Senior management may be OK but onsite management has no clue.
Dry Prep operator (Former Employee) – Winfield, BC – 31 July 2017
I was a believer in advancement from within ones own ranks, till I worked here. The flaw of course is if the job is stacking racks or tightening bottle caps--this is not the place to get your management from. Mechanics? nope nobody has a clue using same gasket a hundred times... for them no problem just apply more torque at 150 while next to it are nylon washers that can only take 50... hmmmm they do not see a problem. Multiple work accidents are every day. If you do not speak English and can not get a job any where else... guess it might be the place for you.
Health care if you can make it through the first 3-6months
Picker/Packer (Current Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 6 June 2017
Friendly people, educated staff, it's a really nice place to work I just don't feel comfortable on a temporary position on a lower income. They can call without warning and tell you there's no work. I'm looking for something a little more permanent but still currently working here.
Free lunches, good people, weather appropriate, easy for transit, good work
Senior Graphic Designer (Current Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 19 February 2017
Day to day work can be frustrating due to constant last minute jobs. Workplace culture is incredibly conservative and uptight, which drains a creative brain. From time to time, I'm assigned exciting projects. People I work with are what make my job enjoyable.
Bulk Packaging (Former Employee) – Kelowna, BC – 9 November 2016
Toxic work environment. Management is built on seniority, and not qualifications. They will find any way to cut down hours but increase production. The job is very fast-paced and repetitive. You will guarantee hurt yourself at one point or another. Worst job I have ever had.
QUALITY CONTROL SUPERVISOR (Current Employee) – Kelowna, BC – 5 October 2015
Natural Factors has provided me with a platform to conduct high quality testing on their products, and I stand behind what they manufacture. The company values quality, team work and safety. I have been provided with strong analytical chemist experience, strong interpersonal and leader ship skills.
BULK PACKAGING OPERATOR (Current Employee) – Kelowna, BC – 26 September 2015
Its a busy place but you enjoy to work with very nice people around. They are very supportive and helpful in a lot of ways. You get to learn things everyday and you improve your working skills. The most challenging part is, it takes a lot of physical work. Because it is a production company. The most enjoyable part is, working and growing with great people.
Msp and benefits paid, free drinks (ie. hot chocolate)