Finning
Happiness score is 42 out of 100
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About the company

  • Founded
    1933
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $5bn to $10bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
  • Headquarters
    Vancouver, BC
  • Link
    Finning website
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Reviews

Mechanic, Estimator, Warranty Tech, Supervisor in BC and Alberta
on 14 May 2022
Lots of opportunities to advance
There is no shortage of work at Finning. Sometimes expectations are quite high.In my 25-year career, the compensation and benefits were very good.Like most places I assume, some managers are better than others. Most of mine really supported me and my growth.
Field Service Supervisor in Edmonton, AB
on 14 June 2022
Adequated compensation. No Job security.
Fast paced, customer orientated. Workplace culture, management and coworkers can be toxic at times, especially if you do not fit into the old boys club. Most enjoyable part of the job is the pay, benefits, and the ability for Finning to match your investements in the company. Hardest part is the advancement within the organization. Should you not know someone, or be a relative to an employee, do not expect to advance from within.Learned not to be taken advantage of or the expectation to work 24/7 and not be compensated.Would not reccomend this place of employment, unless you are a union position.
Senior Regional Financial Analyst in Edmonton, AB
on 29 April 2022
Lack job security and professionalism is not recognized.
I will never recommend Finning as a place to work to anyone. Professionalism is thrown is not recognized, poor job security, laying off staff in an inhumane manner, toxic working environment and stressful working conditions.
Sales Associate in Canada
on 3 April 2022
Corporate atmosphere with good pay and opportunity for growth if you fit the mold
Great career based company, backed by a historic brand. Good benefits and long term employment, if you aren't laid off during a downturn. It has the nature of publicly traded company where profits are above all else, though safety and work-life balance is touted routinely.Finning changes their strategies and goals frequently, it's almost cyclical along with new management, 4-6 years. Customers and employees alike find it hard to keep up with constant new strategies and frequent change. Communication from senior leadership is often lacking leaving employees unsure of the company's direction, scrambling to keep relationships in tact with clients who are equally confused with the untimely changes. The atmosphere always has a sense of urgency and pressure to keep achieving more is ever present. There is little personal engagement amongst staff; it's a large, departmentalized corporation and very much so feels like one.Overall, you can find a good paying career here if you're willing to take the bureaucracy and stress along with it.
Warehouseman in Kamloops, BC
on 12 March 2022
Micro management is very predominant
Finning Doesn’t care about its employees anymore , to them you are just a number. (Overhead) oh and a good rule of thumb , keep your mouth shut . The only time you get recognized is when you screw something up.They have their favourites .

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