Overnight reset (Former Employee) – British Columbia – June 19, 2013
while i enjoyed the work....the hours were waaaaay too little...(8-16 a month! Overnight reset @Home Depot) The crews i worked with were always great...understanding..helpful and friendly....the worst part was waiting to get paid ( waited over a month for an 8 hour paycheque)
good honest work
waiting well over 2 weeks for a paycheque and having to fight with payroll and hr to get it sent out
A non-profit organization that helps the community. A great place to learn.
Human Resources Assistant (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – June 3, 2013
The group at MOSAIC is very willing to teach, making this a great place to start in an office environment. A typical day would include scanning performance reviews and emailing them to coworkers, filing documents related to personal files, updating salary information in Payworks, updating contract information in MS Access, rearranging files to and from the termination list. Support the HR department where ever necessary.
flexible hours based on my personal availability and i am able to ride my bike to work, which makes me happy.
i would like to gather more experience and take on new work, but there is no real position for me to move into.
Brand Ambassador and Program Coordinator (Former Employee) – Vancouver – April 30, 2013
I really loved working for Mosaic as a B.A. and Promo Model, and was very excited when I was promoted to a Coordinator.
Unfortunately, that was the worst position I have ever had, and by the conversations I have had with other Coordinators, their experiences were no better. Expectations include, having no social life, working 90+ hour weeks with no time off in compensation, refusal to pay out expenses in a timely matter, and expectation of staff to forge results to meet clients expectations.
All around such a negative experience with this company. I would not feel comfortable recommending anyone to work in any other role then a Brand Ambassador.
expected to have the ability to front $8000 for promotional expenses.
Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Laval and North Shore – December 9, 2013
I've done several sorts of jobs including experiential merchandising, store resets, firmware upgrades and blitz crew work (setting up gas station convenience stores). Pay is reasonable. Mileage payout is weak. There was plenty of support when I needed to ask questions. I find their pay system arcane and hard to interpret as to what exactly I was paid for which service I provided.
Met many good people, almost no one I couldn't get along with.
flexible hours to a degree, free golf shirts
some jobs require a lot of schlepping of equipment and preparation.
merchandiser (Former Employee) – Edmonton – March 4, 2015
Upon arriving at your first project of the day, you would report to manager of store, to introduce yourself, let them know what company you are with, explain what you are going to be doing and ask where you can locate the supplies you would need for the project. You had to learn to associate with many types of people. Usually most projects were for one person to complete. Some larger jobs required two or three to work together. The hardest part of the job was sometimes arriving at the store and your supplies you needed could not be located and you spent most of your time looking for supplies. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting people.
set your own hours
sometimes not given enough time to complete project.
Hoist operater (Former Employee) – Colonsay, SK – September 21, 2013
I was on production @Mosaic for approx. 25 years before getting my hoisting ticket I enjoyed the underground world while I was there but enjoy the hoist position even more. A typical day on the hoist is doing your daily checks on the hoist with the shaft crew or electricians, Lowering material underground. My co-worker are great and I also have a great boss too. Hardest part is not see the people you working with and going with the signals and bell system but learning that skill is great
not breathing the dust that i was underground and also a quieter surrounding
Much easier to work for a company based out of where you live. There have been many issues where I have had to play phone tag or email numerous people to have the issue resolved. Most of the training I received was by email and I would have to teach myself. People I deal with at work are great, but getting anything done through the higher ups is always a hassel
they pay for my travel/accomodations when i go away for work
company is based out of toronto so there is no face to face contact to resolve issues
Brand ambassador (Current Employee) – Edmonton – December 8, 2014
I currently work for Mosaic part time and it could not be a more flexible job. My coordinator is so friendly and helpful, always willing to go the extra mile to help me out. If you are considering working for them part time, my advice is to give it a try. This is my first time working two jobs and so far I don't regret a thing.
great hours, flexible, diverse job opportunities
when jobs end there may not be a new one right away
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Mississauga – November 8, 2014
Worked from 11pm-7am. Would sign in and report to manager. I learned a lot about reading modification sheets and how to communicate while under pressure. The hardest part about the job was trying to please everyone as everyone was working hard and scrambled everywhere some people would ask for help at the same time and myself could not help all at once. the most enjoyable part of the job was when everything was finished and knowing the job was done right.
Brand Ambassador for Samsung Canada (Current Employee) – ontario – April 21, 2014
Brand Ambassador for Samsung Canada. I am responsible for promoting sales to existing and new clients, identifying and soliciting potential clients. Other duties include training and educating other employees from external stores, assessing client's needs and resources and recommending the appropriate goods and/or services. I also set up displays of merchandise in stores or in malls to attract new customers. I deliver sales presentations to employees and administer and close sales transactions with clients.
Sales Representative, Phillips LED (Former Employee) – Fredericton, NB – May 18, 2015
Typical day of work was go in to a store, set up the demo area, stand around and wait for customers that you can engage. The hardest part of the job was to keep track of all the sales made, when there was more than one consumers at a time.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – July 20, 2014
Mosiac taught me a lot about leadeship and responsibilty as I was working with full time employees that had been working their for many years. A typical day at work would include doing the usual inventory check, filling up the cases with food and beverages, makng sure the cafe was clean and working as the cashier.
Director of Marketing (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – May 18, 2015
- Create promotional videos/posters. -Distributing videos and posters through social media outputs. - Recruit Volunteers. -Calling up all volunteers and organizing them into groups. - Coordinating with the Event planners. - The most enjoyable part of the position is the diverse environments I find myself in each time I organize/attend an event.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – August 15, 2014
They have a strong organizational structure and culture. It is the best experienced i ever had taken in my job. the management is so strong and the skills they use to control their team are very effective. Co-workers are very co-operative. I like merchandising so I enjoyed every part of this job. There was no hardest part in this job and every day was full of learning new supervisory skills and merchandising skills.
Field Specialist (Current Employee) – Markham, ON – September 2, 2015
A great company to work for! I travel between different mobile stores training RSA's on upcoming, or recently released devices in order to better assist them with sales. The most enjoyable part of the job is having the chance to attain and use brand new mobile devices before they hit the market.
Team Lead (Current Employee) – Edmonton, Alberta – April 21, 2015
Sales Ambassadors/Representatives go out in the field and perform liquor tastings at various liquor store locations. Reps must dressed appropriately and come fully prepared. People who are already social and enjoy being around people this job is a shoe in.
fun but no job security and your work might not be noticed
Brand Ambassador (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – May 11, 2012
Its hard work it can be fun if you make it I can't complain about my co-workers I love them all. The hardest part is the insecurity but that's the same with any marketing job especially these days. Overall a great place to work.
Contract team member for Metro/Food Basics (Current Employee) – Brantford, ON – January 6, 2015
I started this contract position after 10 years of customer service based employment. This current position challenges me physically and mentally on a daily basis. I thoroughly enjoy the traveling that this job entails and highly recommend the experience this position has to offer.