Sales Coordinator, CSR & Key Accounts (Former Employee), London, ON – January 16, 2014
Pros: enviroment, home/ life balance, co workers
Cons: company was sold and culture was shifted and then london branch was closed
Was well trained and encouraged to work together and seek training opportunities. Met and worked with some brilliant people over the 17 years. coming to work was something to look forward to, Company new how to look after there employees and customers.
Credit Analyst (Former Employee), Woodbridge, on – September 11, 2013
Pros: dress down every fridays!
Cons: department moved to the us.
The day starts of busy and remains throughout the day, however being a credit analyst at G&T I learned new things everyday. Reviewing credit reports for businesses and/or individuals was always very interesting considering there is always new and different information that arises with every applicant. This was certainly an exciting work place and position. – more... Co-workers were like family, close, helpful and positive. In the management area there were a few changes but always pleasant to deal with. – less
Account Executive (Former Employee), Alberta – March 25, 2013
Pros: no pros
Cons: read above
No work space to work in. Micromanaged. No communication with retail. No direction. Managers at head office did not know how to train. Price point was too high. The competition like Staples is much lower and better products. No room for advancement. No support team. Furniture was outdated.
former manager at Head Office (Former Employee), toronto on – January 29, 2013
Pros: a lot of free time
Cons: lack of leadership
worst place to ever work. the most inefficient network and ERP system in the world. it is no wonder why sales have been declining year over year. the future is chapter 11 BANKRUPTCY protection in 3-6 years
ps. i did not get fired, i moved on after years of frustration and trying to 'move the needle'