Magasinier (Former Employee) – Québec City, QC – 13 March 2018
les journées sont routinière mais facile a accomplir. Salaire de départ étais a 14.50$ et la 3 ieme année j'étais rendu déjà a 17.00$. Travail individuel de préparation de commandes. Mckesson est un grossiste en produits pharmaceutique et hospitalier. Chaque année, il organise un marché au puce avec les produits proche de la date d'expiration ou défectueux pour la vente. tout est a 0.25 cent ce qui rendra vos conjointe absolument au 7 ieme ciel.
Operations Supervisor (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 20 February 2018
Pick shift is the most important shift... All picking needs to be completed before the next shift begins... to make every shift successful. learned a lot on the pick shift - worked in all areas of the warehouse Management changed for certain reasons and every manager has a different approach workplace culture is complicated but manageable if you just come here to work and mind your own business hardest part of the job is people attitude enjoyable part of the job are the daily challenges and aspiring to do better every day
The company is one of the biggest company I worked for, hence the fact that everything is big and takes time when comes the time to take a decision. Company headind in there right direction thiugh but stil a lot of old school directors that need to be fired .....
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 17 January 2018
If you want to just put in the hours and get paid this job is for you. If you want to make friends or have a good time or enjoy your job this is not for you. the union is your best friend, make sure to have them on speed dial.
Patient Care Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 October 2017
intense, fast pace and a lot of work. It can be overwhelming most of the time but with the family style atmosphere its make it less stressful. management can be better organized but when a company has there set ways its hard to sometimes change.