Cooke Aquaculture
Happiness score is 48 out of 100
3.1 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $130m to $650m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Food Service
  • Headquarters
  • Link
    Cooke Aquaculture website
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Fish Hatchery Technician

12 jobs

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 46 reviews and is evolving.



Labourer in Saint George, NB
on 19 November 2022
Value added
Blacks harbour plant has not much help for new employees they expect you to know how to do the job even though you never done it before the bosses don't even check in on you to see if you have any questions or see how your doingThe saint George plant night shift was just the opposite I would recommend the night shift to anyone thinking of going to work there
Processing Technician in St. George, NB
on 13 October 2022
Not a bad place to work
Wasn’t a terrible experience. Management under a lot of pressure which was pushed onto the workers and they don’t set achievable expectations can be frustrating as you don’t feel like a team they say you are.
Production Supervisor in St. George, NB
on 17 June 2022
Love to work there we are treated like family
Cooke aquaculture is a family oriented company in my opinion meaning you are treated like family rather than a number.Very comfortable place to work.I feel I am learning more every day and have great teachers
Vessels in Vessels
on 7 June 2022
It’s a one man show
Everyone is afraid of the one man show. It’s his way or no way. The employees are wonderful people of all nationalities, you couldn’t ask for better co workers. The salary can use a lot of work and not have 3-4 of the same job titles getting different salaries no matter what your experience is. The rotations are good but depending on where your from decides if you get paid travel and what rotation you will do. They will supply safety gear, and winter clothing that want back if you leave the company.
Plastic welding in
on 17 October 2021
Poorly managed!
Wouldn't recommend anyone to work for this company ,low pay, No overtime pay, more is expected out of you than there willing to pay in every division, employees of 10 years are treated like garbage by management they hire off the street . The ignorance that comes from the management is unbelievable.

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