Warehouse Lead Hand (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 April 2018
A typical work day is an 8 hour shift with two 20 minute breaks. There are 6 - 8 forklift drivers loading and unloading trailers with material to help support two production facilities. There are also finished goods that are picked up throughout the day by various customers.
The hardest part of the job is that the majority of staff members are temps.
Factory Jobs are never fun, but if you can't even talk to your coworkers because of the super loud machinery then it's he** on steroids.
Warehouse Staff (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 2 March 2018
Factory Jobs are never fun, but if you can't even talk to your coworkers because of the super loud machinery then it's he** on steroids. So. Boring. 8 hours, standing, in silence, repeat one action, over and over and over and over and just pull the trigger
Its really a good place to work and get experienced
Labourer (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 September 2017
according to me, club coffee is really a safe place to work. There is always safety rules explained before working. Breaks are very reliable and everyone has a friendly behavior. Talking about salary, it is good enough according to the level of work .
General Labour (Current Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 14 May 2017
Last year in december, it was day when lines were running very fast and my colleagues were very collaborative. on the day i learnt about team work that will help me in my field technician jobs. it was a fun workplace with chess, in brakes we used to entertain ourselves with some little activities like chess. the most enjoyable part of the job was to help each others when there was lot of work on line.
Maintenance Worker (Former Employee) – Rexdale, ON – 21 July 2016
well i was an assistant to maintenance team that takes care of all the production side of coffee making process and also sanitation /health safety/first aid certified/AED certified/ food handler certified.
Great company to work focusing on safety and quality.
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 April 2015
Everyday was different, main priority was to make sure production targets were met exceeding quality standards. Talking to people with respect you gain respect and they will go out of there way to get the job done. The most difficult part of the job is when key employees call in sick and you don't have anyone trained to cover the duties,( a part of my project was cross training on key roles). Working with both management and employees is what I really enjoyed.
Millwright (Former Employee) – Rexdale – 28 November 2012
Club Coffee is a solid company with an excellent name.
As with all food companies there is plenty of paperwork and GMPs. I'd like to see a trend in these companies to go digital/paperless - but that needs to come from the inspection agencies.
The environment culture is mixed but the production floor is populated mostly with staff which have 15-35 years of experience. This can be challenging for new staff which are typically younger than the children of the current population.
I learned a lot more about coffee production, was able to knock the rust off of my manual milling skills and produce some special projects.
I can't say much more since I wasn't there for very long.