Aspect Retail Logistics
Happiness score is 49 out of 100
2.8 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
  • Headquarters
  • Link
    Aspect Retail Logistics website
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Salary estimated from 73 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 72 reviews and is evolving.



Machine Operator in Pickering, ON
on 31 August 2022
Money is good but at what cost
Company is very disorganized at the management level. HR department is a joke. They treat their staff like robots. Seniority staff can literally do whatever they want, whenever they want, without repercussions.
Case Picker in 1400 church st s
on 27 October 2022
A typical day at work consists of building up to two 7-8f pallets per order. You can get orders that only consist of heavy liquid boxes, dog food, rice bags, etc . Imagine getting these orders the whole day, then repeating the same thing the next day while having the pressure of achieving prod. On top of that, you can get mandated an extra day per week. Expect your whole body, especially your shoulders and legs to be sore every day if you are not that fit. You have to keep your head down and power through to finish your shift. Some people here are so dedicated to hitting incentives that it causes you to be so anxious because they are so unsafe as they zoom past you and the reach trucks. You have to break the rules to make prod, yet they emphasize such things during your training. The workers are great, but some of them are so miserable that you know that you can never as them a question or for help or they'll just give you attitude or a stupid answer, and then your whole day is ruined. Half the center-riders and talk-mans are not well maintained. The pay is good when compared to other warehouse jobs, but then you realize how overworked you are. You get two 24 minute breaks that are paid, but your prod continues to drop. It also takes 2-5 minutes to walk to the room so your only left with approximately a 15 minute break. Turn over is crazy, I see so many new faces every week. There is so much more to complain about yet so little to enjoy. If you are desperate for a job and FIT, then consider.
Case Picker in Pickering, ON
on 20 August 2022
The job sucks
The pay is actually garbage once the realization of how overworked you actually are hits you. And you’ll know when that happens. In the beginning its light work, you can actually work at a manageably pace. Thats up until around 75-85% productivity. After that everything is downhill. Your productivity is always going down, even on break when you're suppose to get a time block. Your breaks are actually 2 separate 15 minute breaks disguised as 24 minute breaks. They offer a weekly picking incentive where they pay you a dollar more for every 5% you pick over the expectation or something like that. It sounds great at first but once you realize you're being exploited into overworking yourself for a few more dollars, its an absolute joke. The pay doesnt match the job and the job shouldnt be as hard and stressful as it is. The $1000 bonus sucks. Heres the breakdown;Every 4 weeks for 12 weeks, you receive $200 of the 1k for meeting the production expectation. The last 400 is given to you IF you get hired on by the company. If youre an agency worker that gets hired on, you will go from weekly pay to bi weekly pay. There is no work/life balance. Dont destroy your body and mental health to increase the profits of people and a company that doesnt value you. This job should pay at minimum what they offer for overtime.Get your money and leave. By the way, theyre willing to suspend you after multiple corrective actions for not meeting the expected productivity. Funny, no?
Case Picker in Pickering, ON
on 30 July 2022
Good environment. Not to pressuring
You will find friendly people. It also a respectable place. It’s very fast-paced. You will have to have a good work ethic and a worker bee mentality in order to keep up
Case Picker in Pickering, ON
on 30 July 2022
Fast, constant lifitng
fast paced, the hardest part of the job is probably the training week (training staff is good, just depends who trains you) then you get used to how everything operates. Everyday after training is basically the same as casepicker. Not hard just constant lifting.

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