Former employee furnace assist (Former Employee) – Chippewa, ON – 30 August 2018
The employees all are hoping for a new manager to come and pick up the moral aswell as listen to employees that mention quality issues but get looked at or treated like your an idiot and he knows it all. If he really used Lean six sigma he would see that the employee is the greatest asset to exicute it as they are the closest to the product and have many great ideas why not utilize it. We all put pants on one leg at a time. Were human too.
Production Manager (Former Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 20 June 2018
The manager of the Niagara Falls site has created a very toxic environment. Lots of turn over because of it. Work conditions are unsafe and extremely dirty. There is no support for new people and manager always look for what you do wrong. General Manager has been through several production mangers because no one will work for him because of his rude and autocratic manner. TOXIC place to work.
Production Supervisor (Current Employee) – Midland, ON – 7 March 2018
I just feel it's only a matter of time before they relocate to Mexico, and some of the best people I've ever had the chance to work with. I'm not getting any younger, it would be tougher to find a company when I am in my 50's
i enjoyed working for Saint-Gobain ME Holding,and the way we highlight on the cultural part, the e.learning program helped me to get additional important knowledge.the work environment was awesome, very nice interaction between employees.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 5 March 2015
Job consisted of working one on one with customers and sales rep throughout the eastern sea board. Dealt with sales reps to ensure customer satisfaction and with customers directly to fill their orders and needs. Learned how to work in a fast paced environment, meeting customer demands and concerns. Learned how to work in a team environment, helping and assisting team members to achieve customer satisfaction. The hardest part of my job was learning the individual needs of specific geographies and the customers dialects and slangs. The most enjoyable was definitely the people. It was a great place to work and an easy, friendly environment were everyone got along and worked together.
It was a good experience working in Saint Gobin a worldwide leader in the sustainable habitat and construction with operations in 64 countries.
Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – Mississauga – 26 January 2015
Just after my joining the Saint Gobin my boss was out of office for a week and I had to submit some important reports to senior management, at the same time there was some problem with the system, somehow I was able to manage the situation.
At Saint Gobain I learned many valuable skills which will be helpful in my profession.
The management style at Saint Gobain was informal and very friendly. Manager used to consult widely when a decision was called for and expect input from all concerned parties. The final decision remained, however, firmly with the manager and quick decision-making was respected by all.
My co-workers were very much cooperative.
The hardest part of the job was when my boss was constantly dropping work into my already overflowing "INBOX".