Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 August 2018
I worked for them until I was I guess fired due to never receiving my schedule. Was lied to when told it was upcoming. Rude know it all merchandisers who bully and make you feel inadequate if you don't work their pace and do things their way.
Gossips throughout among the leads against other team member leading to non hours.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 2 November 2018
a easy position involving doing planograms for various retail locations. it had me doing this planograms of all the surrey area. i did not have many interactions with management although from what co workers said they seemed like good people.
merchandiser (Current Employee) – GTA, ON – 22 April 2018
For now min wage $14 too much responsibility ridiculous expectations Relines you're paid more but not enough on the day to day you can't live off this is not at all feesible if you require a steady wage
make ypur own schedule
Dm, Accoubt managers too annoying, constantly changing the set-up, need a more consistent directive, unrealistic time lines for products
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 15 January 2018
I enjoyed working for Counter Intelligence because they gave me the choice of which 3 days a week I worked as long as I met deadlines and goals for the week. I created good working relationships with store managers that allowed me my job effectively. I was able to submit my paperwork online from the comfort of my own home. My co-workers and Managers were always available for question or concerns.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Concord, ON – 7 January 2018
The fellow staff at this office are terrific. Upper management style is toxic. HR is uninformed and unprofessional. Promised promotions and raises are not given and pay is completely out of whack for scope of job description. Yelling and swearing between owners and their daughter who is employed as a "receptionist" is a daily occurrence. Vacations are only at specified times and any additional time cannot be in the extensive "blackout" period.
No dress code; other staff members are great to work with