Atlas Graham Furgale Careers and Employment
- IndustryHealth Care Products Manufacturing
IT Network Administrator in 1725 Sargent Ave, Winnipeg
on 16 April 2020
Productive and balanced work cultureLearned about quality,accuracy of work and ability to meet established goals and deadlines. Improved my problem-solving and Collaboration skills and teamwork.
Production Supervisor in Winnipeg, MB
on 22 December 2020
Very nice employees.This was by far one of the worst places I’ve worked. The employees are very nice sadly have no clue what management truly feels about them. Management is clueless and changes things on the fly. The only goal is to save money at all costs. Wanting extremely aged machines to run faster. Maintenance try’s to keep up as best they can. It is 100% a boys club if you look at them funny. You’re out. Waste of time to apply there. Production Manager thought it would be fun to bring in a registered offender for an interview knowing full well a criminal background check is required for employment. He thought it was funny.
Warehouse Supervisor in Mississauga, ON
on 25 August 2020
HorribleThere is definitely racism here. CEO is a piece of work and this company is run from Winnipeg so you already know. He treats ppl like garbage and has 0 respect for employees. You have to pay for benefits and LTD and you must contribute to the RRSP program after 1 year of work. Full time here is a joke.
Maintenance Technician in Winnipeg, MB
on 15 January 2020
Not a great place to workAs a former employee in maintenance, there really isn't much room for any kind of advancement. I worked directly under a tyrant of a maintenance manager who often acted irrationally to situations. At the Higgins location they used sewing machines that have been modified and not being used for it's original purpose to sew mop heads, so break downs are frequent and frustrating. Company also cuts wherever they can save a nickel, for example they fired the custodian at higgins, which meant most of his duties got passed on to me as maintenance tech (which included cleaning needles along higgins). Company treats employees like slaves. I remembered the plant manager calling a meeting one morning about the floor workers going to the bathroom while working and saying "this is what breaks are for". Many employees being foriegn, new Canadians and elderly complied willingly probably due to fear of getting fired, which also means they skimp out on lots of safety measures. Such having them work over hazardous chemical fumes, without proper shielding or an exhaust fan. The best part of the job was going home, everyone literally runs to the punch out in excitement. There is actually a cast of great employees, especially on the floor and at the Sargent location. But anyways if you want that soviet era sweatshop feel, this is definitely the place for you. Otherwise don't work here, especially at the Higgins location.
CSR - Customer Service Representative in Winnipeg, MB
on 4 January 2020
Terrible Culture, poor employee treatmentAvoid working here, waste of time and intelligence. They do not value ppl,esp women. High employee turnover. Old boys club. Surprised the company is still solvent.
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