Night Shift Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 20 August 2013
Worked here for over a year with what I thought was a very good work ethic. But after 13 months with no raise and getting full time hours cut from 40 to 37 I had to leave and find something better. Co-workers were great but management and staff are hard to communicate with working over nights.
fair breaks, easy work, high safety standards
Management doesn't care about night crew, hours cut back often
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – London, ON – 24 May 2018
Working as the outdoors sales associate, it is a decent job for the summer and if you like to be outdoors for most the day, then this one of them.
Heavy lifting is expected, although frustrating at times as they refrain from utilizing tools or machinery to more efficiently and effectively transport patio stones from one end to the individuals car. You can be expected to not only bring, but load them into the car by hand. Although not afraid of physical labour, they require you to be in full sun and each stone can weigh upwards of 90 lbs. Sometimes having lineups of customers waiting for you to hand deliver them. The location where I had worked, they only had me do this job as my other co-workers were unable to do this.
Organized, good hours, may not need a gym membership