Moore Packaging
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mind boggling management, awful culture

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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
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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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Forced overtime with very little notice
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Just BS

Worst place I have ever worked, and the job itself wasn't bad, its the people. They are miserable and rude all the time. They will say one thing to your face and then turn around and say something completely opposite to others.




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No support, sink or swim attitude. Family owned business that invites inhouse fighting, lack of leadership. If you are looking a quick pit stop this is the place. Same people supported, extremely hard for new employees to break through




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The job pays decently for the work and the benefits are pretty decent

There was high turnover particularly on the midnight shift because the supervisor is a real power tripper and full of himself although everyone sees him as incompetent.


Benefits are good


Disorganization, lack of leadership, poor morale
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Not worth it

Poor ethics period. Top management has a cheater mentality. At one point in time I think it was a nice family owned business, but somehow it's become jaded over time. There is no accountability to fix problems, only blaming middle managers with no empowerment to enhance the company. The future of Moore Packaging? Unstable. Lacks direction and good leadership.


Flexibility and competitive.


Overly saturated industry with eroded margins.
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Good pay, no job security

Upper management is out of touch with day-to-day needs of employees lives. Not worth investing your time into trying to make your mark. You will be fired for needing a couple mental health/physical health days off before your SIX MONTH probation is up.
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Great place to learn new skills

Work with customers and sales reps to create packaging to meet customers needs. Learned a lot about corrugate. Manager's oversee way too many people and departments and as a result may not know how to assist you if you require assistance. However they're trying to modernize themselves, but still stuck in an old school mentality on how to work with employees. the company would rather throw people at the problem, rather than finding ways to be efficient by providing proper training. This is a result of high turnovers and lack of exit interviews to determine the companies strength and weaknesses. Zero workplace culture. Show up, do your 8 hours, go home. No sense of teamwork, belonging or leadership. Many people on edge due to the stress and lack of teamwork and communication which reflect poorly on leadership. The hardest part of the job is how stressful it can be due to demand of sales reps, customers and other employees. Management knows about it. Managers rather blame employees rather than find the root of a problem and provide training. It's typical to find your co-workers in tears. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with your customers and sales reps to find ways to made a difference with your customers products.


pay is okay, hour long lunches


Poor leadership, highly stressful, lack of direction
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Don't bother.

At first glance this company appears to have it's act together. Aptitude test, prompt interview and extensive safety training. What it doesn't do is prepare you for the atmosphere on the plant floor. As far as unions go, this is the worst example i've come across. Toxic. Keep in mind this is a box factory; nobody is saving lives or solving world peace. People here treat their employee numbers like a rank to be saluted. You'll be under the microscope for your 6 month probation, fair enough. But it's not just management you have to justify your existence to. 1/10 plant workers here are tolerable, 1/20 is even pleasant. I feel badly for temp workers from the agency who are treated with casual disdain. The work itself isn't bad. On a slow day, you'll be sweeping the floor for 8 hours. On a busy day, you're feeding Ace Bakery boxes at speed for 8 hours. The environment itself isn't terrible either. Noisy, hot, dusty but you get used to it. If you love social politics and feel like ingratiating yourself to some of the most ignorant people in Ontario, this is the place for you. Otherwise, don't bother.


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Its a steady place for work when production has it.

Just stuck in one job line of progression killed my seniority. Had a agreement on a situation of my health the hacked out on. But the company works real well with you personal stuff. Used to have a open door communications but office all lock up like fort Knox. It's a good place to work just keep your life to yourself and do your job without complaining




No us vs them employee vs management
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Over all a good place to work.

Very good company to work for . Some management not very people friendly. I learned to manage and organize my work day to maximize production . My fellow employees were easy to get along with and I still have a few good friends there. The hardest part of my job was dealing with 2 or 3 of the management team .The best part of my work day there was running the company social committee .


Good wages and fellow employees


Poor people skills from some managers
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2.8 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
2.8 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
2.3 out of 5 stars for Job security/advancement
2.1 out of 5 stars for Management
2.2 out of 5 stars for Culture

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