Cardholder Care Agent (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 3 May 2016
all you need to know is to not pursue unless 3 shifts a week is enough for you, otherwise many other factors come into play to challenge your experience in continuing to be positive. promotion is seniority-based, as is signing up for extra shifts, and favoritism or those with seniority give shifts to those they like instead of a fair an equal opportunity for all interested. if that suits you, it is a 24/7 environment and you may work late or overnight to start, and be assigned extra shifts on your days off if nobody else opts in for them. the benefits are great and the company as a whole is worth being a part of, and your character matters more than your skills as skills can be developed.
benefits and wage
part-time hours, seniority-based extra shifts and opportunities, unpredictable shifts
Seat belt tester (Former Employee) – Vancouver – 25 September 2013
Not meritocratic Management was political-take action that arouses the least amount of headache Pay was very poor, substandard for the industry Abuse from senior workers was tolerated Advancement was political Worklife balance was non-existent
Accounts Payable Specialist (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 11 July 2013
A typical day at work is processing invoices and employee expenses. Answering queries to vendors and employees re. payment status and other vendor related concerns. I developed myself to be a real team player on this job. To help each other to meet deadlines. I also improved my customer service skills. My co-workers would like to enjoy the sunshine by the seawall if the weather is really nice. My company supports healthy life style so you would see a lot of people running during their lunch breaks. The hardest part of the job is the challenge to meet your deadlines during high volume and short staff. With I developed my time managing skills.
Excellent office culture, relationships, and opportunities
Application Developer (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 17 June 2013
Although there was some upheaval in the projects, the staff and managers are well aware of their options, and press forward without undue pressure. An excellent environment, providing opportunities for growth, training, and experience. I have never met co-workers that placed so much fun and humor in their work; yet provided excellent I.T. support.
some difficulties with staff getting the computer hardware and accounts set up for new hires.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 28 May 2012
I liked working here, but they were barely scheduling me which ended up making me quiting because of the less hours. The co workers were amazingly friendly and helpful. Hardest part of the job is having nothing to do at times. Most enjoyable part is when your able to help customers out. I learned that I'm really good at talking to people and this helped me overcome my fear of public speaking. Management was alright, but could be much better!