Rater (Current Employee) – Ayr, ON – 5 October 2018
This company and especially the KW office is a nightmare. The office is filled with emotional vampires, favouritism, bulling and lack of management. There have been several complaints of harassment and bulling. Nothing has been done by management or HR. If you are a hard worker you will be punished and over worked while others are free to do nothing. Management is terrible. They are disorganised, lack leadership skills and simply don't care.
The company itself if crumbling. The owners only care about how much money they are making. They are constantly showing off there expensive cars and boats. One of the owners actually built an expensive garage on company property.
This company and any jobs they post should be avoided.
Customs Across Release Agent I (Current Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 31 July 2018
LOW SALARY. No opportunity to be hired for daily shift unless you are close to some of directories. Favoritism and nepotism every where. If you are not convenient for them, they will throw you out as a garbage. Most of new employees just wait to get some basic experience and walk out the door. Majority of people are 50+
Team Leader Customs Brokerage (Former Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 5 July 2018
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Customs Broker (Former Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 22 March 2018
Lowest paying customs broker. NO Job security. Not a friendly working environment. Management is very wishy washy. Not a lot of young people. Only old seasoned employees who are stuck in the dark ages. Not a fun comfortable place to work.....oh and the benefits are garbage. Vision care is not included go figure and you are on a computer 8hours a day.
Data Entry Clerk (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 12 February 2018
The place is great if you need job security, however the pay is terrible, and you get worked like a horse. Drama is constant, you could be quiet and mind your business and people will still try to get you involved in drama.
Lead Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Delta, BC – 22 January 2018
i was the first one to get haired because of the hard work i put in workin 8-13 hours a day 7 days a week for 6 months, and then i start leading the team for night shift it was very good experience to better worker and leader ship .
Data Entry Clerk, Release Analyst (Current Employee) – Ayr, ON – 27 February 2016
-No Diversity -Pay starts at 12.50 to 14.25 depending on how much they like you. -Over worked and under paid -Even supervisor has no clue what she is doing -The Manager there has no customer service skills - The current GM has no customs or logistics background -The company just lost 3 % in business -The data entry position will soon removed now that optical scanning system have been implemented.
Billing Clerk (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 15 November 2012
I had never worked retail before but I found out what it was all about and found that I did not mind it too much. My Supervisor was the best boss I have ever had. My co-workers were the best bunch of people I have ever met. Nothing hard about the job - it was a very busy position and I enjoyed it tremendously.
Customs Broker for Sobeys Produce (Former Employee) – Windsor ON – 14 November 2012
Very demanding job. Had to work midnight shifts alone in the building while truck drivers would constantly come to the door needing paperwork and certificates. The shifts were two back to back 12 hour midnight shifts on Saturday and Sunday which is not the best for a teenager who often parties. I was able to work there for a year before I was laid off.
Import Clerk (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 18 September 2012
I learned a lot about the business of brokerage. There were tight deadlines and everything had to be processed within certain time frames. The management and my co-workers were all excellent to work with and were and were very good with teaching me the business. I really did enjoy the working under pressure as I work best that way.