Very good place to work and they are very safety concerned
Environmental Specialist (Former Employee) – Ingleside – 11 June 2015
I was in a very specialized position and had certain duties aside from others . A large amount of freedom to work at my own pace and to develop and exchange ideas. They are not very open to new and innovative ideas. Hardest part was to present ideas in a way that would get action taken on them.
Material Planner/Vendor Scheduler (Former Employee) – St. Marys, ON – 14 May 2015
Reporting to the Procurement Manager, I will be accountable for the execution of corporate procurement objectives and programs aimed at reducing our cost of goods and improve working capital. Procurement of direct raw materials as well as contracts & services for the organization will be a large component of this position.
Working aside professionals who really care about you and company
IT Business Relationship Mgr/ IT Business Partner (Former Employee) – Leamington, ON – 1 May 2015
My position had all the responsibilities of very large corporations and that was exciting. You had the ability to get involved and learn many areas of the business, local and global. Corporate direction changed for Canada and this cause many people to be let go.
Senior National Account Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 April 2015
Lots of room for growth internally. Heavy focus on development of employees and will move you up quick if you work hard and play the game. Can have long hours and heavily process intensive with unneeded complexity
Production Line Worker (Former Employee) – Leamington, ON – 24 December 2014
Very well run plant that was organized but shut down due to plant being moved to another country to cut down employee cost. it was a good job but seemed to lay off quite a bit to not allow the worker to receive full pay and health care benefits.
packer (Former Employee) – toronto – 2 November 2014
Working at Kraft was a full time job in the summers between University. I learned how to work quickly and efficiently because everyone on the production line was dependent on everyone else. I picked up and packed cookies into chutes as it was coming out of an oven down a production line. Noticing quality issues with baked goods and on packaging was a big part of the job.
Manipulateur de marchandise/ cariste (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 13 August 2014
Étant cariste et manipulateur de marchandise sur les chaînes de montages, une journée typique se voyait à l'approvisionnement des lignes. Il n'y avait presque aucune opportunités de développement car c'était des emplois étudiants donc temporaires. Mon premier été fût très bien côté management, mon chef d'équipe était super ainsi que mon superviseur. Cependant l'été d'après j'ai hérité d'un superviseur nouveau en poste en quête de vouloir faire ses preuves. Cela est une situation compréhensible cependant cela a amené beaucoup de frictions et de résistance à l'intérieur de l'équipe. Ce deuxième été fût sans aucun doute moins agréable. L'aspect le plus difficile fût de s'adapter à ce nouveau superviseur tandis que le plus agréable fût certainement l'ambiance de travail et les relations interpersonnelles que j'ai pu y développer.
Certified Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Leamington, ON – 15 June 2014
It's been a good 7 years. It's a shame the plant had to close, I really enjoyed my job. Too bad there was a lot of poor attitudes and most weren't happy with a good paying job. People abused the attendance policy. It is what it is, the plant is closing june 25 and it does not surprise me with the way it was being ran.