SMT Operator (Former Employee) – Don Mills and Eglinton – 8 March 2019
Friendly working environment, i enjoyed working there. The only problem is the salary and job security, most of the time you are working for agency and no benefits and start at minimum wage. The job is not hard and good if you are new in the industry and want to gain some experience.
Corporate Supply Chain Intern (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 15 January 2019
Celestica offers a very diverse workplace and a place to grow within the supply chain industry. After working here for nearly two years, I learned about the fundamentals of supply chain management. At times, some of the tasks seemed very tedious, but it's an excellent place to start out as an intern.
Great introduction to engineering work for interns!
Microelectronics Intern (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 December 2018
I worked as a MicroElectronics Intern in their cleanroom. Manager and co-workers were great! I learned many things about manufacturing techniques, wire bonding, die bonding, etc. The hardest part of the job was the patience, dexterity, and attention to detail required to work on the machines, but nonetheless, it was a rewarding experience.
Free lunches occasionally, great corporate team, great to work with customers, unique projects
tedious work at times, work became a little repetitive at times.
Worked mainly with a company that was purchased by Celestica. Celestica closed down shortly afterwards and moved the facility to another country. They were professional but no proper review can be given.
Associate Buyer (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 19 April 2018
A typical day in a buyer's role requires emailing, phone calls and attending meetings on a regular basis. Continuous communication with suppliers, internal team, and customer. No formal training about what the company does; only job shadowing and mentoring involved. Management needs to adopt newer ideas in terms of completing tasks rather than constantly escalating situations. Most importantly, interns are not taken seriously or valued. The most enjoyable part was going home. Overall, the company needs to re-evaluate their culture and how to treat their employees. A very negative environment that needs some serious change.
Great cafeteria and food, above average hourly pay, excellent place to learn about Supply Chain
Constant micromanagement, no sense of respecting employees, ideas aren't encouraged, interns are not taken seriously, lots of office politics, constant escalation
It is a great environment for new talents to start their carriers due to the great training programs and overal company expertise in business solution
Design Program Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 April 2018
Very professional work environment, on-going on-line training opportunities and personal development opportunities. Too much of a functional management driven organization, versus project driven or matrix structure therefore project development is slowed down at decision level points.
Professional, respectful work environment
Complexity of the processes and the level of bureaucracy is driving ineficiencies
Mechanical Assembler (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 21 March 2018
Its great working environment. we could celebrate our festivals in the company as we had no of same cultured colleagues They never put u under pressure. workers do keep homely environment to increase productivity on the floor. No racism everyone is treated as equal . New year Christmas grand celebration in the department. games and other curricular activity keep u stick to the department and after leaving the department everyone misses the working environment.
Cisco Systems Prototype Team Leader (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 March 2018
A great employer that treats all employees, despite their role as equals. Working at Celestica is something that you want to do. The workplace culture is positive and there was always help to complete tasks if needed. They provide the education to advance and the opportunity to move forward if you desire