envoie des commendes de réquisitions pour le départ de la production ensuite complété les réquisitions demander de la journée préparée la salle de d'boitement (deboxing) montée les produits décartonner en production aider tout autre travail qui on besoin a la production s'assurée du FIFO soie respecter s'assurée de la qualité des produits vérifier les quantité sont respecté
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Florenceville, NB – 16 January 2018
this was a very challenging job whuch i enjoyerd thurouly it ;let me grow as a leader and stay competitive with the other crew on many kpi. boils down to being a fall guy having no support and babysittiering adults
GLOBAL PROCUREMENT ANALYTICS SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Florenceville, NB – 21 April 2017
It was great to work in Florenceville. Such a great place to work and live. My manager was really helpful and en excellent mentor. She always encourage me to dig in the data for more useful information so we can use to reduce the spent of teh company.
Assistant Brand Manager, Retail (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 March 2017
Working at McCain has provided many opportunities to grow and learn within the industry, however the lack of coaching and development causes workers to get bored and frustrated. Also unknown changes to departments have left many people without a job
General Labourer (Former Employee) – Florenceville, NB – 2 March 2017
I worked at McCain foods on the loading docks almost 10 years ago. Writing a review would be pretty pointless as a lot of things have changed in the last 10 years and since I don't know how to skip this review I'm just typing words.
Keep looking or go back to school. Wouldn't recommend this one.
Foreign Material Inspector (Former Employee) – Coaldale, AB – 7 October 2014
Hot/cold, long, boring. The air quality is very poor on most days and management does nothing to fix the problem. The tasks are repetitive and there are often injuries from the repetition although Management and WCB will not admit the jobs are repetitive. Moral in the plant is very low. Management talks about making changes but nothing ever changes. Hiring for positions that are higher up or in the office are usually filled outside of the plant. Rarely are people promoted. Most of the people who work there are great. If they hire someone who is difficult to work with they usually keep them even though it often means good employees quit.
4 Days off even though you are too tired through 2 of them to do anything.
long hours, poor air quality, extreme temperatures during all seasons, sleep deprivation