Production Operator (Former Employee) – Phillipines – 12 December 2018
You have to do teamwork on your workplace, always listen to the supervisor or in your manager for what to do, to make your production very productive and dont have any issues, and your product is in good quality.
Mac Tools Returns Processor (Team Lead) (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 25 June 2018
Stanley Black & Decker had a positive workplace environment. My typical work day revolved around receiving and inspecting/ logging customer returns. Also, speaking with customers over the phone and in person to ensure they've received their early credit for their returns.
they demand loyalty from their employees but when it comes to loyalty from the company to their employees they do not know how to correspond in kind,
Draftsman / Document Control Specialist (Former Employee) – Lake Forest, CA – 27 April 2017
a typical day at work was continuing with anything that was not completed the day before, or checking with the supervisor for the next project, at black & Decker the drafter were confined to doing drafting, so did not learn anything (I already knew Mechanical Drafting) aside from my supervisor I had no contact with management, the work culture is great because they give the support needed
yearly picnic, Team Building activities
long hours when a project had to be done by a certain date
Inbound Logistics (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 25 October 2016
Cool company to work for. Good management. Organized and clean environment. Offered opportunity for advancement such as forklift/ reach training. Well organized inventory system. Everyone is pretty friendly and willing to help new people learn.
Product Specialist (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 21 October 2016
I worked here for three months. Apart from the management, The staff were great and helpful. If it weren't for the managment then I would definitely recommend anyone to apply there. I learned a lot being a product specialist dealing with customers as well as learning different systems such as SAP to view stocks and cash out customers.
Multiple positions (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 9 September 2016
I learned a lot of transferable skills such as communication, time management, mentoring and leadership as well as hard skills like Warehouse management system, RF scanning technology. Co-workers are fun and friendly. Very Multi-cultural environment! Hardest part is commute. Most enjoyable part: being able to work in a positive environment (most of the time) music is often allowed. Management is wishy washy, too many people trying to be or act like management as well mixed messages get sent. Communication on that level is not that great.
Provided free lunches, and incentives for doing OT (even above the pay)
day shift is very early for a commuter, punch clock system.
Canadian Finance (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 7 August 2016
The Mississauga head office is generally a so-so place to work at.
Pros include decent co-workers, compensation generally in-line with the market and a brand name that external companies recognize
Cons are a bit longer.... -Incredibly incompetent senior management team, specifically in the Canadian finance department with top management generally clueless about even the simplest of finance concepts, along with top management clearly playing favourites (ignoring everyone else) -US counterparts can be a handful to deal with -General lack of direction/motivation/long-term vision within the organization...seems to be a month by month operation (strat plan is a joke) -Forget about career progression here; company is pretty lean and has not been growing notably for a number of years (layoffs, on the other hand, happen on a fairly regular basis)
Long story short, I don't regret my time here but I would definitely not recommend this place to anyone who is competent and has the ability to look for something better at a more dynamic organization.