Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 5 February 2017
They hire too many temps and then let them all go. The supervisors should not be supervisors because not only do they never know anything but are extremely rude. I have been harassed so many times at ingram. There is no way to advance and they will end your contract without notice.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 27 November 2016
They will work you until you bleed between September and January.They will give you as many hours as allowed by law. Come January they offer you a 3 month contract, if you're lucky then tell you its slow and they have to reduce your hours to 5 or 6 from 8 until they can you at the end of the contract.
Management walks around watches people then sends supervisors to annoy you.
Accounts Payable Trade Imaging Associate (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 4 October 2016
Print, sort, scan and index invoices in order to get paid in a timely matter Respond to inquiries for the status of invoice payments Ensure that Wire Payments, AR Refunds and Tax Payments are process in a timely matter Verify that invoices have proper Manager or Director approvals in order to get paid Training of new staff on office procedures Printing cheques that are to be sent out on a weekly basis and ensuring that they are verified by the Tax Manager and signed by the Director and CFO Enter the cheque information into an Excel Database and ensure the accuracy between the Prelist the Master list
Order Picker/General Labor (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 15 August 2016
The day used to start with the leader assigning jobs and the employees taking RF guns with the targets. The job was easy and had fast-paced environment with time management skills. The teamwork was not visible at all.
Large Global company with a very structured working environment.
Vice President (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 1 July 2016
Large global company competing in a very competitive distribution environment. Very P&L focused with weekly reviews on performance vs plan. Recent global re-structuring has lost focus in some of the key strategic pillars of growth. Company was just purchased by a large Chinese company.
Market development specialist (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 14 June 2016
Good company to work for if you are in the right department and working for the right manager. Too much micro management and lack of training. Some managers are better than others. I wish they all had similar style of training and work ethics.
Largest Computer Distribution Company worldwide. It was a privilege to have been given the opportunities to work with such an institution.
Senior Credit Development Officer (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 14 April 2016
- Typical day at work included in-depth credit and financial reviews. - Client visits to senior executives/senior managers of clients. - Setting of credit lines and arranging alternative forms of funding at senior levels.