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SUNRIPE Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Will Willemsen
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Food Service


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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 21 reviews and is evolving.


Part-time cashier in Sarnia, ON
on 8 March 2020
a wonderful experience
this was my first job experience. i really enjoyed my time working in this job position and would go back if applicable. staff is extremely friendly and supportive.
Bakery Clerk in Sarnia, ON
on 4 May 2021
Not worth your time
Was there for a couple months and quickly found out this wasn't the place or work environment i was looking for, i thought working in the bakery would be a great experience since i have a passion for it but i was wrong. Co-workers and management talk behind your back and belittle you, you seem to be criticized about everything you do even when you're doing everything right, you bust your butt and get shown no appreciation when you go above and beyond your job responsibilities.For the amount of work you are required to do and only getting a minimum wage pay not to mention the hectic work environment,i would save yourself the hassle and look for something better.
Produce/cashier in Sarnia, ON
on 20 August 2020
Best job I ever had until I started my own business.
I loved my time at sunripe, which was my first job, and took me through my 5 years in high school. The owners felt like family to me as did a lot of fellow employees. Someone would always offer to give me a ride home if it was raining, or we just got out late. They would put on really nice Christmas dinners for us, and I never had any issues with getting time off when needed. I enjoyed this job so much, the people who trained me and the managers I worked with at the time taught me so many skills that I have still used at every job since. I felt like I got to know so many regular customers, which was also a great part of the job. On super busy holiday weekends, I enjoyed the mayhem and challenge of getting everything done, and the crazy fast pace required to survive. This place taught me how to work hard and to really care about the quality of the work I do...displays were always made sky high and looked so pretty. I’d have a sense of accomplishment when a whole section was finished, and it would just look so beautiful. Though I’m a petite female, I grew some pretty impressive muscles (which I still sport today, nearly 15 years later). I was proud to work here, and I treasure many memories. In fact I still keep in contact with a few employees from when I did work here all those years ago. I would totally work here again, part time as a side gig, since I have my own business now. Loved it.
Night Baker in Sarnia, ON
on 31 May 2020
Good staff
Was a good environment to work at made new friends learned a lot of new stuff and new ways on how to bake different things they made. Also was able to expand my bakery experience
Produce Clerk in London, ON
on 18 January 2020
Window Dressing
Boring and repetitive work will leave you feeling unfulfilled. Owners spend too much time psychoanalyzing their staff and trying to mold their thought processes and not enough time listening to them. The atmosphere in their stores is similar to a museum; cold, dark and lifeless. Prepping their many products consists of repackaging known brand names under ludicrous names designed to pad the owner’s egos. Overall, working here is disheartening and transitory.

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