Sr. Manager, Strategic Partnerships & Business Dev (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 March 2017
Company with a long family history with work/life balance values in a challenging industry. With more than 350 years of combined brewing heritage, it is a business that is constantly looking to improve, innovate and optimise.
Industrial Millwright (Current Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 31 January 2017
Molson-Coors is a good company to work at. You have the opportunity to learn different aspects of the production area. The most part I enjoy about working is being able to troubleshoot and fix machinery without necessarily having to order new items for the machines.
Sales Rep (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 7 December 2016
its all good people are fun and some time you get some interesting stuff. biggest problem are the people that you have to deal with. people are never satisfied no matter how much work you put into something
Promotional Model (Current Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 5 July 2016
Working with Molson has been one of the most rewarding jobs which includes meeting new people every day, learning about new featured products and traveling to beautiful and outgoing events. I am so fortunate to have the opportunity to work with Molson.
- Promote and market various beer to guests - learned how to network and become approachable - management was super nice and very straightforward - co-workers were all easy to get along with - hardest part of the job was working outside on cooler days - enjoyable part was getting to know and meeting different people
Despite many transformations due to globalization, Molson Coors Canada is make great efforts to retain their Canadian identity. Work/life balance has suffered through the years due to many reorganizations.
Documentation Specialist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 31 October 2014
Nice co-workers. Extremely lack of communication, management decisions were almost never communicated. Too many small group decision without proper communication result in redundant work and waste of company resources.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Toronto ON – 28 January 2013
A typical day at work was very constructive . Management very helpfull coworkers also very helpfull , Hardest part of the job was sometimes the time frame you need to learn a new machine , Ejoyable part of the learning to operate new machines and interacting with new coworkers
Engineering Co-op (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 December 2012
I learned many management and presentation skills by conducting meetings for industry professionals. I received a chance to work on many important inventory and data management software and create data analysis reports for the project managers.