Utility man (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 7 September 2018
nice work place, as long you can fulfill your duty no problem. I mean give and take, its a lot of rules specially in the floor sometimes too stress but they doing their job only to be safe for workers and for company.
PAYMENTS PROCESSOR (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 10 September 2018
I loved everyday that I worked for Saputo. The only down fall was when Head office closed our department and moved the work to Montreal as part of their ongoing strive for efficiency within the company
Process Operator (Former Employee) – OTTAWA ONTARIO – 16 August 2018
Enviroment was great to work in. Never a dull moment. Co workers were great to work with. Something different everyday to do. A typical day was 12 hours 3 times a week monday thru wednesday. Management had their days.
General Labourer (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 29 July 2018
You start off as an on-call so it's not that great but whats worse is you can get called at midnight or 2am and they will ask you to somehow get there in 30 minutes. Most of the co-workers are easy to get along with but the mood around the lunch room is pretty gloomy. Senior co-workers can look intimidating but they are actually the nicest and will give you good advice. Some can be a bit harsher than others. Like most warehouse managements these days, it is run by some seriously power tripping people. Within the time i stayed, i've seen dozens of new hires get fired or yelled at for something they we're told to do by management. New hires are constantly worried if they're going to be the next ones to get booted. Graveyard shifts are the most enjoyable because it's very chill, can talk with your co-workers and get work done at the same time without managers giving you the stink eye. If you're a student or a young adult looking for any job then it's not a bad place to start, just be prepared to constantly be ready for a call to come to work at any given moment.
two breaks and a lunch. Four day work. Awesome Co-workers
Can end up working 8 straight days. Head Management has anger issues. Can be stressful.
DC Operator (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 2 June 2018
The day shift tended to get away with a lot when I was there. They did enough to get them by then left the rest for afternoon & night shifts. Lots of room to move up if your willing to learn the ropes though.
Saputo bought out a local dairy plant with promises of expansion and growth. Just 2 years later they had closed the doors for good. A lot of hard working dedicated people lost their lively hood with them closing.
Good environment. Everyone is treated like a family member.
Team Member (Former Employee) – Georgetown, ON – 30 April 2018
A typical day of work would be me starting a 3:30 pm and then staying till 2:00 pm. I learned better team management skills and what a great culture based company Saputo really is. This job was not difficult and I loved coming to work every single day but had to leave because of school but as of now I can work full time.
Warehouse supervisor (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 31 March 2018
Very poor leadership. Priority's kept changing. What was top priority one month was never brought up again. Manager set a poor example. Fast paced environment made the shift go buy quickly. Unionized staff mostly unhappy and not engaged.
Maintenance Electrician (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 15 March 2018
The goal of the company is the satisfaction of the customer through high quality of production and safe products. Ensure good communication and training are in place for the employees to ensure customer;s requirements are well understood and met