Project Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 May 2017
The company has a long tradition and great products but due to its transitional management it is not very stable and organized place to work. Additional training for employees in many devisions is highly necessary.
Quality Control (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 18 November 2016
Weston's is a great working environment. The Company has supported and challenged me to reach for my goals. Working at Weston has provided me with a number of different abilities and skill so that I can be successful for the future.
Electrician (Former Employee) – Kitchener-Waterloo, ON – 4 October 2016
I took a maintenance job at Weston's in Kitchener. It was a terrible place to work. Electrically unsafe building. They had me greasing chains...... in 3 months I did one day of electrical work. Awful wages also. I had an awesome apprentice! That's about the only positive thing.
Managing Director (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 August 2016
This company only cares about their management team, the people who really makes a difference gets no recognition. Pays little, lots of work, sometimes doing two and three people jobs. This is the worst place I have ever worked. Do your self a favour and keep looking.
Gets baked goods to eat
Do not treat their employees fair at all, wages suck.
General Labourer (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 January 2016
its a very demanding job lots of standing the co-workers are really nice i get to talk to them everyday and the supervisor are nice people as well i enjoy working there but the pay is too little and i don't get many hours
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Ontario – 14 December 2014
This company has been around for a long time and they do things to old way still. Upper managment do not treat supervisors with respect, and can not provide a steady work schedule. Start times are all over the place and it is very very hard to have a family life outside of this company ! Employees on the production floor are ok to work with but it is very hard dealing with ongoing mechanical problems that make the production supervisor duites difficult.
Facility Supervisor (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 28 April 2013
Responsible for PM programs by complying with approved plans and procedures Conduct continuous liaison with suppliers and contractors on specific work orders Create CM’s, PM’s and PO’s by utilizing CMM system Perform corrective and preventive maintenance inspections