Jayne Industries
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Welder/Fitter in Stoney Creek, ON
on 14 May 2019
nice people easy work boring work kinda the same thing over and over again lots of rumors but what place does not good place to learn basic welding great BBQs in the summer
machinist in Stoney Creek, ON
on 24 August 2019
just don't, supervisors undermine each other, leaving the workers in the wrong, trying to play with big boys but bring Fisher price in every aspect
A business that has been in business this long should have their stuff together, the employees are treated second rate to the office staff, always looked down on and lots of demeaning comments, lucky if you walk away with your your self respect, kind of place you have to experience for yourself, stories don't do it justice. The two supervisors don't communicate so the employees are stuck in the middle looking bad, and what you are hired for is a misconception, you will be responsible for everything but. JUST DON'T
Production Worker in Stoney Creek, ON
on 12 January 2019
Just not worthy
Been there a number of years,floor staff are tolerable. The supervisors,if you want to call them that are 2 faced wouldnt trust them with my first born. Most employees are great,there's the odd few that suck up to get what they want. Supervisor is always hounding you to work faster,as their time studies are out of this world. Benefits are good,but needs improvement. The holier than thou,can't do no wrong supervisor is a know it all just ask siri (lol) Make sure you can read a tape measure,some just fake it still surprised they still work there. Upper management is so stuck on themselves,no good morning. That makes you feel welcome everyday. Number one rule..... don't talk back! It won't help,put on a fake smile & think of puppies n beers.✌️
Set-up, Operator in Stoney Creek, ON
on 9 January 2019
the work is good and challenging could be repetitious plenty to learn from good for experience. shift work is normal , co-workers are for the most part are ok
Labourer/Operator in Hamilton, ON
on 18 December 2018
Stay away
Feels more like a prison than a place of work. Management treats employees like they are in grade school. Communication is joke, and standards change depending on who it is. Work orders are late even before getting to the floor and it’s the workers fault. I’ve been there for a couple years that I wish I could take back. There’s a employee there that calls himself wolf, he screams and talks to himself all day that alone makes this place a chore to work at especially if you’re the one stuck working with him. Supervisors are NOT employee friendly at all unless you’re one of their favourites. Would rather be the guy who scrapes dead animal carcass's off the road than work there again!

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