Senior System Developer (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 11 April 2017
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Opérateur principal de machines (Former Employee) – Ville la Salle – 14 August 2016
C'est une comapgnie ou il fait bon de travailler CIBC. mes journees sont chargees et bien organisees. Je trouve de l'aide en cas de besoin ,et je suis toujours disponible a aider les autres. L'aspect le plus difficile ce sont les imprevus occasionnes par des bris mecaniques des machines , peur de ne pas livrer la marchandise a temps.
Team Leader/Supervisor (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 24 June 2016
Coming to work daily is a Joy, I love my co-workers cause we are a big happy family. I have learned to be patient, listen to employees needs and deal with situations appropriately. I will only leave this company if I'm let go or I find something better.
Data Entry - Content Verification Clerk (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 23 December 2015
It's a fast-paced environment, repetitive tasks and need to reach the required target of the job. I learned how to accurately document and verify the contents of work in a fast way. The management and co-workers were very helpful. I don't see any hardships in all parts of my job. The most enjoyable part of the job is when there's gathering with the co-workers, the rewards and appreciation from the management.
Data Entry (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 October 2015
Fun work place with friendly and supportive management and co-workers, teaching and sharing what new challenges they encounter in the deposit transaction of the clients. Can identify fake money by looking only.
PROJECT CONTROL OFFICER (Current Employee) – mississauga – 15 September 2015
You are thrown in the mix quite quickly. It is a great place to learn, but not a great place for a slow learner. They don't have time to train many new people, they just expect you to know whats happening.
- My typical day at work starts at 8am. I will prepare all the necessary things I need for the day. I will get the envelopes to process, enter it on the system. Once I finished the batch, I will balance it and get on to the next one until we finished all the envelopes.
- I have learned to be confident and believe in myself while working at Intria. They have given me opportunities I have never thought I can do and for that, I will forever be thankful to them.
Processing Clerk (Current Employee) – 1745 West 8th Avenue, Vancouver, BC – 20 May 2015
1. A typical day at work starts with team discussion on how we are going to finish the targeted task with the given time frame. 2. What I have learned that the biggest opponent in your work area is “TIME” not your colleague. 3. The management are more like our colleague and binds us as a team. 4. My co-workers supports me when I am stressed out. 5. The hardest part of my job is standing for 7 to 8 hours at a stretch sometimes. 6. The most enjoyable part of the job is the freedom to put your ideas into action.
You work as a team at the same time you are individually responsible for your action.
Typical day at work would be high energy and high productivity. The job need analytic and problem solving skills. The manager and supervisors are very much involved in the floor operations. Hardest part of the job is staying for longer hours to finish all the work. Most enjoyable part is working with other people and doing all the work as a team.