The Linde Group
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    $1m to $5m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining, Utilities
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Customer service and product support in st Hubert
on 17 September 2018
office in st hubert is small and friendly
I world in thé St Hubert branch. small store. Friendly, latest technology. They have many branches and divisions. The culture is open and employee oriented. Safety is their priority
Bilingual credit collection in Brampton, ON
on 19 August 2021
Great place to work
Great place to work and excellent management! Everyone is friendly, helpful and professional it’s a very busy environment so the day fly! BBQ usually before the long weekend. I do recommend if you are looking for employment!
Driver in Whitby, ON
on 30 October 2018
Don't Apply to Whitby Location
I applied to work as a DZ driver for Linde. On the phone the recruiter talked about how they are a huge multinational company worth billions. Then I get to the site for the interview. I'm told the position I'm applying for is the second driver for the terminal, that one of the drivers wants to move to a position inside the terminal. I would have brought the staffing level to 4 for the terminal that services the entire Toronto area. During the interview the guy tells me what a terrible job it is, how they were prosed new trucks a year ago, and how they have been trying to hire a driver for almost 2 years now. I said I was willing to give the job a chance anyways, but they declined to hire me because I didn't have the 3 years of experience required for the job. I went to a college for my DZ training and have 20 years of driving experience with regular class vehicles, and said I was willing to do whatever training they would require and that I was willing to do a road test for them so they could see my driving skill. They won't take new drivers, and anyone with experience would see how much of a s#@t show it is the second they walk in the door, and won't work there. You can tell this company really cares about their employees, the way they screw their current staff for years instead of giving anyone a chance. This has been my experience with Linde, and I would never suggest anyone should apply there. They reposted the job a week before eventually replying to my email asking for an update because I was told I would get a call a day or two after we spoke on the phone.
Supply Chain Assistant in Montréal, QC
on 28 June 2017
Great place to learn
Good place to learn about supply chain. Very good company to work with, very organized. Everyone is willing to help and collaborate towards the common goal: improve as a company.
Sales Manager in Edmonton, AB
on 26 March 2017
Horrible organization. Treats employees like numbers.
This is an organization that unless you're in the right environment you're immersed in a ethically challenged culture. Worst managers; ever. Short sighted, mentally challenged, arrogant and a combination of the guy off Horrible Bosses (the movie) and Bill lumberg off office space. If you need to be there I would suggest use and discard when applicable, otherwise run away screaming.

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