Inside Sales Representative/Parts Counter (Former Employee), Mississauga, ON – August 5, 2015
Pros: over time + salary
During my time at Wesco I noticed typical growing pains that a large company opening a new branch would experience. I feel that thrusting employees that didn't necessarily have the aptitude for management roles into positions they weren't comfortable in caused a delay in achieving the company's true capabilities early on.
When you have some kid who is high on his ego running the place, doesn't respect anyone who isn't making more than he is, there is no respect.
Don't expect to advance to another role unless someone leaves.
Fortune 500 company that doesn't know how to treat their employees well. Other companies have things like free lunch on Friday or 50% off that the company covers, but not this company. They are too cheap for that.
Also, they don't do really care about the community. No community involvement, they love to keep every penny.
Accounting / Purchaser (Current Employee), Regina, SK – May 1, 2014
Typical day at work consists of:
Doing all the accounting, paying payables, doing the nightly cash out, making purchase orders or sales staff, doing inventory, tracking down product that was purchased, helping customer with billing problems