Leadhand/warehouse worker (Current Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 15 November 2017
fast passed job with a relatively heavy work load. Shift work which includes night shift and weekends. Lots of computer work and forklift/order picking. Must be able to lift at least 50 lb. Mostly indoor work in a comfortable environment.
WAREHOUSE OPERATIVE (Former Employee) – London – 2 August 2017
• Working hard to meet all weekly targets set by supervisors • Ensuring packaging and dispatch of stock was conducted on time • Keeping and maintaining accurate stock records • Assisting with monthly stock taking
Warehouse Worker (Current Employee) – Mount Hope, ON – 26 September 2016
A great company to be with, although it's only Part-time; it is PERMANENT Part-time once you have a Position within the Warehouse itself. Guaranteed Weekly Hours, (Hours will never decrease, only increase if you take Extra work) and great Benefits after 3 Months of Probation.
A fast paced work environment from offloading to sorting the Lines within the warehouse with various cargo brought in from the Planes. This is a hard working environment as well, but time goes by fast, as you're constantly doing something. There's no waiting around.
Overall great environment to be around, great Co-workers, great Management (Who are also very understanding and kind!), and the Job Security is great due to the fact that you're unionized.
The Pay, the People, the Management, Short Shifts that you can work around During your Day
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 12 July 2016
split shift dividing parcels for delivery unloading trucks. management was not the greatest but i made do. most of my coworkers were good the hardest part of the job was trying to divide the parcels and figure out which route the parcels went to
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 29 January 2016
Great place of employment management was there when needed to answer any questions related to work. Company would provide lunches and dinners when working on weekends or additional overtime. Did not like making up time during weekend for 40 hour week would be interrupted due to lack of work. This resulted in working weekends but was optional for most employees. The system would drop a number of parcels to be picked on a daily bases most drops were on Tuesday to Thursday leaving Monday and Friday for voluntary time off. The hardest part was training individuals very high turn around rate. Individuals woulds stay for training and work a day or two after and hour of training for each day. This placed pressure on getting orders to be completed with time permitted. The job was great for voluntary work and proved effective in go green initiatives. The consistent meetings was great way to keep employee engaged.