Stoclman 3 (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 19 May 2013
Working in a food/giftshop warehouse have products that are date and temp sensitive. Lifting up to lbs,movint product with forklifts,reach trucks power jacks.Loading and un loading trucks. Gift Shop reiceving from when the product enters the warehouse to bing shipped to the vessels.See resume. I am willing to re-locate for the right job.
Ticket Agent (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 17 April 2018
You sign your life away and when things go south you have no support from the union or management. I didn’t find that they respected the customers as employees would speak horribly of those that came through and didn’t “behave”. Really think about it before applying
Ticket Agent (Current Employee) – West Vancouver, BC – 12 February 2018
Once you become a casual, your social life will go out the window. There are a lot of pros and cons but the only pros I can think of are the benefits and good pay. Have worked there for a few years and have seen hundreds of employees come and go. My advice to the company is get rid of on-call and give the employees a schedule.
decent pay, benefits
can work you two weeks straight, schedule is never consistent, company doesn't care if you are exhausted from working so much, poor management, lots of micro managing