Multidrop Driver (Former Employee) – Carlisle – 11 December 2012
my work colleagues who are my friends were a pleasure to work with, my area were kendal, West Cumbria and The Scottish Borders. The work i did kept me fit, I looked forward going to work each morning, when I 1st started the job I started with The Scottish Borders. Its was a new area to me but within 3 months I got use to it and loved the area, people were friendly and made a few friends. The other area i covered while my work colleagues away.
Great teams, moderate benfits, poor executive leadership
Strategic & International Account Manager (Former Employee) – Calgary – 23 May 2017
All in all I loved my time at Lyreco because the people were great to be with. Unfortunately too many mid and senior managers and members of the senior leadership team were poor leaders who, in my opinion, failed their teams in critical ways.
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Kingston, ON – 13 December 2016
I did not enjoy this job. The manager wasn't fair. You weren't allowed to talk. He wanted certain people to be "his ears" on the floor and report any gossip, etc. Company is now closed down in Kingston.
A typical day runs from 9 am to 6 pm and that depends on how busy the day is. all orders must be done before anyone can leave. generally it is not strange to have some days that run from 9 am to 8 pm. that is the hardest part of the job, to be able to focus and not make any mistakes during these long days is a great learning experience that will be valuable in all my future work.
free lunches and morning coffee, work clothes and boots provided for free
QC (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 22 June 2012
journée de travail typique : contacter nos clients, soccuper de nos commandes le management : bien l'aspect le plus difficile de votre poste : je ne peut penser a rien pour le moment l'aspect le plus agréable de votre poste : l'entourage, les collegues de travail