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- CEOMayo Schmidt, President & Chief Executive Officer
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenue$100m to $500m (CAD)
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Operations in Saskatoon, SK
on 10 March 2021
Good pay for the workGreat place to work if you're looking to make some money and be home every night. But keep an eye on your paycheck as payroll has a habit of always making mistakes and missing time on your paycheck.
Supervisor in Regina, SK
on 22 May 2021
Being a new employee, lots of confusion. No clear goals, strategies. Lack of planningGood company. Some quotes from corporations diaries“Peoples leave managers not companies second quote “ Micromanagement can be handled by educated management not only long experience. Third quote : working with educated people in small companies way better than working with micromanagement . 4 quotes is my own if you want to bring positive changes for the improvement of organization and co-worker and your managers stop you , quit your job before your eye blink .
Administrator in Saskatchewan
on 14 May 2021
Would not recommendThe training hardly exists, I was put in front of a computer with absolutely no training and was expected to teach myself. There were job aids available which were helpful but it’s not fair to be expected to learn like that. The computer system has a lot of glitches and errors. I do think if I was trained properly that I would have liked the job.
Internship in Portage la Prairie, MB
on 24 April 2021
Solid Team and Supportive WorkplaceI was here as a student in the summer internship program, my experience is only for 4 months. The manager care about you, care about your success, well-being and work-life balance. He guided me from day 1 of orientation and treat me as part of the team, not just a number. He asked me the 2nd day something along the line "how was your first day :)". At this location (Portage la Prairie), the team is small so you know everyone really well. Coworkers are supportive, great teamwork! When I did not understand something, people are willing to go beyond their means to make sure I do it correctly and most importantly, safely. No politics, no discrimination, no drama, no all that craps. One time, they let us go home early with full-day pay due to a rainstorm. This shows that they care about its people, and for a full-time employee, overtime is 1.5X wages. This is a Canadian Ag corporate company, so there is a clear structure from the top all the way down. Great pay for an intern. The organization structure is very neat, because, during my internship, I received conference training and conference training from the head office (Saskatoon) although I am at Portage. They gave presentations to students like me on potential career prospects after graduation etc... There are Q&A sessions online with the head office during my orientation. That is really useful!My manager sometimes asked on my first week of intern "Hey! is everything alright? how was your first day?". Each month, I was assigned different types of works from truck loading, paperwork, cleaning the office 3 - 4 times a week but within schedule, so it is not random (everything is structured well). If I give them advice or input, they received it well and they discuss them during the daily meeting the next morning!Although, one employee is brand new and I did not get along with her, neither her with the rest of the crew. Maybe she needs adjustment in the work culture.No wonder, Nutrien is chosen as the top 100 Employers in Canada in 2020.
Supervisor in Calgary, AB
on 11 March 2021
Clueless and cheapThey underpay employees and expect you to do way more work than what your job title entails. Benefits are now just okay. Upper managment is a joke. They brag about how they make record profits but than cut back on raises company wide. The new operating system is a expensive joke that they pretend works perfectly fine. Can't apply for internal positions because your the wrong gender or the system doesnt work. As far as I can see its managed as well as a pickup hockey game.
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