Line Worker (Former Employee) – Ancaster, ON – 9 January 2018
One job, 10 weeks. Ear and eye protection made talking to other tricky, Hearing how to use the computer did go well and ended up making problems later. Most days went well even with the computer doing stuff I didn't know how to fix. The people were good and helpful. Did some over time but it killed the weekend being a night shift and all.
Administration (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 10 January 2018
Have never had any issues working with the wonderful team here. They are always ready and willing to help and very good with communication. I will continue to work with them when I am seeking employment.
Senior Administrator Consultant (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 11 December 2017
I had worked for Randstad as a short term consultant, filling in for a full time employee that was on leave. I enjoyed the type of work and was able to gain some experience on different servers and applications.
learned alot and made some new friends. very good experience.
General Labourer (Former Employee) – Brantford, ON – 23 November 2017
Randstad is a very good temp agency and has alot of well placed jobs for each individual, it has a very welcome feel as soon as you enter, and your privacy is also very concealed which makes you feel alot safer.
FORKLIFT OPERATOR (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 22 November 2017
the pay is low for the amount of work you will do the company will not inform you at all about what benefits you do have with the company in hopes that you never use them communication between employer workplaces and randstad are left to a minimum if any at all once you are past your minimum contracted hours between randstad and a potential employer there is never any attempted pressure to hire you on full time
fast pace and repetitive work on load, unload and inspect the products.
Production Associate (Former Employee) – Ancaster, ON – 10 November 2017
Working at production line. Loading, unloading, inspecting and packing the produced engine components. Learnt about inspecting the defects of the products and understanding how the factory operates. There are supervisors assigned in the factory to manage the production line. The hardest part of the job is Loading the products because the products are made of metal powders. The excessive metal powder is remained in the air causing dusty work environment. The most enjoyable part of the job is inspecting the defects. Detecting the defects makes me feel that I help saving the customers' money and company's reputation.
friendly colleagues, 45 mins break time with salary, personal protective equipment provided.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Bradford, ON – 23 October 2017
Good company to work for if quality is very important to you very good training They had a nice lunch room I just didn't like swing shifts and the fact that you had to wear uniforms found a very warm next to the ovens
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 19 October 2017
Do not sign up for this agency, because they will take a great, successful long-term relationship / business partnership and throw it out the window with the toilet water for a flimsy excuse that does not stand up to scrutiny. Then their agents will denigrate, degrade, demean and humiliate you in front of everyone. I went to HR, they gave 1 of the agents a promotion. Run, don't walk, from this agency. This goes for both the Mississauga location and the Toronto location.