Centennial Foodservice
Happiness score is 52 out of 100
3.4 out of 5 stars.
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    Restaurants & Food Service
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Richmond, BC

6 jobs


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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 40 reviews and is evolving.



Truck Driver in Edmonton, AB
on 8 September 2022
Honest Company
This company is a decent place to work. They don't pay you as much as you could elsewhere but the trade off is that once you're off the clock, you're off and aren't expected of anything else. Decent sized break room with free coffee. Drivers are expected to manage themselves with respect to time and locations of their deliveries.
Office Coordinator in Calgary, AB
on 19 January 2023
Great Canadian Company
Centennial offers true work-life balance and the leadership teams truly do everything they can to support you, no matter what you are going through. People come first and it shows.This is a company that has been around for over 20 years. It is a protein company, it believes in ethical protein products & distribution. *Keep supporting and believing in your people - it goes really far! Keep supporting the culture Keep challenging your teams, they love it! Keep working to bring the best out of everyone.
Delivery Driver in Edmonton, AB
on 29 October 2022
They have great products, but make many bad decisions.
Honestly, working there was kind of torturous.The BM (if that conjures images of something else you wouldn't be far off in that either) or branch manager seems to be running that branch in such a downward spiral you should use it to uncork a bottle wine, that working here has caused you to drink. Everyone who cares has left or has burnt out to the point they no longer care. If you don't care you'll do well. If you work hard and finish on time, you'll be rewarded with other people's work. So take your time, don't care, clock in, clock out. Plan your escape.
Warehouse Associate in Calgary, AB
on 13 September 2022
Welcoming, fun and engaging
They were welcoming. They gabe me a shot when I needed a job. They gave me opportunities that Can help me later on(Forklift Cretification). They were considerate when I needed A sick day or a dayoff.
Receiver in Victoria, BC
on 29 August 2022
no leadership
Has a high-school based sense of job environment, it has a lot of drama. If your short staffed for a shift your on your own. if you keep your head down and do you. you'll be fine.

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

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Can you speak English. Explain to me how to do something I can't do.

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