MSC Industrial Supply Co.
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MSC Industrial Supply Co. Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Erik Gershwind
    70%
    approve of Erik Gershwind's performance
  • Founded
    1941
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Manufacturing
  • Headquarters
    Melville, NY
  • Link
    MSC Industrial Supply Co. website
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VMI specialist in Saskatoon, SK
on 11 December 2021
Great job working from home just didn't pay very well.
Great job working from home just didn't pay very well.Also after working their 3 years, they made changes to perks, and how expenses were paid, which cost me $7,200 year out of pocket/less pay.
Warehouse Associate in Edmonton, AB
on 6 April 2022
Awful management, bad work environment
This place is pretty toxic. I would avoid it and find something better. Pretty much anywhere else is better, unless you want to be treated like a number instead of a person. Management made promises they had no intention of keeping. They have unreasonable quotas. People keep getting hired and either fired or finding something better immediately and leaving.
Warehouse Associate in Moncton, NB
on 24 July 2021
First year was rough, Second year was OK
I worked here for almost 2 years. The first year was rough, I almost walked out of few times. The job itself is easy and basic. But the employees were difficult to get along with. One person will tell you do to something, while another employee with tell you the opposite way of what you were told and get mad at you for not listening. They run to the lazy manager watching Youtube all day, (when he is actually in the building) to complain about you as an employee. Despite how much more work you are doing over others. I got pulled into the office for taking 5 min near the end of the shift to sweep an area I was told I was responsible to maintain clean of debris. The Manager told me since I was the youngest in the building it was my responsibility to make up the work of the older guys who cant physically do there job as well. He told me I was also not a team player and I need to get along better with the employees when I barely said a word to any of them.I was there for almost 2 years. and I wasn't trained on how to use basic computer programs used for their inventory to short items on orders.(which everyone could do) Any time it got brought up, it got ignored. Also the other employees spoke down to you, assuming it was because I was from a younger generation. They would say things like, "Are you stupid or something?" and spoke to you with an unacceptable tone of voice. They would talk behind your back when they didn't think you could hear and complaint to each other about tiny things you did that annoyed them. Not realizing that they literally do the exact same thing. All and all is this a good place to work? After threating to leave a few times did they just accept I was there. I'm almost certain something was said to them when I went on vacation because it was like a light switch was hit over night for how they treated me. If you are on the younger side 18-40 years old I would HIGHLY recommend you apply somewhere else. If you are older and just looking for a place to get to retirement. Then this place might be best for you. If you do get the job I suggest you get a letter of employment with your start date. After my interview they asked me to start 3 weeks from that day. I quit my job with 2 weeks notice and took a week off before starting. 3 days before I was supposed to start they told me that HR wasn't ready to hire me because the person was on vacation and wanted me to wait another 2 weeks. Very frustrating. They called me back to suggest that I work for a Temp agency they hired from until HR was ready( which turns out wasn't for another month). With no other choice I had to Rush down to the Temp place to fill out of bunch of paper work to work for them for a month.
Account Executive in Regina, SK
on 4 March 2020
Collaborative and educative place to work
The week starts with a conference call to discuss the past week and the goal/target for the new week. It prepares one for the task ahead. Visiting of customers, taking orders, proferring solution to customers, putting away orders, tracking back order and general house keeping
General Labour in Toronto, ON
on 20 February 2020
Lots of general Labour
First job i received when i came to the country. not the typical job i would've applied for. The salary was low, management was okay, the hours where overnight so there was no work/life balance. It was alot of work to complete with little staff on duty.

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