Material Handler-Order Picker (Former Employee) – Delta, BC – January 20, 2016
I worked at the Delta location as an order picker & it was a military camp. The night manager was always playing God & some of the supervisors where very difficult to work with. The reason for their arrogant behaviour is because more than 80% of workers there are immigrants & they are treated inhumanely as per silent racism. Stay away from GFS in Delta, BC if you are an immigrant because they entice people with good pay & they tap all you've got to offer, treat you poorly & dispose you like a tissue.
Delivery service Rep (Current Employee) – Victoria, BC – March 15, 2013
pick up trailer deliver food Management great with very small exception co workers great! dealing with some of the loads and how they are built some arogant chefs out there thinking you are beneath them satisfaction of an empty trailer and the pay check!
Worker (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – November 29, 2012
Senior Management unqualified and disconnected from the market/industry. Laid-off employees last year and more are imminent (outsourcing to the US). They do not follow their Cornerstone Values, just words on the wall. Pride themselves on being family owned but don't act as such. Micro-manage employees. Expect increased results with decreased resources. Push till you break mentality. The atmosphere is very negative and unhealthy to be around. Pay is not competitive to the market. Used to be a great place to work. If Management was replaced it could again be a great to place to work.
Poor management, they cant make up their minds and lots, lots of politics.
DSR (Former Employee) – Ottawa – November 18, 2012
I had to listen to stories that involved senior mgmt being stars all through training and when I got in the field found out it was an "old boys club" at the top and they were all essentially incompetent and discrimatory towards employees in a sneeky and under hande3d fashion. Those were the words of current top achievers in the field.
car allowance sucked, huge territory and they dragged me to milton whenever they felt like it.
District Sales Representative (Former Employee) – British Columbia – October 11, 2012
Job culture had changed drastically in the past five years. Poor over-all employee moral as many employees have been laid-off as much of the internal transactions have been relocated to US head office. Remaining employees worry about loosing their jobs.
Lumper (Former Employee) – Milton, ON – September 26, 2012
Couldn't stand the place, Half the building didn't get along with the other half, everybody was always doing something wrong in the managers eyes and you got worked 20 times harder than the people on the lift trucks who make almost 2x as much as you.