Staffing Specialist (Former Employee), Calgary,AB – April 3, 2014
Horrendous management, their "Oil&Gas" division is a complete JOKE. Starting from the CEO to mid level management this place is so disorganized and will never be taken seriously due to the incompetent management team that does not know how to lead a group.
I was contracted to work for TEAM Solutions at Invista
Industrial Cleaner (Former Employee), Kingston, ON – March 10, 2014
Pros: loooong breaks
Cons: too many rules with zero tolerance for any kind of safety breach, including spitting on a dirty factory floor because you, ve got some grime in your mouth
The position was Industrial Cleaner...it was great, but I lost my job there because my supervisors gave me bad directions to the smoking area and I was booted off site for smoking in the wrong place. They cost me my job there making $600/week and never even took responsibility for it, even though they told me to go there! I should have ratted them out – more... because while I was getting in trouble they were siting in the vehicles smoking in the parking lot...a big no-no! I could have joined them in their vehicle and not been caught lol. BUT, I was trying to do the right thing. It definitely backfired on me! – less
Labourer (Former Employee), Edmonton, AB – February 21, 2014
Pros: good people to work with
Cons: not enough money
Being sent from job to job, More like a temp. agency. Co-workers were good to work with. Getting to job sites was sometimes hard to do, needed a map. The best part was just being placed without the work of doing it myself.
Quality Parts Inspector for Honda of Canada (Former Employee), Alliston ontario – January 31, 2014
Cons: shift work
working shift work would come to work get protective wear on, go to work station. when product was delivered we would inspect the quality and if their was damages. they would tell us ahead of time would to look for.
Management were great, team leader was amazing. very friendly and caring.
Co-workers were the best, made the job enjoyable.
hardest – more... part of job was that it was shift work.
Temporary Program Asssistant MOL (Former Employee), Sudbury, ON – December 27, 2013
I worked for Ministry of Labour I learned how to input in online databases I took care of daily duties for someone who was working on a project and couldn't complete her daily duties as well as the project.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), calgary – September 10, 2013
I registered with Manpower Calgary in their office division. The only thing they offered me was 4 hours standing outside at the zoo giving out leaflets for $12.00/hour. I am an administrative assistant, not a walmart greeter. I was a little offended and a lot confused.