High Liner Foods
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  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $500m to $1bn (CAD)
  • Industry
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Business Architect

Halifax, NS

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4 days ago

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Relief Power Engineer (Full Time)

Lunenburg, NS

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26 days ago

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Manager, Trade and Pricing Analysis, Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A)

Mississauga, ON

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27 days ago

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Application Support Specialist

Mississauga, ON

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30+ days ago

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Industrial Electrician

Lunenburg, NS

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30+ days ago

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Employee in Halifax, NS
on 29 May 2019
"It's expected that our employees work more"
After multiple years of poor performance, the company cut staff, and expected it's remaining staff to pick up the slack. Those who wanted to remain employed were expected to work 45+ hours a week. The incentive structure was changed to be almost solely based on company performance, which means future incentives are likely to be poor.
Production Assistant in Halifax, NS
on 30 May 2020
a company with a toxic agenda towards its people
Classic scenario, CEO over paid and the non union workers fighting for scraps and substandard benefits. The biggest lesson was seeing how an environment can take decent people and turn them into monsters in order to fight for their livelihood. Go back to school and get out of this industry. The good years are over. The fish has a longer shelf life than the upper management.
Director Product Development in Mississauga, ON
on 18 January 2020
Solid company
Great company with competitive salary , benefits , bonuses and workplace culture the seafood category is very difficult so there are lots of challenges in this business
Director and Manager Quality Assurance and Regulatory in Lunenburg, NS
on 13 December 2019
Limited opportunities unless you live in the US
Company used to be positive and proactive and supportive of employees, culture was taken over by US management and environment deteriorated rapidly over less than 3 years.
on 23 September 2019
Free trips at end of season
Excellent company to work for. Staff incentive if quotas were met at end of year. Independently worked, but team oriented work place as well. Friendly staff provincial wide.
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