Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Oshawa/Peterborough – 5 June 2013
Travel from Store to Stores merchandinsing, rotating and growing the business. Good Communication Team Players Elected Banner Champion Gaining additional Bunker and Endcap space without Ads Building great rappore with customers
Brand ambassador for CLIF Bars (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 March 2017
Very nice people who allowed for an amazing experience while I worked there. I learnt a lot about marketing from this job. I was a brand amabassador, so I often worked out of office and did in-field activations for the company. We worked with brands such as CLIF Bars.
Samsung Innovation Agent (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 February 2017
The job was straightforward and simple. All you need to be able to do is talk to people and make them want to talk to you.
The promotions that they do are naturally inclusive of their audience. The information they give you makes you come off as a genius when it comes to whatever you're promoting.
The jobs are also fun, and the management team encourages you to seek out new interesting ways to engage with your target audience. Trying out new methods is always a good idea.
At one point, promoting a Samsung tablet, I spent 30-45 minutes playing a racing game on a 60 inch TV in a Future Shop to try and get the attention of a bunch of kids with their parents shopping during after school hours. This demo'd the screen mirroring technology, got the attention of the kids, allowed me to do my pitch to the parents, and was just plain fun. How many jobs let you do something like that?
Field Specialist (Contract) (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 1 February 2017
The most enjoyable part of the job was interacting with customers and getting their feedback on products. The hardest part of the job was having to carry the props and equipment to different locations.
Varied work tasks in varied stores, very flexible work schedule
Brand Ambassador (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 27 January 2017
The tasks a Brand Ambassador has to complete are very simple and straightforward. The real job is being able to help customers who come with questions. Generally the store in which I worked varied from week to week, and so did the people. Being around all those different people was more fun than challenging, though. Management is as helpful as they can be. But when there is something missing from the display kit, there's nothing that anyone can really do. If you're the first choice for an activation and you can't make it to all of your shifts, you tell your supervisor and they look for another Brand Ambassador to cover them, but the ones you can do you keep.
flexible schedule, no sales pressure
sometimes work kits are incomplete or damaged, and you just have to make do
MOSAIC is like working with family healthy environment, the workload is heavy but there is always support in every corner
Crosss cultural Counselor /Youth Worker (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 25 January 2017
While working with MOSAIC I learned to co-op and gain my best knowledge. I was able to contribute changes and receive feed back as well support from my Directors and everyone that I worked with. At MOSAIC any idea is welcomed and they find a way to develop and make it happen. We use to take different training yearly to best serve our clients.
once a month we went as a group to eat our with the dirrector
you might work more tan 8 hrs. a day yet paid only 7.5 hr
Maintenance Worker (Former Employee) – Moose Jaw, SK – 19 January 2017
every place I worked I loved the people I supper easy to get along with so it makes going to work so much easier I would have changed working out at mosaic the people were awesome I loved getting up every morning to go to work knowing I was gonna work with awesome people
Brand Ambassador (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 January 2017
- Set up and designed a visually appealing booth - Worked independently during 8-our shifts - Ability to meet and monitor daily sale targets - Demonstrated communication skills while interacting with customers about the various products - Utilized the online data-recording base to record sales and provide feedback to the company
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 January 2017
Good company to get experience. Treat their employees very badly and don't pay good at all. Most of the time they will put you on contracts so they don't have to pay for your benefits. You work 24h/7 and you're never able to disconnect.
Raw ore trackhoe operator (Current Employee) – Colonsay, SK – 14 July 2016
Mosaic has been a good place to work. The employee's are helpful and people are safety conscious. I've enjoyed my time at mosaic but with this current layoff I find myself in a position where I need to either find temporary work or move on in a different direction. I enjoyed going to work at mosaic and always did my best to go above and beyond my expectations.
I feel like I was a well rounded worker, I found myself working in many different locations of the mine site. Getting a taste for everything and learning as much as I can while I was there.
A typical day at work consists of driving to the location you are assigned, setting up a booth with whatever it is you're sampling and then you begin to actually work. You get as many peoples attention as possible and you try to sell as much as possible of whatever the product you were sampling is. The management is excellent and super easy to get along with and the hour are flexible. You don't have someone watching you, you are alone in the field except for the occasional so if you don't like being micro-managed it is great. I don't have anything bad to say.