Stockless Coordinator (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 15 June 2019
I loved my job here so much. Unfortunately because I loved it and worked hard each day a certain group of co-workers harrassed me daily for it. Scary, unsafe practices with walkies. Group bullying, intimidation. Messing with my orders and personal items on my walkie. Management couldn't help me as they couldn't catch them. Really to bad as it would have been a place I could of retired from. If you can keep your head down avoid their peering eyes and gossip, this is a great place to work.
Company really cares! Giveaways, lunches, fun activities.
Stock Coordinator (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 14 June 2019
So much improvement needs to be done. First off management: terrible. Pay: Meh $17 isn't worth enough especially the work you are doing. They make promises about your growth to move and yet they were lacking on them. I've worked here for almost 2 years and they treated me like garbage. I wouldn't recommend anyone to work here. Period.
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Gananoque, ON – 22 January 2019
Great group to work with but management likes to take forever to answer any questions. Like to hire temporary workers and work them like full time people but give them no recognition even though you work just as hard as the full timers do
Customer Order Management (Current Employee) – Vaughan, ON – 29 October 2018
Senior Management do not change with the times. They are not proactive to coming mergers of purchasing groups and are reactive to increasing competition. Being an American Company, working in the Canadian branch is a systems nightmare. Utilize an ancient JDE system to manage day to day operations, with no change in sight. The Canadian Branch looks to be bleeding out and people are leaving on a weekly basis. The future looks bleak at Cardinal Health Canada
Warehouse Associate II (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – 8 September 2018
A good place to gain Warehouse experience and training. Standard Day/Night work days. I in-depth Forklift training. You can acquire many technical skills. Management needs improvement. Work culture can be challenging. Hardest part of the job is get the ability to move to different departments. Going home is the best.
Unsafe work place with poor training and a rude staff. They care more about their stupidly high quotas then the happiness of their employees. Constantly bothering the employees with problems that are often caused by their awful inventory system.
Customer Care / Stock Coordinator (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 23 August 2018
If you just want to spend 8 hours and go home with money that covers some of your bills and expenses then this is the place to work. But I find it not fun all, very few chance of advancement and a management that is hard to understand.
Stock Coordinator (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 5 December 2017
I used to work night shift there, which explains my low score on work/life balance. It was mediocre. A couple of the managers there were a little bit too interested in micromanaging. The picking system is severely flawed because one pick location counts as one pick, no matter how many items you have to pick from that location. They're timing your picks and they take issue with you taking too long, never mind that you had to pick 70 or 80 cases from a single location. But it's 1 pick so they expect it to be picked within a minute or two. The place is extremely dusty and dirty too for a medical warehouse. I ended up with staph infection in my ear piercing due to all of the dust.
Stock Coordinator (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 7 November 2017
Company culture was based upon upward mobility and training programs. Often times being transferred inter-departmentally didn't allow for smooth operations. Management silo'd from employees- Lack of feedback.