This has got to be one of the worst managed companies that I know of. The shop managers have no idea what the supervisors are doing, the sales and design teams do not coordinate with the shop. There are continual changes on CAD designs after they have already hit the shop floor and are in production, to the point where the shop guys get in trouble for working to the already submitted blueprints. There is no consistent quality control system in place, the QC they do have in place does not transition from design/sales to the floor; surely the blueprints should be checked a final time before ordering/production begins? Where safety should be a key component, it is more about the blame game when there is an accident (ahem, they're called accidents because....) to the point where workers are afraid to report injuries. There appears to be quite the "who you know" attitude in this company, not how well you do your job. There is never a fair wage review, wages are below industry average, and there is not a fair review system in place. It will be interesting to see how the new owners take over the joke that Corix in Langley has become.
benefits, leaving work on time
wage, management, opportunity to advance