Pacific Coast Fruit Products
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3.2520183.5020194.002020

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Operator 1 in Abbotsford, BC
on 14 March 2020
Overall it’s a good company to work for.
It can be very stressful at times due to trying to get way to much done in a short period of time generally short handed. To much micro managing. Can be a lot of fun and laughter. Big down side is you can’t get vacation time during the peak season of fresh pack
Production Supervisor in Abbotsford, BC
on 22 July 2019
Good place to work
good benefits but lacks ommuniation and training but company cares about its employees. Good working conditions and a over all good place to work with great benefits
Dumper in Abbotsford, BC
on 25 February 2019
Not Very Enjoyable
If you are going to work at Pacific Coast you should be ready for constant 10 hours working with you taking a break by asking if the break is available,(Everyone in the building had to take turns taking breaks). You were constantly yelled at over small things. If the berry was poured a bit too fast the supervisors would yell pretty much to tell you to stop and would get someone else to work there embarrassing you twice as much in front of many people. Altogether it is not great, rather work somewhere else.
Dumper/Forklift operator in Abbotsford, BC
on 5 February 2019
2 seperate realities between staff
Worked here last summer. Bring on the hard work but the employees yelling at Supervisors was crazy. But the managers are degrading say one thing do another. Over paid clowns fooling head office into their importance. As for head office I do believe their professional and mean the best but inside production facilities are not the same thing. Forklift drivers too dangerous. The so called team work is forced, there's no good will for the most part. I hated the gossip, putting down of supervisors sometimes to their faces, the wanna be tough guy. When I started and was being walked around most never even attempted to shake my hand, long faces and jealousy to protect what ever post they think they have. There are clicks. The recruiter at that time was fare and curtious while being professional but the floor staff put her down constantly. I could not be apart of that and want to perform the way I do and like it so basically quit after a week. Too bad. Pay needs to be allocated more logically based upon hard work not how much you flap your mouth.
General Laborer in Abbotsford, BC
on 15 January 2019
Long shifts. Clean environment. Heavy lifting
I worked here for one summer and had very long shifts, sometimes of 12 hours each day. I learned how to work in a team and find out which ways are more efficient to do certain jobs.

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