Material Handler/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Guelph, ON – 12 October 2018
decent place to work the people are amazing anyone on the production floor is generally easy going and wants to help you. however management is probably the most redundant term used in this place aside from the production manager. if this is something to tide you over than its a decent job , definetly not a place you want to stay once you prove yourself to management you become a yes man so if you feel like ripping you hair out this is the right place for you!
Millwright (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 March 2019
Good atmosphere, people are encouraging and helpful I was given too much responsibilities for anmechanic and that was a very unresonable for Millwright,need to mechanical and electrical trade but pay less than other company in one trade,don't want to be fooled again.
Accountant (Current Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 22 June 2018
Stay away from 17th century company. Accounting system is horible. There are more than 20 systems and funny thing is they don’t talk each other. It is a manual company that’s why there are too many, most of the incompetent, staff. Too many problem due inefficient system.
Assembler (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 10 May 2018
My coworkers were great to work with on the whole. I found there was a huge lack of training when it came to computer work or figuring out which jobs to do. I worked in assembly in the Windsor location where we folded boxes and glued parts, there was no rotation of jobs during the day. Everyone complained of their wrists and hands hurting them after two full days of folding boxes.
Great coworkers and good hours
No job rotation through the day to prevent repetitive injuries
Pre-sorter (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 9 May 2018
A workday would consist of punching in and going to your station to be disciplined aggressively on either who is coming or that we aren't doing enough followed by breaks and a lunch (latter part not in that order). I learnt here how to sort recyclables from trash while the conveyor belt is moving at ten miles per hour. Management seemed to have a 'God-Complex' and they viewed the employees as expendable. They loved to remind us of this. Obviously, the workplace culture wasn't a utopia for me. I found it to be rather one-sided. The hardest part of this job was having to go through this mental anguish especially when it became directed. The most enjoyable part of this job was making it a memory.
Maintenance Mechanic (Current Employee) – Vaughan, ON – 31 March 2018
I have progressive expertise in emergency repairing, preventive and corrective maintenance, hydraulic and pneumatic systems installation, automation of production systems, consulting with internal cross-functional units for definition and design of product requirements.
Production (Former Employee) – Drummondville, QC – 18 March 2018
J'ai fais les 2 compagnies a drummond... Chez multi-pro ma première journée un employé m'a plaqué pour ensuite me reproché d'être sur son passage... Chez inopak c des horaires de 12 heures, le personnel administratif est incompétent, la job est ennuyeuse, le responsable des ressources humaines est arrogant et j'aurais pu mettre 2 🌟 s'il avait un bon salaire mais non!!
TECHNICIENNE PAIE ET RESSOURCES HUMAINES (Former Employee) – Kingsey Falls, QC – 14 November 2016
J'ai aimé mes 17 années chez Cascades. Il est par contre difficile d'y consolider travail et famille dû aux nombreuses heures demandées. À cet époque c'était un problème pour moi puisque j'avais de jeunes enfants. Beaucoup de possibilités d'avancement.
Bel endroit pour travailler
Exigeant au niveau des disponibilités, des délais pour gérer les imprévus (versus obligations familiales).