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poor pay
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) –  Edmonton, AB8 April 2013
bad working environment, hiring freeze in place. They monitor your bathroom breaks. Ten cent raise once a year.
Cons
poor pay
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Good place to work while it lasted
Warehouse/ Business Centre Supervisor (Former Employee) –  Fort McMurray, AB1 November 2017
I enjoyed my time here. My district sales manager was awesome. Learned lot of things that helped me move ahead in my career. The place was getting slower and slower due to economy and oil prices. So management decided to close it down. Was good place with nice people to work with
Pros
Staff, work - life balance
Cons
management was hard to convince and deal with
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good
Bilingual Resource Centre Agent (Former Employee) –  Edmonton, AB24 November 2016
High Pressure sales. Continue with current move forward plan and digital growth to improve sales, build upon current success within business development and continue utilizing sustainability as a differentiator
Pros
Great company culture and employees Excellent training and trips Great remuneration and incentives
Cons
High Pressure sales
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Overall rating

3.0
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3.0
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2.7
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