National Fire Equipment Ltd.
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National Fire Equipment Ltd. Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $5m to $30m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Commercial Equipment Services
  • Link
    National Fire Equipment Ltd. website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 19 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

DELIVERY DRIVER in Vaughan, ON
on 3 March 2022
HR is amazing but management not so great
Underpaid and micromanaged by very aggressive supervisors. Everyone is trying to be the boss and lots off gossip and throwing under the bus. Drivers are pushed and monitored by GPS. Warehouse work is pretty laid back and steady paced. Salesman are under pressure to perform with low pay. Busy company so there is always work.
Inventory Specialist & Receiving Management in Burnaby, BC
on 22 March 2022
Feels like a big family, good industry to work in, like an extended family
Mechanical apptitude and a good memory will serve you well as will your typing speed. You need excellent Forklifting skills and be able to recognize symbolic letter-number sequences which associates with aspects of the product. Memorizing part numbers gets easier as your knowledge picks up on what dimensions and notable aspects of the part relate to the number.
Delivery Driver in Concord, ON
on 4 February 2022
It was ok
The job was exciting. Go to work at 6am leave by 3pm but there were those days where I’d would leave till 5pm which at times I didn’t mind but when I had plans to attend somewhere after my scheduled time they would purposely make me stay a bit longer when I would be late or miss my appointment. But other than that it was a very good environment with the employees and certain management. I guess the best part of this job were the long delivery drives absolutely loved it.
Sales Representative in Burnaby, BC
on 18 January 2022
Not a bad place to work if you’re looking for a warehouse job with no opportunity to advance.
Decent pay for warehouse work, and is pretty relaxed. Management was nice, but sales reps are very under paid with no commission and there are really no opportunities to advance in the company.
Accounts Payable Administrator in Vaughan, ON
on 19 August 2020
Employees are respectful to each other
Apart from the pay, the culture is good. The environment is diverse and employees are respectful to each other. Hardly anybody was rude. The office environment was safe and clean. Because there was an HR department the employee rights were better implemented.

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