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Productive and fun place to work
Material Handler (Former Employee) –  Toronto22 January 2013
I review parts inventory, place order pickup parts and deliver to production line.

I learned a lot of new things e.g. the baan system.

Management for the most part was pretty okay.

my co-workers were all awesome.

the hardest part of the job was operating the pump truck so heavy.

working in diffrent departments.
Pros
christmas party
Cons
low wages
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General labour (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON30 October 2012
I there.

Working under presore,all way bee done my job on time,freindly,opening minde and team player.
Pros
taking when my jobe is done
Cons
40-44 hours a week
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Productive atmosphere
Coordinator - Operator (Current Employee) –  Montréal, QC26 September 2012
Tyco security integrated is a very good company. Thus, it is the best school. It thought me true discipline and mostly how to work well in a group. We're all on an equal scale since we're unionized. It is truly a philanthropic environment. The managers are always there to help and we have constant training to perfect our skills. It makes you grow as a person and teaches you authentic respect.
Pros
excellent workplace, feels like a big family.
Cons
24h central - the hours of operation are very difficult.
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Great place to learn and nice people to work with
Test Engineer - Design of Test Equipment (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON16 August 2012
Typical day: mechanical and electronic design of test fixtures;
drawing scheatics in Orcad or Protel;
troubleshooting electronic/programming problems with production equipment;
writing software using Labview or C or Assembly language programming;
writing programs to communicate with GPIB or Serial instruments such as Power supplies, Digital multimeters;
Programming cameras to inspect production products;
Testing software for various alarm products;
Designing tests for cameras, card access controllers, wireless devices, keypads and other security alarm products.
Preparing technical documentation such as test and calibration procedures.
Pros
gifts for perfect safety records
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Enjoyed the technical aspect
Fibre Optics Test Technician (Former Employee) –  Carleton Place, ON1 August 2012
Was not managed very well. Saw things going on that I found very disturbing
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Installation/Service Team Manager (Former Employee) –  Mississauga, ON29 July 2012
ADT was a stepping stone in my career. I learned and grew in my professional and personal life.
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This is a fun place place to work with. To relieve stress you can go out to the dinning room and have a game of table tennis.
Employee (Former Employee) –  Edmonton, AB25 June 2012
A typical work day is full of challenges. There are constant changes that you need to deal with. i have learned that although lots of emphasis is put into core values it is not being practiced over here. They don't practice what they preach. The management is micro managed and it takes more than a month to hire or replace employees. The co-workers are great and they always work as a team to help the company progress. The hardest part of the job was no matter how well one preformed the management was never satisfied with it. Everything was always taken negatively instead of positive outlook. The most enjoyable part of the job was stand up meeting where the manager explained the upcoming events.
Pros
social club do their best to keep everyone involved
Cons
long working hours with no appreciation
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