Warehouse Personnel/office assistant (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 15 June 2016
If their were no windshields to inspect after cleaning them their sure was alot of filing, phone answering and stock to take. That kept my day full which I like. I learned that not all windshields are created equal and the slightest little flaw could possibly have a disasterest outcome.
The hardest part of my job was not being able to associate with fellow co-workers as they were all delivery drivers and were gone by the time I arrived for work.
The most enjoyable part of my job was the learning, the contact between phone customers and myself-that I found to be gratifying.
Free windshield cleaner
Sometimes too hot or too cold, depended on the weather
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Alliston, ON – 20 April 2015
Work is pretty simple but a little bit boring. I like the consistent hours and pay. There is very poor communication between associates and management which can cause for stress on the floor. Also, because this is an American run company, some of their policies do not abide by labour laws in Ontario. You are also a replaceable pawn in the warehouse so people rarely say anything about the labour laws not being followed.
simple work, good co-workers, reliable pay and hours
poor communication, does not follow labour laws, large turnover/replaceable employees, stressful
delivery man (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 16 August 2012
was a very good job, but the pay was very very low, and the raise in pay was an insult for the responsibility and accuracy the job required. management was very, very helpful if you had a sick family member in the hospital.also it was a unionized shop but if you asked any questions about what you were getting for your dues you were told to shut-up and quit complaining.not the way an adult employee who loved the job wants to be treated.