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Whole Goods Accountant (Former Employee), Lethbridge, ABJuly 14, 2014
Responsible for account reconciliations and ensuring that payment is made to manufacturers on time for five branches. I take care of large sales from beginning to end and make sure all accounting principles are being met. Meet deadlines and prepare documents for corporate office as well as for audits. Ensure that revenue recognition principles are being – more... met as well as commissions are paid correctly – less
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Stay far away
Technician/service manager (Former Employee), ManitobaMay 25, 2014
Pros: decent hours, overtime durin busy seasons
Cons: poor salary, poor staff morale, top heavy management
Top heavy management company that does not care about the employees at the bottom. Huge wage gaps between technicians from province to province. Service managers are paid at a sub par salary. Keep looking, this is not a place you want to work
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BAD RUN !
Technician (Current Employee), High RiverMarch 24, 2014
Pros: was some good people ! almost all gone now tho .
Cons: really none !
Don't believe anything they tell you ! Terrible management , as seen in other reviews never know from day to day if you have a job . Now bring in foreign workers and pushing out local workers ! JUST DON'T DO IT !!!
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Good work environment
Service manager/Heavy duty mechanic (Former Employee), Balzac, ABFebruary 27, 2014
Pros: new shop, chalanging, over all attitude in balzac
Cons: politics of the management, never quite sure where you stood as a person or tech.
I was service manager for one year when I started and transferred back into shop as a mechanic. A typical day was anything from construction and agricultural repairs to pre delivery and set up of new equipment. Attitude in shop varied from day to day as the seasons changed, mostly it was a good team atmosphere. I learned a lot about managing employee's – more... as this was my first time as a Service manager, I stepped down from service manager due to my young family. The best part of the job was the location, new shop, good overall attitude, as well as training and benefits. I quit the job after I transferred myself to the Drumheller branch as shop foreman, I found the attitude and people in Drumheller very poor an unwilling to accept my new role as shop foreman. – less
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Scary place to work
Heavy Equipment Field Technician (Current Employee), albertaJanuary 22, 2014
Day to day you have no idea if you will have a job the next day.
ZERO training to be had