TCL Supply Chain
Happiness score is 44 out of 100
2.3 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
  • Headquarters
    26875 96 Avenue
  • Link
    TCL Supply Chain website
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Acheson, AB

4 jobs


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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 83 reviews and is evolving.



Operations Manager in Acheson, AB
on 26 January 2023
Newer Facility
it is a performance based job. so you have to be efficient and honest about time. Leaders are pushed to achieve high results. I was senior leader quit after 6 months not impossible but demand a lot for a father with younger kids at time. lots of great people there though
Material Handler in Acheson, AB
on 28 January 2023
Not fun to work in the freezer
Freezer gears are in poor conditions, ripped and torn. Some of the managers, team leaders are not nice, they always want you to go home, or sometimes they will tell you to provide your own freezer gear to work in the freezer.
Picker in Acheson, AB
on 13 January 2023
Great work out and incentive pay
Met a lot of fun and interesting people working here. Pay is pretty mid-level, but there are incentives for picking accuracy that results in bonus pay. Lots of repeated movements so remember to stretch!
Order Picker in Acheson, AB
on 11 December 2022
Fast paced but fair workplace culture
You’re really expected to hit your productivity goals as a picker, but you’re compensated for exceeding them and management helps you improve to achieve that. They have an on-site physiotherapist and put a lot of emphasis on making sure you’re lifting safely. They sometimes have free lunches on sundays. Worst part of the job is using very unreliable technology which can be super annoying. People have thrown their headsets on the ground and smashed them in frustration before quitting, so patience is important. Overall though people are friendly and it does feel like management cares about you most of the time. You can also work as much overtime as you want because they’re usually behind on productivity and will need extra work.
Warehouse associate/reach operator in Edmonton, AB
on 10 December 2022
Absolutely terrible
They only care about numbers you are not important to them you are just another disposable employee they'll hire you for one task but put you on others if their performance isn't being reached despite you being in a freezer for the last 40 hours in a row, quite literally the worst place I've ever worked in my entire life

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a week

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What do you do to stay fit? What are the proper lifting techniques? Are you willing to work weekends?

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