Fun place to work, great coworkers, friendly customers
Sales Associate (Former Employee), calgary Canada – October 12, 2014
Pros: friendly coworkers, friendly customers and genuinely a good place to be
Cons: boss always taking your hours away and bullying you around
typical day at work, loading cars for customers and putting through transactions, moving items out onto the floor. i learned that there are some good places to work where you can be both happy an helpful. The Management was really good to start off but they turned into, to be honest. Bullies. they always made threats towards your job if you didn't do – more... what they wanted as fast as they wanted. safety became non existent an when i was injured, the boss started throwing hissy fits and even though i had been there 1st and i trained him, he didn't like me an did everything he could to make me quit, since i wouldn't he saw it fit to fire me. my coworkers were great, we acted like a family. there was only around 15? of us and we came together well. the hardest part of the job is defiantly loading customers cars, they always come in small cars for big items, but it was great. the best part of the job was the level at which you got to know your customers. some were really great and always so friendly. if i hadn't been let go based off the management not liking me. id of still been there sadly – less
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.