Delivery Specialist (Former Employee) – 120 Adelaide W. – 7 March 2016
I started at 10.50 left at 12.50 the pay is low I would of been happy with 13.50 but it was an easy job very nice environment. Management old school mentality they find the smallest things to say about you that you've done wrong. Nothing hard about the job. I learned interpersonal skills when dealing with people. Very casual job not tired at the end of the day.
Graphic Designer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 May 2015
A regular day work is taking care of the received files for print and finishing the designs and sending them to the clients. I learned PDF Lib Blocks and Go epower as something new. My co-workers were kind and helpful. The hardest part of the job was when I could not get the true colour of the art from the printer. Designing and having satisfied customer were the most enjoyable part of the job.
Computer Graphic Designer Trainee (Former Employee) – 557 Dixon Road #131, Etobicoke, ON. – 14 January 2015
I worked from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM I was working there because of CO-OP From that experience, i learned how to make business cards, I.D cards, Laminate, and I entertain some customers especially when the others are busy. The supervisor is very strict because you cannot be late all the time. my co-workers were computer graphic designers and others are also a CO-OP students. My job was pretty easy because I'm used to it but the hardest part of the job is when you have to stand for hours with a little amount of breaks. The most enjoyable part of the job is when i get to communicate with others because it keeps me company and it brings the time faster.
Designer, Cashier, Customer Service (Current Employee) – Mississauga – 10 October 2014
Good place to work. Neat and clean environment. Nicely talk to the customers which customer appreciated. It repeat customer base business, so a lot of word of mouth. Deal with corporations. So overall a good place to work.
Owner and Business Development and Administration (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 4 June 2014
I learnt excellent experience in human resources management, including but not limited to staff recruitment and training, reconciling diverse points and resolving interpersonal issues. I am have to handle administrative policies and procedures on a regular basis.
I am responsible also for marketing, designing materials and setting date to implement the plan.
I have much to offer in the way of diversity: administration, human resources, working as a team, set priorities and accomplish objectives, attention to details, problem solving and resolving conflicts.
Packager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 28 August 2012
This job was quite challenging and stressful but it taught me great work ethic as a first job. I learned that in a job environment perfection is expected. I worked with great people, the positions there were quite challenging to fulfill and took a lot of work and sometimes extra time to complete so it was very important that everyone worked together as team players. The hardest part of the job was having to complete many tasks in short periods of time and working with heavy materials, designing perfectly the merchandise and then having to package and load the heavy materials into the company truck. What I enjoyed the most about this job was that it really made me more responsible and showed me that hard work really does pay off. I however believe for the amount of work which was required and expected of us to be completed at Print Three and the strenuousness of it the pay could have been more.