It was great to experience this type of atmosphere in the HVAC industry.
Every day was busy with orders going out and coming in for the Atlantic provinces. There was a wide range of companies coming in for parts and orders and there was always talk about what was going on in the industry, this made it a great learning environment.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 9 July 2018
Worked there for close to 3 years at the DC in Markham which was a nightmare. Keep in mind the the "Glowing" reviews for Ontario are written by employees trying to make themselves look good for the upper management.
This company lies to you and treats you like garbage in the process. Avoid this company no matter what branch or DC in Ontario. The head office in Quebec is allowing this to go on and even pushing for it.
Go look for a better atmosphere company where you will be treated better
Branch Representative (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 17 January 2017
The day to day duties at Master Group involved a good amount of customer interaction within a very casual work setting. Management within the company was very fair and involved in special events and inventory for each individual branch. As previously mentioned it was a very casual environment so the people you work with become more like a small family. The most difficult thing was trying to manage the busy season in the summer. There is a huge demand by customers from April to September and sometimes trying to keep up with the demand was challenging. Overall a great experience and a great company to work for.
Should be rated at less than one star. Terrible company to work at
current employee (Current Employee) – Markham Ontario – 5 October 2015
If you want to be treated like garbage and be lied to all the time this is the place. Treat employees like third class citizens. Get a job at another company. This place is a joke to work for. No safety and all lies. Management should all be fired
planification et organisation d'événements (Current Employee) – Saint-Laurent, QC – 27 June 2015
Il ne s'agit pas réellement d'organisation d'événements car ils ont déjà une équipe du marketing qui s'en occupe.
C'est principalement des tâches administratives du genre remplacer la réceptionniste souvent absente et apporter un soutien aux directeurs.
Mis à part prendre des presences et commander les repas et placer les salles en consequences (ce qui représente 30% du travail), une personne désirant organiser des événements ne comblerait pas ses besoins.