North Star Windows & Doors
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Rating is calculated based on 29 reviews and is evolving.


Assembler/Machine Operator in St. Thomas, ON
on 23 September 2021
Crappie work environment
After working here for a few years they have no care for their employees they expect u to do learn a position quickly. If ur hard working and they see it they expect you to do work of multiple people.
Saw Operator in St. Thomas, ON
on 7 October 2021
Worst team leader
Miss management forklift diver think they are driving in freeway . Treat people like animal. They only think about money not about employees . Their treat people by seeing Color.
Assembly Line Worker in St. Thomas, ON
on 6 October 2021
Terrible environment and toxic culture
Let’s start with the interview, if you can read a tape measure,you’re hired.It all goes downhill from there. They had a nice incentive to work there in the form of profit sharing, which was roughly 750$ every 3 months just for showing up. Late this year they got rid of that so everyone could get a raise, now you get roughly 250$ every 3 months. 9 hour days, five days a week, rotation shifts and mandatory Saturdays.there is a backlog of 90,000+ and some how it is the workers fault that North Star can’t keep good employees because of the toxic culture and bad reputation. There is a ladder system, 1st ladder is 18-19.95 2nd is 19.95-21 3rd is 21-23 4th is 23-26. I have met more than a dozen people who have been there 10+ years and management refuses to bump them past the first ladder. EVERYTHING IS THE EMPLOYEES FAULT AND NOT THE COMPANIES. You get hired on fridays, start on mondays and most people want to leave after a day.
Production Worker in St. Thomas, ON
on 20 September 2021
Not a great place to work
Hard to advance through the ladder. Management seems out of touch and does not know production tasks. Lots of backlogged orders you have to constantly rush through and work mandated 9 hour days Monday-Saturday. Clean environment but very warm with little to no air flow.
Production Associate in St. Thomas, ON
on 16 September 2021
Not time for family or to improve skills
No opportunities to grow, no incentives to stay or retain you if you are good, shifts every two weeks with more than 44 hours per week including most of the Saturdays, leaving you almost no time for your personal life and family. No rotation of positions, giving you serious injuries for repetitive tasks for 9 hours per day, 6 days a week. I left that job some months ago and I still have body issues in my arms and hands. If you make it to get hired full time, you will never gonna have time to study to improve your abilities or knowledge. They take too long to answer your requests or simply don't listen to your personal needs that require their support.

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

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