Oven operator (Former Employee), Winnipeg, MB – July 23, 2015
Pros: good pay
Cons: Long unpredictable hours
the pay is accurate for the job but the hours expected for the job and the environment is uncomfortable at times learned about qulity controls and HACCP coworkers are good as well as the management hardest part are the 15-16 hour shifts
Line Operator (Current Employee), Brampton, ON – July 5, 2015
Really fun working over there. If sometimes any problem occurs in any line everybody helps each other to balance it. I have been acting as an active members but I am not satisfied with the pay which is paid to me.
Machine Operator (Former Employee), calgary, ab – May 11, 2015
Enjoyed my time with this employer. Typical day would be to operate baking machinery, completed daily set-up of bakery and put away all bakery trays. In charge of keeping your own workplace clean and sterile, including all of the equipment.
Excellent job for those who want to advance in the company.
Jr. Route Audit Clerk (Former Employee), Etobicoke, ON – October 31, 2014
Pros: ability to break up breaks i.e 15 min break divided into 2 or work through lunch and go home early.
Cons: distance, upper management's need to micro manage
Fast paced so day goes by quickly. Learned how to be a Jr. Route Audit Clerk. Management was quick to recognize skills and assets and reward me for them. Co-workers were professional, friendly, hardworking, – more... and helpful. Hardest part of the job was upper management's need to micro manage, and the distance to travel to work (4hrs/day). The most enjoyable part was the ability to adjust work hours by an hr or two, as long as 8 hrs were put in per day. Also the manager and my department were a pleasure to work with. Benefits package, and room for advancement in terms of salary and incentives was a huge motivator and a bonus. – less
Merchandiser/Cashier (Current Employee), Saint John, NB – October 17, 2014
Wait for delivery of product. Place product up and check all dates on other products on shelf. Mark down products if any to be marked down. I have a great boss and is willing to help if need be with special – more... mark downs. All members form a great team. Waiting for the arrival of delivery of products would be the hardiest because the time may vary. The customers are great and the store locations are ideal as they are in my district. – less
Maintenance (Former Employee), Cobourg, ON – May 18, 2014
Everyday at the factory was different, we would have different jobs everyday, especially for me knowing that I was a new employee, they wanted to test me what I was good at, so I would have a different – more... job everyday. I didn't really learn that much because of the fact that I knew pretty much everything when I started. My co-workers were very nice, very easy to work with. There wasn't really a hard part in the job, it was mostly very easy work. – less
General Labourer (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – March 6, 2013
Pros: free lunches
Cons: long hours
working in a production area is fun but safety procedures have to be a major priority as operating machines needs assistance from workers. keeping an eye on the surrounding area and making sure management is under control.