Metal Fabricator (Current Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 8 October 2014
a plant with full production capacity that is supplying GTA's rebar demand. Learned a lot of hands-on techniques about fabricating rebars, forklift driving and long-trailer truck driving. Management team includes such awesome group of individuals that treat everybody nice and control the shop flow in best way. Hardest part of work is night-shift and of course working with steel is always dangerous even if you follow all safety processes.
Student Office Clerk (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 3 July 2017
One of the best companies I've had the pleasure of working for. Friendly staff and very personable management. I learned many skills and gained great office experience. When you are excited on a Sunday to go to work the next morning, you know you're working for a company that treats you well.
Shipping Clerk (Former Employee) – Bowmanville, ON – 16 March 2017
I would give this company a zero if that was an option.
The two redeeming qualities of working at Salit was I really loved my job, my co-workers and my direct boss. Otherwise this environment is toxic and management is unprofessional.
Working for Salit has taught me a really valuable lesson that I don't want to work for a company that condones bullying and harassment; allows their workers to come to work stoned and or drunk and turn a blind eye. A company that walks all over their employees. A company that doesn't mind when their employees have full out fist fights on the plant floor and they just get a slap on their wrists. A company that doesn't provide the proper tools to complete one's position.
I can't think of one
Hours too long, moral is low, management is unprofessional
Labourer (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 11 April 2013
Moneys good, overtime available. cut hours in winter, or get laid off. management is extremely poor, if you want a dead end job, with no room for advancement and love being treated like a child.... THIS ONES FOR YOU...