World Duty Free Group Careers and Employment
- Company size1,001 to 5,000
- Revenue$500m to $1bn (CAD)
- IndustryRetail & Wholesale
Rating is calculated based on 524 reviews and is evolving.
Warehouse Operative in Runnymede
on 15 May 2020
Worked nights which is a more relaxed shift than days, the job is physical you are always on the go.Main job at WDF is to pick and pack. There are two main areas you pick in on the warehouse floor, one side is where you pick perfume, cosmetics and gifts (as in watches, sunglasses, souvenirs etc), on the other side of the warehouse you pick tobacco, liquor and confectionary this you do with either a RF gun or voice which is the method they prefer as it's hands free.
WTM in Runnymede
on 1 February 2021
Useless shift leadersThe company itself was alright. I worked there for less than a year. The shift leaders were the worst part of the company. They were full of themselves and working like dogs without using their brain to keep their managers happy. Sometime they make you feel like they don't deserve to get in that position because of their stupid deeds. In the beginning I was so excited and everything look nice but all my expectations went in vain. I went there planning to stay for a while but I left it because I didn't like the way the management runs the place there. I am glad I left it in good time. I now have a better job with better salary.
Store Manager in Richmond, BC
on 20 October 2020
Together we can!I was lucky enough to work with a fantastic group of managers that support and help each other through every step in this challenging yet rewarding retail environment. My team of supervisors are all extremely dedicated to their work, and will do their absolute best to achieve all their targets and goals. My sales associates are some of the best sales people in this entire industry, having immense product knowledge and the drive to secure every sales opportunity available. This is definitely a great place to learn, grow, and better yourself in the process. I would have stayed with this company long term had it not been for the negative impact of COVID-19. Nevertheless, I loved every moment I had working with those fantastic people.
Sales Associate/Cashier in Vancouver, BC
on 8 August 2020
Incredible busyextremely busy and rasisit specially mandarin speakers no respect others At work speak each other chinese launguage,,,,, poor English employees a lot I do not recommend this job if you are not Chinese Very uncomfortable gossip You will loose yourself there...
Coordinaciòn y Asociado de Ventas in British Columbia
on 31 July 2020
relajadotrabajo en equipo, funciones asignadas y bien definidas.
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