Order Picker (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 14 October 2017
The top rate is $23/hour for everyone who isnt management or maintenance in the warehouse. Order picking department is very tiring on your body. The management only care if you make your percentage and the orders you get is random(so they say).
General Ops, Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Cornwall, ON – 11 January 2017
I enjoyed my time working at Matrix Logistics. i was very unhappy with my schedule working 2:30pm-11pm daily made it very hard to balance family life. there was little or no chance for day shift due to seniority on site, and working midnights at the time simply was not possible.
Assembler/Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 16 December 2016
typical work day at work i would say busy always. cant trust the management co-workers lot of gossip about different culture and people. hardest part is all of it. enjoyable part of the job is all of it.
clean & safe environment, all equipment is fairly new & accessible
Warehouseman (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 12 January 2015
Strong "Team" attitude is enforced and practiced by everyone. All co-workers were extremely welcoming and helpful. Multiple Team Leaders are all quite approachable yet professional. Advancement is kept internal and seasonally employ temps. Majority male employees but appear to be equal opportunity.
Rx Order Picker (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 5 February 2014
I worked as a permanent part-time order picker, it was a challenging role since we were handling prescription medication, it needs to be very accurate and damaged free products to satisfy our clients. I learned a lot from this company because they offered cross training to other departments within the warehouse, and because of that i was not limited to one department only, I was able to help other department whenever they need more people. It is a friendly environment, people are approachable. The only issue i had with matrix is that i didn't get a chance to be full time, it is also because they follow a seniority rule in hiring people.