Outside Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Whitecourt, AB – 14 May 2018
typical day includes coordinating freight, scheduling deliveries and sales calls to customers.Take telephone calls from customers procure items as needed and arrange shipment. Prepare quotes as needed. Meet and exceed sales budgets. Provide excellent customer service. Sometimes required to work evenings and weekends if there is a turnaround or emergency.
Business Development (Former Employee) – Canada – 31 January 2018
The company cares more about its bottom line than it does about its employees. The Culture has changed a lot around the workplace and its just not an enjoyable place to be. Everyone seems stressed out and miserable. I believe the new managment is in way over their heads and it shows.
Inside Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 13 October 2017
Working at MRC Global was busy and had many challenges from day to day to meet deadlines. I learned how to manage my time better and build relationships with clients to make my job easier. The work environment and management was good. Doing team building events help moral in the company and it got the employees to maximize their productivity. The hardest part of the job was meeting deadlines. This meant working late and coming in early to meet bid deadlines. The best part of the job was my coworkers and the team mentality that developed in our inside sales group.
Inside Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Swan Hills, AB – 3 January 2017
Good co-workers work good with one other, The company is good family frist type company, This job gave me more experience with talking to people and putting orders together and computer experience with there sims and word 2013.
ware house /yard/sales (Former Employee) – Fort St. John, BC – 22 November 2016
every day was a hard day but work is hard learned a lot i worked with vary smart people great co-workers most enjoyable part is the end of the job when you can stand back and see all the good work you did
Really injoyed the people i worked with and vary good pay
friendly environment,safety work place, excellent package benifit
Warehouse associate (Former Employee) – Lloydminister Alberta Canada – 25 October 2016
When i was in the company i told to my self this is the job i like to keep doing it. im happy every day to come on duty even i need to extend my time its ok because im really having fun for the nature of my job as warehouse associate with nice people around me.the package benefit is awesome they make me satisfy.
Warehouse Associate (Current Employee) – Nisku, AB – 25 July 2016
I worked at MRC for numerous years in many different roles. When they let go of the Regional Manager earlier this year and replaced him, this is when the domino effect started. The morale was absolutely atrocious and affected almost everyone. Many managers and quality employees left soon after. I cannot wait to leave
ISR (Former Employee) – Grande Prairie, AB – 8 July 2016
I loved the team atmosphere, until they allowed young inexperienced management to run the branch. Tore the team apart! They do not follow labour laws and try to intimidate you and threaten your job! If you chose to work for them you will be a number and another notch In Their ungrateful ways! No job security's the all!
Great employees and team atmosphere!
Regional and branch managers only care about making them selves look good to superiors!
Warehouse and sales representative (Former Employee) – Athabasca, AB – 11 May 2016
Everyday seemed to be always fun, even tho we always had deadlines to meet with loading times, getting the "right" product to the customer the first time as returns are very costly. There was lots of room to move up in the ranks at MRC, when I first started with them I started in shipping/receiving, within 2 years of learning the products and how the orders were picked, packaged and shipped, i was promoted into sales at the front desk where i got to deal with customers first hand while taking orders via emails, fax, on the phone or at the counter.
alot of free lunches from vendors, very understanding in time off, flexible holiday time
capitol driven american company that doesnt care about canadians
Inside Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 24 November 2015
MRC Global management cancelled everyone's yearly bonus cheques and Christmas parties after the FIRST year of officially purchasing Midfield Supply. That same year the company became a publicly traded company which all revenue must be posted on their official site where it was discovered that the CEO of MRC had received a 5 million dollar bonus for a year that was supposedly not profitable.