Representant des ventes (Current Employee) – Saguenay/Lac-Saint-Jean, QC – 13 April 2018
as est une tres belle entreprise, structuree, agreable avenante pour ses employes, tres fier d etre de cette equipe as a une excellente notoriete ds son secteur. toutefois l echelle salariale n y est pas. donc mon seul point negatif est le salaire ce dernier ne suis pas l experience et le travail de plus en plus exigent demandé. les nouvelles recrues sont embauchees a presqu aux meme confitions que les anciens! ceci amene certaines frustrations.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 18 March 2018
Incomplete training. In-store managers hates how you do the exact same way you were taught in training. Sometimes go to store without the proper planograms sent to your email. Expects shift to be finished in "4.5 hours" but it takes people 10 hours to do it, and they won't count the long hours in your paycheque! They will not pay for all your hours that you put in! They already know these are unrealistic deadlines, so they try to pay you half for them to save money.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 March 2018
Inadequate training. Absolutely no one knows what they are doing after. Didn't get trained to do many tasks. They only want 1 person to work a reline for the company, little do they know it tires the workers and takes them 10 hours or more to do a teamwork job. And if you work too long, you only get paid half the hours you worked that day.
Payroll still didn't pay me for the missing hours worked.
They say you can create your own schedule, at the last minute they take the shift off.
Work here only if you want to be used by the company and want to work free.
Business Development Manager (Current Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 24 July 2017
Opportunity to grow career and salary is limited due to current legacy costs etc. No formal training exists and managers are revolving so career chats are lost and the dialogue starts all over again. Good autonomy
District Manager (Former Employee) – n/s – 3 July 2017
This company is only worried about making a profit. They no longer care about their employees and expect more and more without pay compensation. There are DM's that falsify time and employee records to make themselves look good. When reported to HR it's swept under the rug. There is little room for advancement and if there is an opening it's usually given to men. Most of the male managers look at women as expendable.
Retail Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 8 April 2017
No weekend, night or holiday work. Monthly cycle, some longer months so you have more time. Some shorter months & have to rush through each store call. Most months you don't receive everything you need for what is happening.
Demonstrator (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 21 December 2015
A Typical day at work for me is I go to Walmart and set up my station and promoted what ever product is assigned to me to promoted I show coustmers why they should have a sample of what I am promoting and why they should take it home with them today
Event Specialist (Current Employee) – Lethbridge AB Canada – 5 May 2014
This job is the one I have had the longest. I first found it on Kijiji and then started working after a month or so of online training. I enjoy it because of the hours and because I get to learn new thing about different products. I have met some really great people because of the job and my manager is attentive, patient, and very understanding.
It has helped me come out of my shell a bit and I feel a little bit more comfortable talking to complete strangers.
Event Specialist (Former Employee) – Orillia, ON – 23 October 2013
work days were generally busy I learned about each and every product every day I worked management was great my coworkers well they were ok but could have done their jobs better the hardest part of the job is the lack of hours the most enjoyable part or the job was interacting with the customers.