Factory Worker (Former Employee) – Yarrow, BC – 28 June 2017
The pay was great but long physical days with overtime shifts being the standard make for a rough place to work. Management was good but poor planning for peak periods and staffing contributed to the many overtime hours.
Production Scheduler (Current Employee) – Vaughan, ON – 18 April 2016
Good company, bad management and no team work, coworkers do not support others and they only care of themselves even though they have nothing to do, The hardest part of this job is to deal with forklift drivers and outside drivers
Labourer (Former Employee) – Chilliwack, BC – 27 February 2015
I feel I've been wronged because everyone said I had a iphone when I do not even own one. Dental isn't every good. I was a bit confused about how they work there but I was just starting to get it all together when people were complaining that I wasn't working at there slow pace. I enjoyed the night shift until they put me in day and that was when everything went downhill from then on. I didn't learn enough. Most people quit while I at least tried.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Concord, ON – 18 September 2014
very busy with phone calls and solving problems. I learn that you need to completey finish a task does not matter how small it is because it will allow you to move forward to the next one. Learn to use time wisely and well manage your time , this will help you ease your day and less stress . Listening to your co-workers , allow you to make apprpriate decision and you can resonably communicate with them. The hardest part of my job is when the communication fails between departments. It causes confusions and frustration . The most enjoyable part of the job for me is knowing my customers are sastified with the services we provide and working well with my co-workers.
Production Supervisor (Current Employee) – calgary, AB – 3 May 2014
• Implement preventive measures and recommend improvement on the unsafe conditions/material and equipment. • Ensure that the company’s policy with respect to management of assigned personnel, equipment and material are met. • Develop safety processes and coordinate safety training activities • Control hazardous working conditions and unsafe employee activities through safety management and directing supervisory personnel • Provide oversight of incident investigations and claims management, including appropriate internal and external reporting and communication • Develop manufacturing and processing procedures and variables, inspected production and oversee processes. • Recommend the disposal of obsolete and un-repairable parts and equipment to plant manager • Ensure that all products are produced in accordance with company manufacturing and quality standard. • Ability to operate forklift and identify able to perform duties of supervised employees.
Opérateur (Former Employee) – Berthierville, QC – 4 January 2013
une journée de travail commence par un meeting, ensuite je rejoins mon poste et on commence. Pas d'opportunité de developpement. le management laisse à désirer, les collaborateurs sont appréciés. Le manque d'équipement de travail. l'aspect le plus agréable est quand tout va bien.