendement CHH ( caisse par heure par homme ), les erreurs dans les commandes. Nous travaillons sur un module électronique ou les commandes nous sont envoyer et nous remplissons les caisses a l'unité.
Les dirigeants sont disponibles pour nous appuyer dans notre travail.
La consolidation travail famille et la gestion des horaires et du personnel sont pour moi les points fort et plus faible lié a mon travail.