Carry out/paint department assistant (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 25 February 2018
- this position was mainly for bringing in the carts from outside and to also clean up the outside garbages. - with a bit a leisure time i was able to learn a little bit from other departments while lending a hand when ever apprpriate
Retail Cashier (Former Employee) – Trenton, ON – 21 February 2018
loved seeing people and learning lots about the company, management people were great, most of the staff were very easy to work with. good hours, learned how to do the cash register, cash debit, and transactions, followed the invoices to put in the computer,
seeing everyone and getting out of the house
doing 42 hrs a week and considered part time, but now thats the way it is
Receiving Audit Clerk (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 February 2018
Steaff are hard working and responsible but the store managers is not fully understood what the staff are doing. Learnt new things as you have to work multiple task inthe shift. Usually you have to work with new staff frequently as the staff turn over rate is high.
OUTSIDE SALES REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Waterdown, ON – 18 February 2018
I look forward going to work. Check to see if orders ready and notify customer's shipments on-route. Management in the store and employees work as a team. Help and solutions are always arranged. Then I go on the road to see potential new customers. This is, the most enjoyable part of my job, especially taken on new clients.
I set my own schedule.
Non Cons based on my position as Outside Sales person.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Peterborough, ON – 13 February 2018
The manager and assistant manager that work there are giant jerks. Very rude and not lenient about calling in sick. Some employees were very nice. Do not recommend anyone to work at this establishment!
Night Crew/Receiving & Stock (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 February 2018
Stock changes seasonally, requires attention to details to provide best customer shopping experience. Generally, a fairly laid-back approach to customer service. Employees need to be familiar with the products they represent to aid customer purchasing choices.
flexible work schedules, great for college students needing limited days
Can be stressful. Some heavy lifting may be required.
Lumber Yard Worker (Former Employee) – London, ON – 26 January 2018
I had fun working at Rona, The breaks were pretty decent.. Some days the work gets pretty repetitive and some customers can be extremely rude but other than that it's a great place to learn basic customer service skills.
Had very good days at work, with many good experiences furthering my customer service skills as I worked with people every day. Senior staff was very friendly as they helped transition me into a new worker into a good worker showing me what I needed to do jobs as well as teaching me.
discounted food at food truck in parking lot, free lunch sometimes