Van-Whole Produce
3.6 out of 5 stars.
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Van-Whole Produce Careers and Employment

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  • Founded
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
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Truck Driver - Class 5

Vancouver, BC

$16 - $18 an hour
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1 day ago

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Warehouse Worker - Packing

Vancouver, BC

$16 - $17 an hour
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Warehouse Worker - Receiving

Vancouver, BC

$16 - $17 an hour
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Warehouse Worker

Vancouver, BC

$16 - $17 an hour
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Receiving Department Head

Vancouver, BC

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Warehouse Worker Full time or Part Time

Nanaimo, BC

$16.75 an hour
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30+ days ago

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Quality Assurance in Vancouver, BC
on 2 November 2020
Van whole assmunches!
Department heads can either be nice / mean. They don't allow you to talk to other people. They want you to work as a robot. Crazy, right? Work was stressing already, but I was watched by my supervisor. It's scary. You got to experience it to feel what I'm feeling after your 3 months probationary period.
Production Packer in Vancouver, BC
on 9 October 2020
Productive workplace
It is a busy place, for sure you will never get bored. The best advantage, in my opinion, is the flexibility of the schedule, however for long periods of time work can be repetitive.
Accounting Clerk in Vancouver, BC
on 19 April 2020
Productive and fun work place
I find Diversified is a great place to either gain experience for jobs or to keep yourself afloat until something more permanent comes up. The people are pleasant and helpful. It's never boring, which would be why I still work for them.
Shipper/Receiver/Order Picker in Nanaimo, BC
on 20 January 2020
Great place!
I had a great time working with the crews here. A little tension between the overnight and morning crews, but they’re all good folks. There was a management shift as I was leaving that didn’t seem to be for the best, but other than that, I was treated very well by this company.
Warehouse Worker in Vancouver, BC
on 22 November 2019
Rude People, The manager is the king and is not willing to listen
It is not the best place to work. If you are not Chinese, you might suffer because some of the supervisors do not want to speak in English. Lack of communication between all departments, The manager is the king and he is not willing to listen to the staff. Basically you are no one, it does not matter how well you do your work. They will promise you wage raises, training, and benefits but they give you anything. Workplace culture is very aggressive and rude. No benefits
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