EECOL Electric
Happiness score is 41 out of 100
3.2 out of 5 stars.
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  • Company size
    less than 10
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
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    EECOL Electric website
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Shipper/Receiver in Calgary, AB
on 20 April 2022
Fun workplace, good people, but stressful and low pay
Everybody there was very friendly and it made the work day more enjoyable. Lots of young people there, and lots of room for growth. I personally saw a handful of my close coworkers get promoted despite not being there for a great deal of time. However, the pay that some of my coworkers and I received did not justly reflect the hard and fast paced work that we had to do at times. We did get good benefits though. Despite that, the employees and management made it the best job I've ever had
Sales Associate in Calgary, AB
on 11 April 2022
Faceless Corporation
I've worked for Eecol for a fair while and have to say it is only going down hill. Normally I don't write reviews but felt compelled to warn people off of this place. Pay is barely market competitive and the managers will make sure to short change you if they can. Everyone is stressed or depressed but mass company wide emails will praise the culture like everyone that works for the company is "family" and we are a team. Make no mistake, the managers are not on your side. As for the employees, most are good, hard working people but that doesn't make up for the short staff and false promises. Overall don't work here unless you just want a paycheck and don't mind being miserable to get it.
Head of inter branch shipping in Calgary, AB
on 27 March 2022
Lots of work to do
Fun place to work with opportunity to grow in the company. I worked in the back for about six months then got put in charge of IBT shipping. Then about 5 months after got offered to go to sales. You can live up quick if you work hard and show interest that you want to love up.
Warehouse Associate in Calgary, AB
on 17 January 2022
There are better options
The job seemed very well organized and easy to get the hang of at first. minimum wage for a warehouse job my expectations going in were just get the work done and go home. boy was I wrong. besides the obvious formed cliques right away the training was short and not helpful. mainly just got use to repeating the same thing after being shown once hoping to not make a mistake and even when i did make one nobody said anything about it and just decided to make small hints at the right way to do something then just being straight to the point. if you want to work your butt off have to make friends with people do work emails and basically group pep talk sessions all while your manager is getting payed 6 figs and your barely scratching by on min wage id highly recommend this position.
Shipping and Receiving in Whitecourt, AB
on 6 November 2021
working hard for low pay
This job is not the worst job in the world. It had some benefits such as being off at 4 every day, nice co-workers, and it was relatively easy to get hired. The drawbacks were the extremely low pay, minimum wage, and you're working all the time constantly on your feet. I could barely afford to pay my bills with this job, which not a good feeling after working hard every single day. I was shipping, receiving, cutting wire, rearranging stock, and phoning other branches as a single person while the front counter had 3-4 people working sales staff just sitting around and I was making less than them.

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