A typical day at work first starts with verifying and sorting out my e-mails and once that is done, I then analyze my portfolio by sorting my account according to my aging. I follow up with my collection calls for most of the morning while monitoring the order releases. After lunch, I then process the credit new application received along with all deductions received.
Distribution Centre Manager (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 10 April 2017
Responsible for the distribution of cheese products throughout Western Canada. Oversaw the warehouse, transportation, supply planning and customer service of a major facility. When first hired I worked directly with the Saputo group, then they purchased Dairyland whose people were moved into key roles and the business philosophy changed. Under Saputo the opportunities and culture were fabulous. It was an entrepreneural environment. The culture changed as the new group positioned their people in key roles and started to reign in the spirit of the people.
Labourer (Current Employee) – Tavistock, ON – 6 July 2016
long days, great family, awesome benefits, good wages. Room to grow within the company. Hardest part is working on cement for 12 hrs a day three days in a row. Love the challenges and changes every day.
Operator/Labourer (Current Employee) – Vaughan, ON – 1 June 2016
a typicalday at work is usually cold,but not too cold unless your in the freezer,and your handling food product mostly dairy we just distribute at this location so never had to deal with raw material but its a good place to work ..
Transportation & Fleet Services Coordinator (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 21 May 2016
Company is very supportive of employees. Fun team to work with. Allow you to do your job without being micromanaged Need to spend more money on maintenance. Some troublesome employees that are difficult to handle. Need more support with infrastructure. Advice to Management HR needs to be more supportive in dealing with management issues
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 11 February 2016
to start with shift meetings we are all on the same page employees be came friends management became aware of each persons best quality learning to operate autopallitizer meeting up with each other after work
preposer a la salle de coupe (Former Employee) – Ville Ste. Laurent, QC – 9 February 2016
c'etais un bon travail ,un travail de rapidiite d'execution ont travaillaient souvent en equipes de 2 j'ai beaucoup apris sur les fromages,les sortes leur gout c'est un monde incroyable a connaitre.Bonne collaboration en general avec mes coequipiers .L'aspect le plus difficile du poste est la rapiditer mais ont addaptent des techniques avec le temps et la salubriter tres exigent pour devenir ASEP il faut beaucoup de travail assidus.C'etait comme si ont etaient une petite familles les gens s'entaidaient entre eux
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Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Halifax N.S – 6 October 2015
As i work full days at the golf course i also work 3 evening shifts and 2 full days on the weekend with the company Saputo Dairy. A typical day at Saputo is arriving to many different grocery stores and having to work our products onto these grocery stores shelves(mostly Milk products). Working independently has of course pros and cons. Pros are its normally a pretty quite working space and i get to make my own decisions on the product placement and the way our products will look on the shelves. Cons are it being independent, I have to work after many other co-workers who don't appear to show the same work ethics as I display. They can other leave product behind because they felt they did enough that day, or even had other co-workers tell me myself that some leave work behind for me specifically because they know i'll be in that day and still don't complain about the extra work. Saputo is a great job but just the environments of the grocery stores are the downfall. While working independent with Saputo you experience much interference with grocery employees and management. What i mean by the environments of the grocery stores are mostly everyone tends to make their days difficult and more frustrating not only on themselves but for their other co-workers. For example i experience on a daily basis other workers only complaining on how poorly their co-workers are and how they work. If said person leaves one thing behind or leaves something in the way for only a minute, another co-worker whom its interfering with would rather complain on how poor of a worker that other employeemore... is, rather than take matters into their own hands and just move the product out of the way. To me for the most part I see very little team structure in these stores and it's frustrating having to hear on a daily basis how tough someone else's life is because they had to make an extra effort.less