Rough edges, but mostly VERY good workplace & staff
I did forklift order picking and staging work mostly. Increased the # of counterbalance forklifts EVENTUALLY, but some had fast draining batteries, or still not enough for all the workers, but u could switch to manual order-picking to help. Almost always work to do, so no FAKE sweeping to look productive. Training was a lil weak, but almost no one got mad, and instead informed me of mistakes. It was a relaxing place with no helicopter supervision, nor termination without supervisors correcting you first (as long as you were competent). Huge inventory is in the outdoor yard, so dress correctly for being out there 11+ minutes if your order wave includes big stuff. Occasional OT available, but not forced. I recommend here to anyone competent and responsible; they want permanent staff usually. It's a tiny bit social at most.
There'd be a few coworkers who'd be condescending, short tempered, yet avoidable. Follow all forklift regulations, realize you're lifting oddly shaped skids w/expensive products, read the long product numbers correctly, and you're fine.
The warehouse was FILTHY, down to the trucker bathroom. Cobwebs at every level on walls and some shelving spaces and black dust almost everywhere, from IDK what source since there wasn't any industrial pollution or anything. No cleaner or staff would take a broom to that, so lots of crawlies emerge from stuff you lift by MHE. They moved to a brand new clean place in Vaughan, but I doubt they'll do upkeep.