Packer (Former Employee) – Richmond warehouse – 12 March 2018
Was working in there warehouse before. The management is really no good. Supervisor just sitting in the office & watching YouTube. The cooler is flood with water. They don't care if you socks get wet. They said their paying competitive salary, but you got paid really cheap for the work compare to other produce warehouse.
Customer Service/Cashier (Former Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 17 October 2017
my location was horrible, located right beside a seniors home, so only older folk would come in and do their shopping in change. Everyone in that mall was absolutely miserable, the management on the other hand was really relaxed and respected employees opinions most of the time, but other times they would treat new employees very poorly, but I learnt to have a voice, and took it upon myself to use that opportunity to realize how I should treat poeple/ respect people
Store Manager (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 22 May 2016
there will be times where you won't see a day off for 2 week stretch if unlucky and your store is "outside mall" , exposed to the elements. company expects a lot, but gives little. non-competitive pay for the amount of work expected from us.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 11 October 2015
Kins was a great starting job to have. I learned how to work quick and efficiently and get along with many people. i enjoyed everyone that i worked with and the only downside was memorizing all the codes. I left though because i was not given more than one shift a week and i was upset by this fact.
SALES ASSOCIATE (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 28 September 2015
Was a nice place to work, as a ex student of the school i loved there. i would work there again for sure if they offer me a salary but never again for free i did a lot for them and when i ask for work there they prefer to hire 2 Korean girls than me. well...
Stocks Person (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 18 November 2013
At Kin's Farm there is not a lot of skill involved to be a stocks person. If you have eyes and are mobile you can do this job. Being a stocks person requires a meticulous eye when it comes to checking for quality control. Basic knowledge of how to pick ripe produce also becomes commonplace especially when customers ask you what to look for. Job is very labor intensive. I would recommend this job in the summer. In the winter the back doors are left open and only the cashiers get a heater.
Assistant Store manager (Former Employee) – Abbotsford, BC – 24 August 2013
Display all the stuff according to floor plan, Place order two times a day, Supervise the staff, Customer service, balance the till, prepare balance sheets and bank deposits. I learned management skills and how to work in Canadian culture. My Co-workers was helpful. When store was not busy. I enjoy my job when store was busy.