Office Clerk (Former Employee) – Pratts Food Service Calgary – 23 October 2018
I worked here briefly, and was looking for a new job almost immediately. The head office staff was horrible. You'd find one online shopping all day, another wandering around talking about her personal life all day then complaining she had to work late because she was so busy, another was a family member....she got away with tons. Everyone looks unhappy and glum and are unfriendly. I would never recommend this place again. I was so happy to flee.
If you want to call it a pro....food samples..usually expired
Delivery Driver/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Balzac, AB – 6 October 2017
Greatest job and a progressive company. Great job security with an eye on customer service and employee retention. They provide the tools to succeed in the chosen position and extremely helpful throughout the commencement of your employment.
Driver (Current Employee) – head office – 16 August 2017
Not at all a good place to work. Abusive supervisory staff and co-workers, management turns a blind eye to this and will not address it.
Promised raises and benefits are not given - work expectations are unreasonable and well beyond the scope of one's job title. Salary is not commensurate with work expectations. Unaddressed, hazardous conditions exist in workplace.
Unrealistic job expectations that place employees under a great deal of stress and have contributed to workplace fisticuffs between employees.
Mandatory, excessive overtime that leaves employees burned out and overtired in the workplace - more unwanted stress.
Expect false promises and no follow through. No career advancement, no future.
excessive overtime, low wages, stressful work environment
Produce Picker (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 4 June 2014
A typical day was picking orders for customers and restaurants across Saskatchewan. I've learned how to build an order to ship, how to drive a pallet jack and a forklift and how to ship and receive. Management was good all the managers were nice people. My co-workers were nice and fun to work with. Hardest part of the job was making sure you build a pallet correctly for shipping and in a fashionable time. The most enjoyable part was working with great people.
Free product if it was damaged or close to expired
Management promises a raise but you never get one.