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Unilock is a good place to work if your a young man looking to make some honest money. It can be very physically demanding @ times and it takes some time to learn the Machinery. Training could definitely improve. The culture is mixed pending on what plant your working in. With the long hours and expectations to produce stone in a timely manner you can expect a stressful environment sometimes. The Manager’s can be alright sometimes but given any situation you better be prepared to keep busy at all times. Do not expect to leave early regardless of break down’s, there is lots of concrete waiting to be chipped and lots to be cleaned. If you don’t like dust this job is not for you. It is very dusty at time’s and also dirty. You are given a mask so I would definitely use it. When it comes to benefits they are amongst the best, your family will be well taken care of. It is hard to advance as there are many employees waiting for that opportunity and some will step on your toes to get there. Just be prepared to work long shifts and to work hard.
Long hours, Stressful environment
Unilock has a great pension plan and Benefits plan. That's the only pros. The cons are: You work 55+ hours a week. If there is nothing to do they still don't let you leave. Management is probably the worst I've ever experienced. They just sit in their offices. No support on the floor. No idea how to run anything so no support on troubleshooting. New guys get paid as much as veteran employees. To move up you need to be a yes man with no backbone. If they changed out management it'd be a great place to work. But no.... They promote the weak minded fat guys.
Management, bunch of know nothing egotistical know it alls.
The managers have no clue how to run their own lives little alone a company. They treat the works that have been there for years with no respect and pay raises are low to were new people are making the same as people who have been there for years. You will have no life and be treated like nothing for it. Job security is nonexistent since they can not call you back the fallowing year without telling you. WATCH YOUR BACK!!!
A good place to settle in long term, The wages and benefits along with pension are top notch. This is not Walmart and you are expected to work. Training is on par with others in the industry and the guys are great. Management will give as much effort as you give them, they are not going to support slackers. 11-12hr shifts just like any other heavy industry and if you don't want to get dirty occasionally I'm sure EB Games is hiring.
Wages, pension, paid break
Management is racist and incompetent.. Wage is good but you'll be doing the work of 3 men. They lay off everyone for 3 months a year as well. Not worth it. They expect 3 references for bo reason, everyone working there isn't even high school educated.
wage is decent
annoying coworkers, too much work, not enough job satisfaction
I have been an employee of Unilock for 1 year, this is a great place to work for. Company offers great benefits, pension and competitive salaries. Employees are treated well, and received many amazing perks such as fitness reimbursements, fruit Mondays, Tim Hortons Fridays. Company takes very good care of their employees and always looks for ways to improve the wellness of their employees. Great Company, Great Management Team !
I’m currently employed there...I don’t mind working so I like it. 55-60hrs per week....good pay and great benefits ...pension is awesome ! If you wanna make money but don’t wanna work then don’t apply here,,not for wimps. Great guys to work with but there are always a few who are jerks. It’s dirty for sure (its concrete stones people) they supply clothes pants and shirts. Management is meh but they all are lol. Do your job and go home the get paid ..it’s that simple.
Co-workers and pension, overtime $
11 hr days loud.
The company shares great values, putting safety before all. They offer competitive compensation and great benefits. The company has gone through alot of recent changes, trying to grow its business. Lots of new management and a growing staff. If you are not performing up to company standards you will be fired or transferred departments. They will see you either sink or swim and deal with you appropriately. You have to be on your toes and ready to work long and hard hours. Plant work is either very physically, or very repetitive. These workers have the longest hours (generally over 50 hours a week), but get overtime compensation over 44 which increases their pay significantly. There are plenty of chances to grow and get promoted within the company. You take the good with the bad.
Great group of people, competitive salary and benefits
Long Hours, some positions within can be physically demanding, routine-oriented
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