Cypress Mountain
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About the company

  • Company size
    less than 10
  • Revenue
    less than $1M (CAD)
  • Industry
    Arts, Entertainment & Recreation
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 36 reviews and is evolving.
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Ticket Seller in Vancouver, BC
on 31 August 2020
Eventful and fast-paced work environment
With the nature of being a ticket seller at Cypress Mountain, you have to be on your toes most of the day. Weekend morning especially. Aside from this, it isn't too difficult to fulfill you duties as a ticket seller.
RESPONSABLE CHARGÉE DE CLIENTÈLE / ASSISTANTE MARKETING in West Vancouver, BC
on 7 December 2020
Une magnifique domaine qui demande qu'à s'améliorer
Travailler à Cypress Mountain a été une experience exceptionnelle et j'ai pu apprendre énormément grace à mon manager Domimic Gulyas. Néanmoins, la pression et l'incohérence provenant des supérieurs hiérarchiques apportent une atmosphère anxiogène au sein de l'entreprise et nous restreint dans l'amélioration du domaine, ce que se ressent sur la clientèle de la station. Un turn over des Directeurs de départements seraient bénéfique à tous, principalement les ressources humaines. De plus, le salaire des employés ne reflète pas la masse de travail endosser par chacun.
Group Sales/Social Media Coordinator in North Vancouver, BC
on 1 October 2020
Profits before people, that's the Cypress way.
If i could give a rating of no stars, I would. A few notes on my season and a half of employment before I walked out the door. THEY DO NOT PAY OVERTIME!!!!!!Even though the workload is completely ridiculous and every department is deliberately understaffed. We were also made to edit our timesheets every week which I also believe is illegal?There is an bullying culture that runs rampant throughout management there that is kept away from the public. The HR Director is literally an abusive bully. The main accountant is abusive and rude and is never penalized for it. The Food and Beverage manager is also abusive and rude. When brought to my superiors it was never dealt with and continued happening. The Marketing Director watches movies and scrolls Facebook with his feet on his desk while his employees scramble under terrible mismanagement and infinite amounts of work.The HR director will talk about you to other directors (which is completely unethical and a breach of her job) and will tell anyone who you have a complaint against about it. They had a hand in actively gaslighting someone from their job. I witnessed it. The HR director will also make inappropriate jokes about the #metoo movement. When this was brought to the Marketing Directors attention it was swept under the rug because the board of directors was coming and they didn't want to "stir the pot". Extremely unprofessional. There is no proper training outside of what's mandated by OHS. Most of the time you are left to just figure it out with no support or resources, outdated/overloaded systems and broken equipment. Management will spend the absolute least amount of money they can on EVERYTHING (including staff events and parties) and you will probably have to stand on the staff bus all the way from Kits because there isn't enough room for you. The same buses that leak diesel and oil constantly all over the parking lot and roads.Do not work for this company. It is an absolute joke.
Cashier and Customer Service at Food and Beverages in Vancouver, BC
on 17 June 2020
Fun place to work!
If you love snow and you are a snowboard or ski rider, you will love to work here. Everyone is beyond friendly, awesome benefits and activities for staff members. Plus, the view that you have every day is priceless.
Snowboard Instructor in North Vancouver, BC
on 8 June 2020
Fun place to work at
Do you snowboard or ski? Do you want to snowboard or ski while getting paid? Well, being a ski or snowboard instructor may not be bad for you, since you can get lift and ski tickets covered with this position. While the pay is not great, you do get to enjoy a few other benefits such as having buddies to grind out some runs with you, as well as discounts for lunch.

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