Post Canada Contractor (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 13 April 2018
As a contractor, the work schedule is very flexible. This is a good and bad thing, as when you are working you have more time for yourself, however may not have a job for the day and will not be paid in full.
The other employees are hard workers and get along well with each other. Management is direct and straight to the point, however does not offer a lot of positive or negative customer feedback throughout the work season. There is no going back and getting additional training.
During winter times, the work load can seem immense due to the weather conditions. As well as, that you are put on different routes every other day or week, so adaptability is definitely required.
Flexible Schedule, Relative pay if work is done quickly, Friendly Environment
Outside work, continuous standing, different route every day
Professional recruitment services as staffing agency
General Labourer (Former Employee) – Richmond Hill, ON – 15 June 2017
A Staffing Agency providing solutions for employers and job seekers. understanding their clients’ specific needs and listening carefully to their candidates, to get to know what we’re looking for and what we do best.
Fire Alarm Inspector (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 13 June 2017
Adecco is a fun and relaxing temp agency that will supply you with the work that you need and want. Hours are good and are on your time and the people you have to deal with to get work are friendly to talk to.
General Labor Worker (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 May 2017
Adecco is good for temp work. I found it hard to always find work and positions within the company and it wasnt as flexable as they advertised. It was either you're free Monday-Friday or you don't have work.
General Labourer (Former Employee) – Trenton, ON – 13 May 2017
I left a really good job because they said they had a position opening up in my area... How could I be so stupid.. I didn't received any phone calls from them, and when I did it was random work... They post jobs that "might be available"... Meaning these are not really jobs, but more like bait. I found my own job, called and left..... I will never go through a temp agency ever again!
Call Centre Supervisor (Current Employee) – Saint John, NB – 12 May 2017
Worked a temp role with Adecco, and they were not productive for me, always offering job availability, but each time I had to reapply through their website, so no personal interaction, and no follow-up on how I performed role they had me work.
Temp worker (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 10 May 2017
...with unreliable employment.
Towards the end of my time with them I was starting to get more calls but a full-time permanent job was still obviously preferable. My work with them was too sporadic in my opinion and I didn't feel like priority for placing.
new experiences and the opportunity to network in different offices
In a typical day in my last position i fulfilled management tasks of opening and closing the facility.i also provided strong customer service and resolved customer issues.It make me more skilled in various jobs.i worked without supervision at times,I really enjoy the work.
Flexible team who is dedicated to placement of applicants
CUSTOMER SERVICE REP (Former Employee) – 401 Bay St #2810, Toronto, ON M5H 2Y4 – 2 May 2017
From my experience Adecco is an employment agency, but those responsible for placing applicants are dedicated and thorough. They do their best in finding the best fit (employer) based on your qualifications and desires.
Office Assistant/Records Management (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 30 April 2017
Adecco found me work and assignments but, for the most part, the dynamic ended there. It appeared to me that I was being matched based on the series of tests I completed as a part of the hiring process rather than taking the time to know me as a person. Communication is courteous and professional - never personable. Overall pay rate is below-par.