Pliteq Inc. Careers and Employment
- Company size51 to 200
- Revenue$25m to $100m (CAD)
Manager Logistics and Customer Service in Vaughan, ON
on 16 June 2020
There are many great employees at this company. Adequate equipment was provided to properly complete job. Was able to learn much about the product(s).
Machine Operator in Vaughan, ON
on 11 August 2020
Poor management and they stress people there that's why people didn't concentrate in a job
The suoervisor didnt respect people whatever worker they achieved. They don't care about what youve done and they think people like a machine that never tried. It is not a good place to work until you got retire you always feel stress because of the supervisor. I recommend people not to apply in this company.
Maintenance Mechanic in Woodbridge, ON
on 15 June 2020
If you can tolerate production management then it's alright to work there.
My department was well run by decent person with a head on their shoulders. The engineers I worked with were good and knew their stuff. HR management love sharing private information. Safety is an issue. Forklift drivers are deadly there. Ultimate reason I left.
Machine Operator in Woodbridge, ON
on 4 May 2020
Work life is good,salary should be better but i have learned , how to work in a quiet environment by myself.
Care about staff, flexible . Managers always on the floor to support staffs. Most enjoyable part about this job it's very hands on and you are able to think while working keeps your mind active.
Machine Operator/Forklift Operator in Woodbridge, ON
on 26 March 2020
Not a good place to work with. Job is disorganized. Lacked of respect from the Management. You signed for an AFTERNOON SHIFT contract but they will forced you to work in Continental shifts.
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Insights from 17 Indeed users who have interviewed with Pliteq Inc. within the last 5 years.
Interview is easy
Process takes about a week
Many pertinent questions
Shared on 16 June 2020
Basic stuff. Getting the job is the easy part. Wanting to stay after words is the real challenge
Shared on 29 June 2019