Document Controller (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – June 15, 2013
• Skilled in all aspects of recording transactions, posting cash receipts, reconciling accounts, and ensuring accuracy and completeness of data. • Managed Accounts Receivable, monthly statements for clients, monthly reconciliation of sub ledger / general ledger, prepared bank deposits and cash receipts, monthly reporting to finance manager. • Reconciled – more... various G/L accounts, G/L entries, month end process. – less
Sold out to the Americans and then sold off potential future money making key assets.... Sad!
Technician (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – May 15, 2014
Pros: given creative freedom to achieve the required work result.
Cons: peers trying to take over your projects because of their lack of capabilities and competence
I was given the creative freedom to achieve what was required while working Top Drives, Casing Running and Casing Drilling Downhole Tools. Travelling abroad with Tesco was great and well organized. The sad part is having peers who their only mission is to get a bonus at the end of the year at all costs. When you are the one working for it and they do – more... nothing then openly tell you that several times to your face... – less
Overall good company, hard to keep managment, and office staff, everyone always changing position, quitting or getting fired.
Tonghand (Former Employee), Red Deer, AB – April 12, 2014
Lackinging certain characteristics as a company, to big of a corporation attitude for what should be looked after as a small bussiness attitude, wheres as the employees are treatded more important, after all it really is the hands that make a Tong company.
Good place to work, if your not stuck in the shop.
CDS Operator (Former Employee), Red Deer, AB – May 6, 2013
Pros: good benefit package. good crew.
Cons: poor management
Tesco was a good company. Great if you are out in the field, not so good if you are stuck in the shop. Management isn't so great...bit of a bully, and very hipocritical !! Loved working in the field with the guys, great crew!!
Technical Writer (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – March 27, 2013
Cons: long hours
At Tesco for 6 years, working for 4 years in Accounts Payable and then was given an opportunity to move to another position as a Technical Writer. I learned to use Framemaker, Illustrator, Photoshop, as well as learning Sharepoint 2010, on my own. The hardest part of my job as a Technical Writer was the self learning I had to do, however I enjoyed that – more... at the same time because I love to learn and research, given the time. I was the volunteer coordinator for Meals on Wheels with Tesco, handling the scheduling and paperwork for Tesco's corporate responsibility of volunteering. – less
teamleader (Current Employee), pembroke dock south wales – February 18, 2013
Pros: shares in company
Cons: no overtime
2 a.m. start review what is on production planner for that day.begin production approx 3hours.we all work as part of a team,there are 9 of us all together .the hardest part of the job is long hours and the early starts.
Customer Assistant (Current Employee), Aberdeen, SK – December 2, 2012
Cons: can be bit repetitive at times
It is a good place to work as it allows for flexible working hours for students and encourages interaction with other co - workers aswell as customers where you learn about all new different cultures and personalities that can be put together.
Cost Analyst (Former Employee), Calgary – November 19, 2012
Busy typical day at work. Learnt about manufacturing and Great Plains software. Good management and fun place with co-workers. The hardest part of the job was year end inventory, staying long hours but at the same time the most enjoyable part of the job and created more sense of team spirit within co-workers.
Rich Content Induction (RCI) (Current Employee), NEW YORK , NY – December 23, 2014
A key business challenge for Tesco is inducting products onto the website in a timely and accurate manner. Part of the underlying issue with the product induction process is its complicated nature and many touch points. Business teams are expected to operate in many systems to induct products and resolve issues. For the purpose of the Pilot, Tesco had – more... come up with a plan for implementing the Rich Content Induction Process in IBM BPM V8.0.1. Instead of using coaches provided by BPM, we have come up with out of the box/Custom UI using nUI technology. The integration of nUI and BPM was through REST API’s. The RCI flow consists of many stages like Buyer Initiating the RCI process, Supplier providing necessary product date along with Sample/Image, MPC (Media Publishing Center) and CP (Content Provider) enriching the data for the product to be made available on Tesco Website on planned Launch Date. – less