Waste of time and effort dont be fooled by the $$$$$$
Subcontractor (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 13 February 2018
Siged up with Intelcom went on the road once ...its now the fifth week and I have not been called again...Employee turnover is great so the money being offered is just an enticement to maintain employees to do their work which you will never get paid for...DONT WASTE YOUR TIME, EFFORT AND MONEY. People seriously need to work but these people are a set of unprofessionlas trying to vamboozle people
Package Handler (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 28 December 2017
I was hired to be a package handler, where you need to scan and sort packages for delivery. The job itself is fine, but the management is very poor. First I needed to get my number into their whatsapp group and the manager would refuse to actually do that (without actually telling me). I ended up doing about a full week's worth of work and did not receive payment because they "lost my hiring form" as well.
I would have been more than happy to do the work if I had somebody who would actually talk to me and tell me what's going on rather than constantly sidestep things.
If there is minus 5 in the rating I’m gonna choose it , They tempt you with the weekly or daily payment and eventually when you calculate the expenses of your car , phone , spending most of your day in the street ... etc you’ll find your self getting much less than the minimum with an exhausted body at the end of the day beside there is nothing will guarantee your payment, and no benefits , not recommended at all
Driver/Delivery (Former Employee) – Alberta – 30 November 2017
They don't pay you. Please don't work here. I was suppose to be paid a minimum of $180 per day. You fork out your own money for gas and such...then when it was pay day...NOTHING and I still have gotten nothing. What is worse is my boss won't get back go me
Driver/Delivery (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 17 November 2017
Worked for them for couple months, hoping things will get better but never have. They ask for you to go out of your way constantly without paying anything, no compensation for gas, cell phone, car, insurance, 0 benefits and constant problems.
Basically they expect you take all the bs, give your best and not get paid for it nor appreciated. STAY AWAY
Being a sub-contractor is their way of treating you like a sub human being
Courier Driver (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 13 October 2017
They pay well below standards, they will fire you on a whim if you make a slight mistake but if you leave with little notice, they will keep any pay that you earned up until then and keep it for themselves. Please, spare yourself the distress and join another courier company like FedEX, Canada post, etc.
Vice President (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 2 August 2017
J'y ai passé l’essentiel de ma carrière et j'y ai acquis la plupart de mes connaissances. Du développement des affaires en passant par le marketing, la gestion, les opérations, la gestion du personnel, la négociation et l'application de conventions collectives.
Le travail d'équipe était valorisé et le succès de l'entreprise était l'affaire de tous!
La croissance rapide de l'entreprise a fait en sorte que quelques valeurs de l'entreprise ont changées et impacter la culture de l'entreprise. Dans ce contexte, j'ai préféré aller réaliser un rêve d'opérer un Bistro.
Service Supervisor (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 13 March 2017
Had to have been one of the most unprofessional companies i have ever had the disadvantage of working for. It is almost as if management seems to be setting the station and the employees within for failure. No available training at all. No support from management or fellow co-workers because everyone is so worried about loosing their jobs to stand up against the constant infractions the company places on their employees. Introducing new policies and procedures with unrealistic expectations with no raise in pay or no incentive for doing the extra work. Their HR department is a joke. If you go to HR to complain or try to make your work environment better HR will not help you in the ways a Human Resources representative should or is obligated to according to their job description. Management has HR wrapped around their finger and any complaint put into HR is disregarded or you are terminated. The COO of this company is running it into the ground. There are numerous legal infractions all over the building according to Alberta Labour Laws, OHS, and Alberta Human Resources, And im 99% sure that the Calgary location is not the only location under such negligent, unethical, corrupt infractions.
corrupt management, unrealistic expectation and work loads. No moral within employees. Zero support or training.
Employee (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 20 February 2017
Unrealistic expectations from upper management. No guidance, no training, no coaching. Questions about growth were not appreciated. The workplace culture was comparable to a dictatorship. Company took advantage of hard working dedicated people on a daily basis. The only thing enjoyable about this job was the local group of people who struggled with you on a daily basis to make things better.
Superviseur des Opérations (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 22 July 2016
Un turn-over explicite quant à la santé de cette entreprise qui selon moi, ne place aucune priorité à la gestion et à la mise en avant du personnel à des fins qualitatives. En revanche, j'ai personnellement apprécié que l'on me laisse le champ libre pour monter mon équipes de livreurs ainsi que leurs chefs d’équipe, et j'en ai assuré le suivi tout au long de mon expérience. Mes horaires ont trop souvent été modifiées pour finir en horaire presque de nuit et n'ont jamais pu revenir à des horaires plus vivables. Un des aspect le plus difficile de mon poste était sans doute le manque de communication dont l'entreprise souffrait et qui a notamment conduit à la perte inévitable de certains clients et de bons livreurs que j'essayais tant bien que mal de fidéliser dans l'entreprise. J'exposais souvent des problèmes parfois dangereux pour l'entreprise et je n'avais pas souvent de retour. L'aspect le plus agréable restait le management et le travail direct avec les livreurs et les clients et les nombreux bons retours que j'ai pu avoir. Malgré tout, l’expérience est restée très enrichissante notamment en terme de gestion de sous-traitants travailleurs autonomes, de clients exigeant tels qu'AMAZON ou la plus grande chaîne de pharmacies du Québec. Mon chef de projet et moi-même avons intégré et géré le projet AMAZON dès le début avec tout le suivi et les solutions que cela demande.
bonne ambiance avec mes équipes de livreurs, enrichissement professionnel suite au partenariat avec AMAZON
manque flagrant de communication, non prise en considération du personnel