Assistant (Former Employee), Sault Ste Marie, ON – May 13, 2014
Pros: a lot of exercise
Cons: a lot of lifting
- great place to work with a team. - learned how much I can lift. - good co-workers to work with - the hardest part was waking up very early in the mornings - the best part was helping people get rid of their stuff and help them load their things.
warehouse Assistant (Former Employee), St. Catharines, ON – March 26, 2014
My work was basically like volunteer with some extra paid jobs, The people is excellent, the philosophy of the company is great. Some times in winter times the work is hard because the cold but in otherwise not complaints at all
Sales Clerk (Former Employee), Ottawa, ON – March 22, 2014
Working for Habitat for Humanity Restore was lots of fun. It was a lot of heavy lifting for example: boxes of tile, toilets, windows and doors. If you want to learn about construction and construction material this is the place to start.
Electronic Waste and Salvage Marketing Manager (Former Employee), Brantford, Ontario – January 8, 2014
For the do it yourselfer there are many amazing bargains with all proceeds going to the building of homes for needy families. With many community partners supporting the cause, the consumer is in a win win situation. The friendly and knowledgable staff will direct your search. I highly recommend The Re/Store Store.
Volunteer Work (Current Employee), Brampton, ON – December 21, 2013
Pros: i'm able to get volunteering hours
Cons: that they cant hire you to work for them
I feel that volunteering at Habitat for humanity is for a good cause because of what they provide to those who are less fortunate. Since I work at the Retail Re-Store I am able to provide customer assistance, help out the manager, and provide a positive work environment. During my time here stocking the shelves and pricing products are part of a typical – more... day. I enjoy working with my co-workers because they help you to get the job done and are also good people. – less