Chauffeur classe 1, superviseur (Former Employee) – Saint-Laurent, QC – 6 December 2017
Très bonne environnement de travail, a l'écoute ,humain,respectueux, arrivé a 5hrs le matin , prendre un café avec mes chauffeurs hors-ville, attendre la deuxième arriver chauffeur de ville , redistribuer les clients ou les envoyés transport, pour que le plancher sois clair de toute livraison, et me préparer s dispatcher les routes pm, répondre au téléphone résoudre des problèmes de livraison etc etc . j'ai appris comment gérer du personnel, et leur rendre la vie le mieux possible pour avoir le rendement en retour ( très exigeant ) les faire sentir important pour la compagnie, ( chaque employée est différent )l'approche n'est pas la même pour chaque personne. le plus difficile , répondre au téléphone ( environ 250 par jour ) tout sauf les téléphones, moins sa serai pas mal mieux
déjeuner payer, bonus, compte de dépense super avantage sociaux
A day at Unisource was relatively different, Monday to Friday. I would source products, create margins for profitability, meet with clients, Ship merchandise from $300.00 to $25,000. Built relationships with many different manufacturers and Courier companies. I also did back end work with creating codes and using multiple systems to have dimensions and pricing loaded in the computer. Very fast paced and demanding. I enjoyed it
Distribution Assistant/Receptionist (Former Employee) – Delta, BC – 19 March 2014
Prepare drivers manifest for delivery, assist dispatcher and greet couriers. Learn the ins and outs of a delivery service. worked in a small office everyone worked well together, which made for easy transaction throughout the day. Management was very supportive in all aspects. Most enjoyable was the relaxed environment and the ability to communicate with staff and drivers.
Called on all past due accounts, post cash daily to customer accounts, reconcile accounts when required, work closely with manager,work with the different department to resolved problems.assist on other duties when it is required.
fast pace lots of deadlines immediate supervisors are understanding operations manager uses bulling tactics
Forklift Operator / Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 27 November 2012
fast pace day goes fast management targets people overall supervisers are good but have there own job to do even if they dont like it generally the co works are a good bunch of people to get along with managment has their select few who are untouchable
Credit Adjustment Co-ordinator (Former Employee) – Richmond Hill, On – 23 August 2012
* A typical work day include retrieving documents form third party website, requesting inventory balance, posting credits to national customer account. * Learned to work in fast-past environment, repetitive task * Good management to work with. * Best co-workers to work with, good interactions with all * The most hardest part of the job awaiting response from middle management * What I like most about the job is the volume of processing; accomplishing results to benefit both management and clients.