Designer (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 22 September 2018
Nice co-workers. Promotion through tenure, not talent and there are zero advancements at this company. you will always be at the position your were when you started. ‘Boys club’ practices Do not listen or entertain any change from lower staff members. Pay raises are based on inflation so people don’t go the extra mile because it’s not recognized. It’s a job not a career
maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 12 October 2018
No enough space to sit in the cafeteria, like other places here more desis but still raci...lots Srilankan, phelipino and guju Canadian. Lucky if you can keep your job in summer. POOR HVAC. don't leave your other job to come here. Come here if no job.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 May 2018
Array is the premier provider of in-store marketing services for the world’s leading retailers and brand manufacturers. We start with exceptional strategy and design. Then, using a variety of materials, our skilled engineers and production staff apply the latest manufacturing technologies and techniques. The results are displays & fixtures that win top industry awards and praise from brand marketers and retailers worldwide.
QUALITY ENGINEER (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 April 2018
Its been wonderful to be a part of the company . - Great Work Culture , you are in charge of what you are doing and feel appreciated - Feels awesome to work with a talented team - You get ample opportunity to enhance your skills as you work
Good place to gain experience but difficult to move up the ladder
Accounts Payable Associate (Current Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 16 January 2018
Manufacturing environment oriented business. The office culture is not bad as people are friendly for the most part. The workload is high for everyone including project managers and finance but the compensation is decent for the short run. Overall a decent place to gain experience and learn career building skills.
Salary, Company lunches, Close to fitness clubs
Too much workload, difficult to move up the ladder
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 8 December 2017
Long, and strenuous labour. I learned very little but this is a physical labour job. The people I worked with in my group were very kind and understanding. It was quick to learn about things as they were very easy.
CNC Operator (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 27 July 2017
array is a fairly good company to work for. with various departments there is always room for advancement. the staff and management is pretty good. in a company that has many different backgrounds of people working there many or most people are able to co operate and work together.
Silk Screen Printer (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 13 June 2017
A Manufacturing company same repetitive work in my department but you will learn how to adopt and apply your Health and Safety training and education through the whole plant.The management give what the workers deserve.The right to refuse unsafe work and benefits that they need .It provide a health and safety environment by upgrading,renovating and improving the facilities.Provide the employee and workers with all the benefit and training that they needed.
Payroll Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 15 March 2017
great environment, and nice people working on interesting challenges. Great exposure to a range of corporate contexts. Develops you really quickly via an apprenticeship model The challenges Work life balance can be difficult. The work is increasingly more operational and less strategic.
CNC Machinist (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 22 June 2015
People here are nice to work with. The management in my department were really friendly and gave opportunity to learn and shared their experience with us employees. There is little room for growth. Salary is not that great either, but job security, and good work-life balance is more important to me at least.
Operator (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 5 June 2015
Is not a a enjoyable place for sure, mostly part of the administrative people who works in Array speaks Hindu, including leaders coordinators. the hardest part of the job is deal with people who doesn't speak english. also you get laid off almost all the time
CNC Operator (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 May 2015
it is really very good company. Management support a lot for employees.Co-workers are very nice and supportive. They taught in very good manner to new employees.We have sufficient break time which help us to work more energetic.
Results-driven professional focussed in the areas of marketing and communication
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 28 April 2015
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; expert at fostering solid and professional relationships with customers, colleagues, and executive - Leads teams of designers, estimators, model makes, purchasing officers and production coordinators to ensure project is executed successfully from start to finish - Exceptional problem-solving, customer service, and business development skills while working with high performance teams
Strategic Planner (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 23 January 2015
Working at array was adventurous - but without understating the overall experience; working at Array was very challenging overall. Especially my role in the company was filled with short deadlines and strategic analysis to the next level. The department I managed was prototyping department; experienced with rush calls from the clients, project management team, and the production team alike. The projects varied in scale, but the volume of projects in progress always remained enormous. During summer of 2014, I managed about 150 projects at one stage. With all this hard work and 80 hrs a week on average; I was able to learn very important skills such as time management, team leadership, strategic management, MS Excel, tracking, inventory, project management, to name a few. My immediate management was very supportive and always kept us going, while the executive team lacked their involvement in dynamic leadership and feedback at lower levels of hierarchy.