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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $100m to $500m (CAD)
  • Industry


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Warehouse Worker in Prince George, BC
on 6 May 2021
Not interested in making it better
The management team does little to help the operation side of things. They talk a lot but nothing has yet to improve or change. It's a decent place to work if your only interested in a pay cheque but it you're the type of person that wants to do more and try hard to make things better you'll just get frustrated and leave. They have a lot of people come and go.
Credit Assistant in Regina, SK
on 20 May 2021
Regina Location Credit Dept
The credit department is a mess, it is being run by a man that doesnt care about the employees' wellbeings, and who has slim to none knowledge about the actual workings of his own department, and would not be capable of training newcomers now that his entire Regina team has quit. The workplace is not covid safe, there is little sanitization and no one cares about social distancing. The credit department are fully capable of WFH, but the man running the department refuses to allow his workers to, or picks and chooses based on who knows what, despite productivity never being impacted when credit department was WFH in the early stages of covid. You definitely will be forced to do the jobs of others. There is absolutely 0 recognition for going above and beyond. The pay is also low for the industry. The only redeeming quality about the job was that the coworkers were great, but they have all since realized their worth and moved on.
Administrative Assistant in Delta, BC
on 6 January 2021
The people in Delta are kids in men/women’s bodys. Management are rude and dont like to help you learn. They throw you in this position and train you with very little info and when you ask questions they tend to humiliate you in front of the office with the expectation that you should know everything by now. Yup even in your first days there. This is such a stressful environment. The pay is so low for the work expected. Would not recommend working here unless you are on your last end. The language is very colourful too especially in the shipping office. You need to have a very thick skin to work in here. And they seem to want you to fail in your work so they can have something to complain about in their Monday meetings. “Very negative place”. Don’t do it unless you want to have drama in your life. Maybe ask them why there is such a high turn over in the reception area. And balance of workload is highly unfair. Unfortunately staff will not get to know you in the Admin role because they know you will not be around in 3 months. Tip: Look in managers calendar for your initials in 3 months time. That is your end date. Very high turnover.
Rodbuster/yardman in Vernon, BC
on 5 October 2020
Read to find out.
Worked here for five years. Most people who worked here are kids in mens bodys, Most guys are rude and dont like to help you learn thing. The pay was low for the work expected and the only thing I enjoyed while working here was the management of the branch. Corporate is a joke, I was never compensated for a raise that took over 7 months to get. Would not recommend working here unless you are on your last end.
Sales Administration in Fort McMurray, AB
on 10 September 2020
Good company to work for
Good working environment. Friendly co workers. Great support from the head office. I would have stayed but the market slow down made cut backs necessary.

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