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voir qu il ne manque pas de matière première pour la production pour avisé la personne de la réception .
i enjoyed working there, good people , multi cultural place, mostly chines ethnic, sometimes difficult to understand, you will get plenty of work, but there is jealousy going on between management. overall i would still go back there if i had too. i learned alot.
It's a good long term place but unless you're a "yes" man, you'll be stuck in your job They try to make you happy but with such low turn around in management, it's hard to move up in a decent time frame
loads of hours
too many hours sometimes
If you wanna work like a slave and stay a general labourer for years after years this is the place. They are all racist kurds and you have to be one of them to move up to an operator or lead hand. Good pay and overtime but terrible managers and no respect for anyone. When you have a problem you talk to the manager they laugh at you with the supervisors to your face (their cousins) terrible terrible place
Lots of work
Worst place ever
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This was a decent place to work when I started years ago, now it’s more or less terrible with the exception of the odd awesome person to work with. There’s a lot of new employees and for the most part are clueless about how to do their job. The training is terrible so it’s more or less at no fault of their own. They have new people training new people that still don’t know their job. All employees that have been there long term have a terrible attitude. The equipment is as old as the factory and things break down all the time. They never actually replace anything, just put temporary bandaids on them. The work you do isn’t appreciated whatsoever. You can go above and beyond and they don’t notice but if you make one small mistake it’s the end of the world. Most of the supervisors and team leads were decent but when it comes to upper management all they care about is themselves and their bonuses, you’re just a replaceable number. The continental shifts are 50/50, long hours that can really drag but a lot of days off in return. The only real bonus to this job is it does pay quite well. To be honest the pay isn’t worth the headache. Stay away from this place if you like your sanity...
Expected to be available 24/7 with no regard for personal life. Management treats stall with no respect and fosters a of bulling and ridicule. Staff treats temp workers like second class citizens and changes there schedule frequently with little notice or thought. Hardest part of job is dealing with the constant berating from plant leadership who are inadequately skilled to hold these positions.
Je vous donnerai en personne à notre rencontre. J' ai appris à travailler en équipe, etre plus responsable , à écouter les collegues de travail. Etre tres professionnelle .
UNE HEURE DE DINER
My job experience with Aryzta is going to be a little different than most as I worked in a student position. This means that I got paid half as much as all the other workers for doing equivalent work with no benefits and no sick days. The shifts are 12-hour continental with 15 minute meeting before the shift starts so you're at the factory literally a majority of your day when you're working and are allowed a grand total of 1 hour worth of breaks throughout the day. I never really saw the management and was more or less left on my own after less than 12 hours of "training".
overtime pay every two weeks
long hours, continental shifts, boring work
this was one of the worst jobs I have ever worked factory setting 12 hr shifts worked on a production line most mind numbing and mundane job new employees every day not surprised for the wages they offer, run around like an idiot while uneducated supervisors bark orders at you
Bonne ambiance de travail malgré le fait que le syndicat était revendicateur. Malheureusement 98 % de la production était pour un seul client sans désir notable de la direction pour chercher d'autre clients.
Manque d'amabition dépend d'un seul client
A typical day at work would involve completing an initial checklist in order to ensure the proper maintenance of all machinery, as well as consistently overlooking various production processes. Quality assurance also had to be maintained by inspecting various donuts, pastries and yeast products, as well as adhering to strict sanitary and food safety regulations. I learned how to manage various different responsibilities, as well as how to utilize effective teamwork, safety and organizational skills. The management was astounding; they were all kind, friendly and helpful, and were always there for you whether you needed extra assistance or advice. My team members and co-workers were also very similar; extremely helpful and kind, and taught me how to effectively utilize my communication and team based skills. The hardest part of my job was the full time 12 hour a day, 24 - 60 hour a week shifts. Another difficult aspect was 12 hour night shifts; it made it difficult to balance my professional and social life. The most enjoyable part of my job was that once you learned how to effectively complete your tasks, it became like second nature and made it easier to maintain proper efficiency of the products and machinery on a daily basis.
Excellent staff and coworkers, occasional free barbecues and lunches
Long 12 hour night shifts
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