used to be good but realize at the end of the day you're not wanted
Material Handler (Current Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 14 June 2017
Don't like to bring right number of people to do jobs. Workers and supervisors and support staff good upper management sucks all to concerned with the dollar. Machinery not kept up for example forklifts. The upper management is too heavy jobs could be combined to save money they hide supervision when there is no work again a cost savings. The hardest part of the job is no direction and some people working harder than others. The most enjoyable part of the job is the people kind of like family. Syncreon started with wanting to be the best in the world now it's do it cheap and fast and quality is only an issue if it costs them money. I used to love it now it is hard just to get out of bed to go and do the best job you can when you know they just don't care ------SO SAD
I used to be proud to wear Syncreon clothes and tell people where I work now I am embarrassed to be part of this company
the people/ wages and benefits
Upper management, poor equipment, no vision except greed and who can we screw over next, the fact that no matter how hard you work that deep down youre not wanted
General Labourer (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 1 February 2017
Great people to work around, just the management needs lots of help, they aren't organized, supervisors sleep with temporary part time workers (students). And the human resources department doesn't help at all.
Contractor (Former Employee) – Vaughan, ON – 13 December 2016
The environment is stale and run like a dictatorship. Managers are not trusting of employees, thus employees cannot trust their managers. This does not make for a nurturing environment to promote professional development. All contract employees are treated as a commodity. This is not a company to work for if you are looking for professional advancement. The monetary compensation did not make up for the poor working environment.
Poor employee/employer relations, don't look out for their employees
Line driver (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 7 September 2016
not a good company to work for. You have employees that run to the supervisor to tell on other people like little kids in hopes of getting in the supervisors good books. To many people thinking that there tough and causing trouble for other employees just so they can talk about it to there fellow clink members on break or lunch.
Supervisors that deliberately try and get you fired because one of there favorites don't like you.
People , including supervisors, who condone talking viciously behind peoples backs destroying there morale, thinking it's cool.
Enjoyed my personal and proffessional growth in my job.
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 28 November 2015
Every day was a learning experience for me, wether I was Supervising or speaking with my co-workers. I found that communication is the key with my co-workers, and the people on the floor. I enjoyed the challenges of making our workplace a positive and safe place to be by listening to the employees and working along with the Company to give them the tools and knowledge to succeed in delivering the product to our Customer on time with the highest of quality. The Launch Project was at times challenging, however personally rewarding and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Production Line (Current Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 14 May 2015
Working in a fast pace environment . Working on the production line scanning and assembling parts. Always available to work all shifts for overtime. Co-workers are friendly and work together great in a team which makes my job more enjoyable.
environnement de travaille est devenu très insupportable par manque de gérance.
cariste (Current Employee) – Laval, QC – 20 December 2014
Je conduit mon chariot élévateur et je fournis mes collègues de travail pour qu'ils puissent réemballer les pièces dans des contenants en plastiques. Depuis quelques temps les employés sont laissées a eux même car la gérance de cette compagnie est inexistante. J'adore conduire mon lift. Les relations employés/employeurs.
warehouse associates (Current Employee) – Vaughan, ON – 25 October 2014
im very much happy with this job.very nice environment and very nice co-workers and big bosses.i like the work time too.from this job a learned a lot how to handle fast and accurate with the work you do.
Floating Position (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 24 October 2014
You get assigned to different areas(car parts) each day. You use a scanner, read the orders and then organize it the way it wants it. You have to be organize and accurate for the job. You work with a lot of people and you can converse with them since they are nice people. The hardest part of the job is when you lift heavy car parts. Anything else is fine. Time goes really fast since you keep scanning and organizing orders.
Spider/Problems Team Lead (Former Employee) – Vaughan, ON – 7 November 2013
I worked hard and thrived within my team. My team was strong and exceeded our duties and deadlines, but manager was not a fair and level headed person. Myself and a number of our team members were falsely terminated or quit due to unfair treatment with other employees. We are all in talks with labour board and/or lawyers. Despite of the manager I have still learned and improved on my customer service skills, organizational, and computer skills and also developed new and useful ways to problem solve and lead my team.
Fast pace work environment where you are allowed to do your job without somebody hanging over your head
Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 9 April 2013
My typical work day is to unload trailers, load them with empty skids, bins, or rucks, and to place the unloaded goods on their proper locations. With this type of job I learned to drive the tow-motor skillfully, to be better organizer, and to be good co-worker. Management is excellent. My co-workers are mainly dissent and hardworking people. The hardest part of my job is its repetitiveness. The most enjoyable part is when I have to organize the storage area to be able to accommodate an extra material delivered.