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What will it take before safety is taken seriously!?
Picker (Former Employee), Edmonton, ABOctober 13, 2014
Pros: co workers are very nice
Cons: management is clueless, safety is a joke
What a terrible place to work! It is so unorganized, Management doesnt care about the employees who are there working day in and day out. They have a safety manual that doesnt even get applied to the warehouse floor. I have witnessed so many near misses and no one gets repremanded for anything. No one gets trained properly, no one listens to anyone – more... except to gossip. It's just such a stressful place to be. One day someone is going to wind up dead and thats gonna be what it takes for some action to have things change – less
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Poor management
Admin (Former Employee), Edmonton, ABDecember 29, 2013
Pros: good co-workers
Cons: work load so heavy that most of the time is impossible to take breaks
A company with great growth potential but too focused on micromanagement and inexistent succession plan. The opportunities of advancement are directly subjective to one of the top manager's empiric criteria; which means someone will advance within the company only if such manager “thinks” the candidate can handle the job, instead of encouraging people – more... to apply for it and go through the whole screening process in order to determine his/her previous experience, set of skills, and qualifications.
Some shifts are overloaded of work; for instance, there is a high pressure to earn impossible speeds to realize the daily tasks in order to finish them before the end of the shift. Their technology system is very obsolete, they use more than one system to control the inventory and most inventory movements are done manually, which represents a high risk for human error; however, ZERO mistakes are tolerated.

Overall pad pay for the amount of work. – less
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A disorganized mess
Forklift Operator (Former Employee), Edmonton, ABJune 27, 2013
Pros: easy to find, ample parking
Cons: disorganized, no movement up, no raises, unsafe environment
There is no organization.
Managements' strategy for dealing with high volume? Let the workers deal with it.
Aisle numbers and bin locations are useless since product is located everywhere. When a pallet comes of production it can be slotted anywhere in the building.
Some racks are not bolted down. Some people have been at the same job for 30 years.