Fun and fair work place for all level of job seekers
Merchandiser (part-time) (Former Employee) – Toronto – 28 March 2018
Everything in the company works with a high degree of efficiency and professionalism. You will come across awesome and excellent workmates who are fully devoted to their daily job duties. Supervisor and managers did a good job to keep schedule in flow and provide necessary helps and care to all the employees.
merchandiser (Former Employee) – Edmonton – 4 March 2015
Upon arriving at your first project of the day, you would report to manager of store, to introduce yourself, let them know what company you are with, explain what you are going to be doing and ask where you can locate the supplies you would need for the project. You had to learn to associate with many types of people. Usually most projects were for one person to complete. Some larger jobs required two or three to work together. The hardest part of the job was sometimes arriving at the store and your supplies you needed could not be located and you spent most of your time looking for supplies. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting people.
set your own hours
sometimes not given enough time to complete project.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Mississauga – 8 November 2014
Worked from 11pm-7am. Would sign in and report to manager. I learned a lot about reading modification sheets and how to communicate while under pressure. The hardest part about the job was trying to please everyone as everyone was working hard and scrambled everywhere some people would ask for help at the same time and myself could not help all at once. the most enjoyable part of the job was when everything was finished and knowing the job was done right.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 15 August 2014
They have a strong organizational structure and culture. It is the best experienced i ever had taken in my job. the management is so strong and the skills they use to control their team are very effective. Co-workers are very co-operative. I like merchandising so I enjoyed every part of this job. There was no hardest part in this job and every day was full of learning new supervisory skills and merchandising skills.
Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Laval and North Shore – 9 December 2013
I've done several sorts of jobs including experiential merchandising, store resets, firmware upgrades and blitz crew work (setting up gas station convenience stores). Pay is reasonable. Mileage payout is weak. There was plenty of support when I needed to ask questions. I find their pay system arcane and hard to interpret as to what exactly I was paid for which service I provided.
Met many good people, almost no one I couldn't get along with.
Flexible hours to a degree, free golf shirts
Some jobs require a lot of schlepping of equipment and preparation.