Pros: The company treats their employees to free lunches, events etc. on a regular basis. Everyone, for the most part, was extremely kind and welcoming.
Don't waste your time applying here unless you want to get screwed over.
I worked here as an Agriculture Technical Specialist in the call center for about 2 months before being abruptly let go. During this time the call center was extremely slow, I would say that 90% of the time the employees were doing nothing because there was no inbound calls. Management provided little direction as to what I (or anyone else) should be doing during this down time, even when I asked. About 2.5 weeks before I was let go I brought up this lack of productivity to my boss and asked if this was normal and if I was on the right track and she assured me "yes" and that it just was the time of year. Another member of the management also confirmed that I was excelling in this role.
However, towards the end of my employment (the last week or so), I felt like I was being picked on by management because I wasn't catching on to things as fast when work finally started to pick up. Given it was slow I was never really provided with the opportunity to learn and get the hands-on experience I needed to properly excel in this role.
After 2 months I was abruptly let go for reasons that they would not disclose to me. A couple weeks before a woman returned from maternity leave. I suspect that her return to work plus the lack of work available for the employees is what led to my termination, and the fact that my ROE claims I was let go because of "shortage of work/end of contract". As I had moved to Mississauga for this job (and management knew this), I was absolutely screwed over.