Production Technician (Former Employee) – Abbotsford, BC – 22 March 2018
High expectations, abysmal pay scale, regular layoffs, no job security, no benefits for a year (if you last that long). Poor training, basically you're given 1 day of training and then it's sink or swim. Within a week you'll be shown a chart to show how far behind quota you are. As mentioned in a previous comment, would not recommend employment with this company to anyone with financial responsibilities.
Production Worker (Current Employee) – Abbotsford, BC – 22 January 2018
Low wages, Phantom screens pays far less than comparable companies.
Combining this with high expectations, extremely poor benefits, total disconnect between management and production, a limited path for advancement, and a business model build around annual layoffs makes this company unsuitable to work for by anyone with real world expenses.
We are always looking to improve how we do things, so your feedback is incredibly important to us.
We're a fast growing company and with that comes the need for continual improvements across the organization from the shop floor to the management team. Right now, we're recruiting the right people to help drive us forward in combination with making life better for our employees. We're not perfect - but we're working very hard to be a great place to work.
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Assembly Worker (Former Employee) – Abbotsford, BC – 24 August 2017
Temp position during summer months. Good team, decent hours and pay reasonable. No benefits but understandable for temp position. Good referral program