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Not a very secure place to work
Production Manager (Current Employee) –  Lunenburg, NS20 November 2018
Not a very secure place to work
Doesn't learn from the mistakes
Tries to promote a team culture but due to job stress and job security is hard to accomplish
Pros
Summer Friday afternoons off if you can
Cons
Long hrs, not a secure future
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White men NSCC graduate idiots club
Operations Analyst (Former Employee) –  Halifax, NS23 January 2018
I hated working there It's a boys club for sure but not only that.... Nova scotia community college graduate dumb boys club.
HR / Management is a joke.
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good company culture
SALES (Former Employee) –  TORONTO2 April 2015
its a good company, and recommended.
they treat their employees with respect.
the salary is very fair.
the Toronto office is a small office, and great place to work at.
Pros
the people, very down to earth
Cons
none
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A true country club run by leaders who lack leadership skills and business acumen
Manager (Former Employee) –  Toronto11 November 2014
The most boring job ever. Slow-paced and outdated to the core. Run by people who totally lack the most elementary business sense, and who have been there for ever, mainly because the company is not there to thrive, but just to survive. It is resting of their laurels on when High Liner Foods was the market leader in frozen foods, in the 80's. Now, it is a totally un-dynamic company run by a bunch of VPs who are there to maximize their own personal gain and retirement fund. If you want to be proud of the work you do, High Liner Foods is probably not the place for you.
Pros
Great work-life balance, country club life at the office
Cons
Boring
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