Machine Operator (Former Employee) – London, ON – 16 March 2016
On a typical day i would: - packaged different pvc product using different methods ie. box, crate - had to also groove, weld and gasket parts. - enjoyed working as a team to accomplish our task. - twelve hour night shifts was a little hard to get used to. - enjoyed listening music as i worked
Operator (Former Employee) – London, ON – 8 September 2016
Management and people are a Joke ,they can switch your shift anytime ,hours are bad ,and it smells very bad chemicals,but people there are the worst 2 faced sheep,bottom feeding carp cockroachs They would never survive at cuddys
Data Entry Clerk (Summer Student) (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 23 February 2016
A typical day at worked involved hundreds of spreadsheets to be input into Microsoft Excel. I learned that I do have a thing for working with numbers, felt like a human calculator. Management was amazing and never had any issues whatsoever, Co workers were great and made sure i knew exactly what the numbers ment that i was inputting, and were also open to let me learn more. The hardest part of the job was just how long the days were and how after you left work, numbers still ran through your mind, but the most enjoyable part of the day was seeing the large pile of finished spreadsheets.
Machine Operator/Assembler (Former Employee) – London, ON – 6 November 2015
- More than minimum wage pay rate - Steady hours (12 hour continental shift work)
- Little to no advancement (unless you've been there 10+ years, or you're extremely high on the seniority list) - Management does not care about employee well-being. - Work load is extreme with very little time to rest. - Other seasoned employees take advantage of new people, supervisors do not care. - Little to zero chance of switching from night shift to day shift (unless you're high on the seniority list) - Complete mental and physical exhaustion causes days off to seem not worth it.
A typical day at work is hard with a lot of concentration and responsibility. I learned how to find a short cuts to do things more faster and more simpler. Management overall was pretty good. My co-workers were really nice persons, we had lot of fun together. The hardest part of the job is to work with a line speed, because smaller diameter pipes comes much faster than bigger size of pipe. The most enjoyable part of the job was to see our shift workers and work together with them.
Accounts Receivable Clerk (Former Employee) – toronto – 15 January 2015
• Prepared, analyze and enter cash receipts into the A/R sub-ledger. • Ensured cash receipt batches balance, and post to general ledger. • Forwarded customer’s debit memos to collectors. • Communicated with collectors or customers for back up on all deductions taken without supporting documents. • Made appropriate AR adjustments, and copy to general accounting department. • Prepared, analyze, and enter A-D payment. • Sorted and prepare Cash receipts and adjustment folders. • Processed all check refunds to clients, including corresponding AR adjustments • Processed charge-backs of all unearned / unauthorized discounts. • Archived cash receipts and adjustment batches. • Filed credit reports into customer files.
Constant and busy workplace. (shift work) Line operating.
PVC extruding line operator (Former Employee) – Edmonton – 6 November 2014
Ipex is a constant flow of line operating for PVC pipeline, using line extruder's, general labour and basic machines such as ; forklifts & overhead cranes as well as hydrostatic testing of pressure piping.
Management Systems Co-ordinator (Former Employee) – Toronto and Montreal – 17 December 2013
A work day consisted of 10 hour days and being on call 24/7. I learned a lot about Management Systems implimentation and auditing. Co-workers were great to work with. The hardest part of the job was dealing with the union and the most enjoyable part of the job was seing the systems I implimented showing dividens.
Aide opérateur (Former Employee) – beauce – 29 May 2013
commencer par faire le tour du magasin avec le gérant et préparer le plan de travail pour la soiré, diriger mes commis pour placer tout la commande chaque soir et tenir le magasin prêt pour le lendemain.
Machine Operator (Current Employee) – London, ON – 5 February 2013
As a machine operator, we are responsible for inspecting and packing finished product into either boxes or crates. We learn to adapt to various parts and machines in order to be as efficient as possible.