Daiya Foods Careers and Employment
- CEOMichael Watt
- Company size201 to 500
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Quality Control Technician
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Machine Operator/Process Worker
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QA in Burnaby, BC
on 25 March 2021
No more good company
Daiya was known for good culture but after new management, it sucks. No more respect for QA. All senior manager are treating as garbage. They always have short staffed and lots of work burden. Will not recommended to work here as QAQC
Production Worker in Vancouver, BC
on 27 March 2021
Not a Good Place to Work Stay Away!
Worse management I ever worked, no support from supervisor no follow-up, no proper training! People are not friendly are pretentious. Very stressful job physically and mentally. Yoy will be treated poorly by your superiors.
QA Technician in Burnaby, BC
on 23 February 2021
Stay away from this company
Environment is hostile, cold, no team work. Managers are arrogant and insanely competitive. You will feel sick every day. If you are looking for good benefits they give well, but be prepared to lose your mental heath. They do not care ,if you are struggling with work due to short stuff ,always try to push you towards work. They do not care about how do you feel. Some time due to lack of people 1 person covers 2 -3 persons job duties. Stay away from this company.
Quality Assurance Technician in Vancouver, BC
on 3 November 2020
Fast growing, so fast you almost can’t keep up
So many new products all the time. The work environment is good, and it really is an innovative food production facility with very motivated and driven ideals. It’s definitely a company that’s going places.
Cook/Prep in Rupert St, Vancouver, BC
on 24 October 2020
Challenging work environment.
It is a fast face environment. Repetition of what you are doing everyday. A lot of lifting especially in cook room. Exposure to fumes and dust-like from ingredients. Loud noise from machines. Workplace politics can observe, base on experience. No seniority except wages (The longer you are in the company the more you can have high salaries. So, new employees can't catch up with seniors.If you are close to your supervisor, you may become leadhand even you are new and if he didn't like you, he will find a way to fire you or terminate you. Better to self-resignation.) Management is good especially HR, but then, supervisor is the one who handle you. Extended benefits and other benefits...thumbs up.
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