General Labourer (Former Employee) – Delta, BC – 3 November 2018
Worked at one company Apple one had sent me too and stayed there for 2 years with no clear indication that the company would ever hire me on full time. Lots of work, easy to move from one place to the next.
Very fun and encouraging environment with great variety
Inventory Analyst / Administrative Support (Former Employee) – Delta, BC – 6 December 2018
The varied positions allowed a person to develop all sorts of personal and professional skills that contributed to their growth in any industry. Many of the skills learned there I continue to use today.
Filing and data entry (Former Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 25 September 2018
Good learnt a lot worked as a intern so I only worked 4 months. just learn human resources handling under the human resources manager. worked on various spreadsheets theer and also interacted with employees of different sections in that company to get an overview of what they all do there. the staff wa very friendly.
Customer Service Representative (CSR) (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 22 August 2018
My only advice to anyone who signs up with AppleOne is don’t. My recruiter who placed me didn’t even tell me that the current job I am in now is a long term contract that could take 1-5 years to get full time. If I was probably informed I wouldn’t have taken the job and leave a permanent position I was in. Just be very careful and ask lots of questions before you sign your life away.
General Labourer (Current Employee) – Richmond Hill, ON – 25 June 2018
You go in and do paperwork and safety tests if it's labour jobs and if it's office you do office work tests and a whmis test for both labour or office work. Once that's done they find you something to match your skill set. It was good but now it's seems there is no work.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 1 March 2018
The recruiter lied to me and 3 other employees about the position itself, the pay rate, and the duration of the contract. We thought it would be temporary, it was an ongoing type of contract. The position we applied for had nothing to do with the one we found out we were hired for later on. The pay rate was also different, lower than what we were told. And the recruiters we dealt with were always threatening us when we were complaining about the wrong info they told us. When we complained about it, we actually got fired straight up. It took them a month to pay us what they had to. And just as long to provide us with the R.O.E. Worst agency ever I worked with. Do not go there. They will charm you with their lies, and you'll get trapped. And the only way out is to get fired.
The recruiters lie about very important things such as pay rate, type of contract, position
Customer (Former Employee) – Yonge st – 24 February 2018
they won't help you to find a job at all. You have to give them a lot of unnecessary information, also they have a paper about bank account information to fill.!!!!!!!!! It was just a waste of time for me
Machine Operator / Assembler (Former Employee) – Barrie, ON – 15 November 2017
Temporary Agencies are more or less for people that just want something to do on a temporary basis but they don't work for the person requiring full time employment. They are just looking to fill their pockets not to actually help folks find full time jobs.