Maintenance Millwright (Former Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 10 May 2018
The maintenance department is a joke, run by an under qualified supervisor. If your face doesn’t fit then you are put the door. I would avoid at all costs and look elsewhere. There is a high turn over in this department for a reason and it boils down to supervision and management
love the feeling of accomplishment at the end of a day ( Got it done )
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – kitchener,ont – 14 October 2017
i love going to work on a daily basics, getting along with other co-workers and love feeling a accomplishment at the end of day every day. i love learn new and options on how to in prove or quickly of parts. Thhe hardest part of a job for myself is teaching someone new who thinks they all ready own the job, or when they dont listen and they never will get ahead. the most i enjoy about my job is meeting new people and always trying to go abovre and beyond in in-proving the work.
Forklift operator (Former Employee) – Ontario – 11 October 2017
I enjoyed working here they manufactured car parts I inspected finish product then I moved to a different job driving forklift. There was really nothing hard about working there as long as you did your job no one really bothered you
Machine, assembly, and Paint Operator (Former Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 5 September 2017
Keeps a competitive salary compared to other factories. Be aware lots of overtime is typical of factory work, as is the possibility of lay offs once a year for newest hires, although they do tend to call people back. You won't get shoved onto another shift very often unless you want days, as those with longest seniority usually end up there. Opportunities to move up and around the company do come up, and benefits are good.
Catia V5 Senior Designer (Former Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 16 June 2017
A great employer that has no end to making a program live and flourish. All to satisfy the customer. Great management and will do whats needed for employees and any elements neccessary. Also have processes and standards which are near nonexistant anymore. A true leader in my book.
I would love a opportunity to show what I have to be come a team player, and grow twitch the company. Thank you . Hope to show what I can do, love overtime, love helping people and making the workplace more and earlier workplace to give ge lol
Material handler (Former Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 4 February 2017
I first started off as a Production Worker then worked up to material handler i learned a lot from this job this was my first factory job i got my forklift licence there. The hardest part of this job was to much overtime for me i felt like i didnt have a life. I really enjoyed working with the people there they where all very nice,kind and respectful to others.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 2 November 2016
a typical day working at MPK, youll be telling yourself daily "what will i get in trouble for today?" i learned nothing i already knew management picks favorites, if your a hard worker and stick to yourself and just do your job, you will be picked on, while others always get away with the same things your getting in trouble for. co-workers are awesome, some will go out of their way to get you in trouble hardest part was getting to work as the bus would make you late everyday and they point you every time your late most enjoyable part of the job was punching out