Warehouse Worker at Express Container Management
I would give zero stars if I had a chance. The most containers you can do in a day is three, so you get a maximum of 150 a day in 10 hrs of work. You mostly only get to do two containers in a day depending on the product you’re handling, so only about 100 a day. Rather work at McDonald’s for such low pay. Basically slave labour. Paying you by container is just a way for them to get around the mini...
Warehouse Labourer in Calgary, AB
on November 1, 2020
Was not payed fairly. They owed me money and refused to pay because I never had proof of my work. Not a good place to work at, I would not recommend working here.
Warehouse Worker in Surrey, BC
on September 13, 2020
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Last updated: June 8, 2021
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