Can I give less than one star?
Manager (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 25 April 2019
During my time at NCC, I learned two things.
One: There is a total and complete disconnect between all levels of the company. Direction is a farce. Whether it is retail, chocolatiers, managers or upper level staff, nobody really knows what anyone else is doing and the phrase "well this person didn't do what they were supposed to" is the cop out for almost everything. It's always someone else's fault.
Two: Upper management are totally content to use you and throw you away. You are there for a reason and it is not because you are valuable or important to the company. It is because you have something they want, and once you do what they have expected of you, you are gone. Your title does not matter, and your weeks, months or years of service mean nothing.
The only positive experience I had while working there was the people I met. However, most of them have also been fired or quit, save for one or two.
If you aren't interested in being insulted, confused on a daily basis, blamed for an immeasurable amount of problems or blindsided, don't work here. Swimming with sharks with an open wound would be more of a positive experience than employment at the Newfoundland Chocolate Company.
The people you meet, free chocolate.
Working at the Newfoundland Chocolate Company