Moore Packaging
Happiness score is 31 out of 100
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About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $30m to $130m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Wood & Paper Manufacturing
  • Headquarters
    Barrie
  • Link
    Moore Packaging website
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Reviews

Machine Operator in Barrie, ON
on 18 August 2022
Pay is decent, management is horrible!
I'd avoid applying here if you want to be treated like a human being. They don't care about you, especially if you're working midnights. You are just a body to fill a space.
Production Worker in Barrie, ON
on 25 April 2022
I worked at Moore packaging for a month via staffing agency.
agency. At the end of week one they send me and urgent email about termination of assignment for no reason, on Sunday, my only free day during the week. I asked the reason they said it was a misunderstanding. After a month they did it again and some of the staff were mean to me for no reason.
lead hand in Barrie, ON
on 8 April 2022
mind boggling management, awful culture
Typical factory work, pays good, most positions not too physically demanding. Very hot in the summer. Miserable attitude from supervisors and management, fine for the first 6 months or until you start knowing the ins and outs. Don't know anyone that is happy about being there. Good luck
Production Worker in Barrie, ON
on 1 April 2022
Great staff. Old machinery.
The company is good but their machinery is kinda old. The staff is great and there's room for growing if you're dedicated.Safety is always a must there, so follow the rules.
General Labourer in Barrie, ON
on 1 October 2021
Will wait till your probation ends to terminate employment, dont waste your time.
This was quite honestly the most demeaning job I have ever worked. Management expect far too much out of you, such as constant overtime. If you are unwilling to work overtime, you will not be hired.This company has extremely high turnover as they tend to let people go within the 6 months. You are only given a 10 and 20 minute break they are legally required to pay for, they try to frame it as paid breaks when in reality it's something that's legally required.Extremely unorganized and poor management. Rude, unsupportive management that has very little regard for employees time or health. Numerous covid outbreaks, we work together at very close distance. Do not apply to this job unless you're looking for temporary employment, not worth the pay, and not worth destroying your body. The people who work there are extremely miserable, they intentionally keep people who will tell you the truth about the company away from new employees.

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