Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 16 November 2017
this is the best workplace I have had in my 10 years of experience . I have never understood what it fully meant to be apart of a team and really want to contribute to a company's' success until I received an invitation to work at Menasha Chedworth location.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 7 October 2017
The pay is horrible for a company that has stock valued at 40 plus if your late 3 times =fired and they think your a slave or something when your working they have a snitch system where you gotta snitch on your time not theirs no music no phones the forklifts got no fire extinguisher and management has poor leadership skills they wanna put you on blast to your co workers for being late like that's professional they police every minute your suppose to be working.
Two 20mins breaks
No free stuff, discount, they offer you the candy of floor no lie
General Labourer (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 28 August 2017
The work is very light weighed and easy. It is just light packaging of cosmetics and other stuff. It was very easy work. All the supervisors and team leaders are very friendly and helpful. They respect everyone and treats very nicely.
Inventory Supervisor (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 31 July 2017
Menasha is an amazing corporation that has enabled many people including myself to advance within the growing company at a rapid and rewarding pace. A place I would recommend anyone with a drive to grow within an organization to want to work for.
General Worker (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 6 April 2017
Great management team, world class facilities, excellent benefits, support teams are very friendly and helpful, going to work each day just means meeting with my new friends. I am very glad to be aboard
Supply Chain Assistant (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 12 October 2016
I found the Site Manager to be very rude, abrupt, hostile and disrespectful. She would curse and swear when upset and regularly talks down to staff members.
The new Operations Manager was a habitual liar who attempted to break the team/family dynamic of office staff. I know of three incidents within his first two months of employment that he lied to subordinates about instructions from senior staff as well as what he had observed staff members doing which he flatly denied when confronted.
all around labour (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 14 September 2016
making sure all the work equipment is safe and in good working condition so that everybody can get his or her work done on time people are not as reliable as machines they have bad days ,are tired,or sick not always willing to work hard ,troubled sleeping. as a general rule most of the staff supervisors are overworked and unable to train people properly to get the very best out of each employee some employees hide behind their co-workers they have to be told everything and will not do any more than they have to they will leave the machines filthy and to a point where nobody want to work there the hardest part of the job is to get the job done under very stressful conditions and in a minimum amount of time the most enjoyable part of the job is a breathing time after the machines are running properly and all is the way it should be