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Good people
Quality Coordinator/QA Specialist (Former Employee), Scarborough, ONMay 23, 2014
Pros: people, company bbq
Cons: working weekends and on call at night
Very busy, never a dull moment. Very demanding position. Enjoyed the team work and development of new procedures and systems.
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very team oriented
Master Scheduler/Production Supervisor (Current Employee), Toronto, OnAugust 20, 2013
Pros: team environment, celebratory relegious days
Metro Label is a very team oriented environment.

We aim to please all our customers and do whatever is necesary to meet the customers demands.

there are many employees with over 5 years of service and perform their duties to the best of their abilities.

Metro Label is a very fast paced environment which can be intimidating sometimes but co workers – more... are so supportive and as a team we get the job done. – less
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No fun activities
Inventory Clerk/Receiver (Former Employee), Scarborough, ONJanuary 16, 2013
Pros: 2 free lunches
Cons: no advancement
Receiving Issuing stock, and inventory control
Not learned any new activities
Management does not co-operate to changes
Not helping to others
Getting things from others(do by yourself)
Working on your own
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Hard work not recognised
Inventory Clerk/Receiver (Former Employee), Scarborough, ONJanuary 4, 2013
Cons: long hours / no recognitions for your added vlues
Able to learn and modify My department to make it efficient.
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Was given the opportunity to learn more by taking many courses to advance my knowledge and skills.
Outside Sales Representative (Former Employee), Scarborough, ONAugust 9, 2012
Pros: free education, great benefits
Cons: occasional traveling
Typical day started by checking emails, shipments and job status. I learned a lot about engineering and manufacturing our products. As well as the basics of logistics. The management was readily available to discuss issues if needed. The politics were heavy and at times, taxing to one's ego and trust upon other co-workers. The most difficult part of – more... the job was dealing with delayed jobs and not being able to meet the customer's delivery dates. The most enjoyable part of my job was gaining the knowledge in the packaging industry and meeting new customers. – less
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Day at Metro
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Markham Road & Sheppard Ave. E. Scarborough, ONJune 21, 2012
Pros: had variety.
Cons: also very close to home but none related to my jobs.
I was on reception, did invoicing, assisted CFO with administrative duties, assisted President when he had guests to set up boardroom, took messages for staff or transferred to their extensions, distributed the incoming mail and faxes, assisted accounting staff if they didn't balance at month's end and I learned customer service to enter orders.