Quality Inspector (Current Employee) – Windsor, ON – 10 February 2019
Working at PIC group is really wonderful and learning. It is great to work with different power and quality measuring tools. It helps me to gain in-depth knowledge about various quality standards and techniques.
Quality Inspector (Former Employee) – Oshawa – 27 December 2018
I worked for this company about 8 yrs ago and I have to say that it was the best company I've ever worked for the employes were awesome to work for so we're the bosses it felt like a. family to me and the work was fun in my opinion I would love to work for you guys again
Quality Control Inspector (Current Employee) – Windsor, ON – 21 June 2018
Its a noramally on call job. So whenever they call you if your schedule is on on that day you have to go for inspection whereever they send you. PIC generally works to inspect automotive parts. The management are very professional and friendly.Employee can share their evrything. The main hardest part of this job is that it is very uncertain job. Working in PIC is very fun due its friendly environment.
Part Inspector (Former Employee) – St. Thomas, ON – 5 June 2018
Managers suck they dont help you with anything you are on your own...Their favourite people go on breaks as many times as they want!!! Lots of DRAMA!! No appreciation for the people that actually put an effort!!
Overall it was a good experience working with trigo The pic as the working atmosphere is safe and exciting.
Quality Inspector (Current Employee) – Ingersoll, ON – 5 May 2018
Working with TRIGO THE PIC group was excellent because of its techniques and quality checking methods. the working environment was safe with job security. The hardest part of the job was that tough filing work I did for 8 hours during few shifts.
Quality Controller (Former Employee) – Guelph ON Canada – 11 March 2018
PIC is a USA based company and have a small setup in Canada It has a call centre for clients and some inspection work is carried out in this facility.satisfactory and enjoyable environment and lot of room to learn. It is a company which deals with the third party inspection for clients. It is a good company to work. It has office in USA also.
Supervisor, Automotive Quality Inspector (Former Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 25 January 2018
Very demanding hours. There were weeks I had to work 7 days a week 12 hour days. I would receive calls at all hours of the night and expected to respond. Benefits and wages were cut for the employees each year.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – St. Thomas, ON – 24 November 2017
The PIC Group expects you to work 6 days a week and not have a life. I've worked there with hardly any training as a Lead Hand Supervisor.
First, I was offered the job and they provided me online modules to read on your own time. When you're done working a 10 to 12 hour shift, all you want to do is sleep. You have no time to read the training material.
If you are planning on advancing and moving up to Management, you better be ready for it because they will work you to the bone and expect you to know everything. They DO NOT properly train you! I was expected to go to their main office to complete the modules and I was literally left alone by myself.
As a Supevisor, you will be doing most of the work on your own. They expect you to know the facility (plant) itself when you don't where the work is being done. They expect you to know where the sorts are and the assembly lines are. They expect you to know the contracts of each job that needs to be done and time constraints are a major issue and they expect you to train the employee's when you don't know where or what is.
There is NO proper time management with The PIC Group. There is NO Proper training!
This is not a safe place to work at!
When your (team) shift fails, you get the blame for your teams mistakes.
They make you feel like incompetent, unworthy, helpless, useless, and it isn't your fault for improper training practices.
How can you do this job when inspectors expect you to know everything when you don't know yourself with what is when not properly trained.
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Improper training practices, unsafe work environment, long hours