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Feel as though get bullied, night shifts they tell you are able to have flexiable hours that’s a lie, they treat you like not good they make you feel worthless and never in the wrong as well as they have bullied me so often that I literally would go to the office every single shift

Answered 17 November 2019

Its definitely multi cultural however the management is horrible and on a power trip, do not care about employees . Try getting time off for an appointment for ur child even , they do not care. No free coffee or tea not even free hot water . Just a horrible place to work . Moncton NB LOCATION

Answered 17 April 2019

You apply online then they call you. Ask a few questions. Then theyll send you a link to a 90-120 minute long assessment to see if youre capable of the job:) then they invite you in for an in person interview and then you'll b hired

Answered 4 January 2019

They offer nothing but a revolving door. It's a very uncomfortable feeling workplace. No decor anywhere to make it feel warm, no money spent for adequate cleaning, total lack of organization required to run a business. Sales agents doing mystery powder in the bathrooms so they can speedily up sell customers, and talk so rapidly in the lunch room that your "break" is worse than going back to your desk.

Answered 7 September 2019

Found a real job that treated people as they are: imperfect humans. Nordia apologetically judges people as if they can some how reach the status of robot.

Answered 7 September 2019

If you buy lunch or raffle tickets from the social committee, you can fund your own Christmas party! As opposed to you know, the company you work for taking on that cost.

Answered 7 September 2019

One on one. Doesn't feel like you're being interviewed by a corporate robot

Answered 11 January 2019

Tell them you go to school so you can dictate your own schedule. If not, they have a huge open ended block (8am-12pm) that they would love to randomly schedule you for.

Answered 7 September 2019

Its ridiculously intense. you work like a slave while some other people literally lounge around and talk loudly all day.

Answered 13 September 2019
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