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A typical day at work would consist of preparing and organizing for production. Must have great communication skills and work well with others. Very repetitive work including heavy lifting, walking, bending, pushing etc. Great place to work to earn good money. Just be prepared to work 12 hour shifts.
12 hour shifts days and nights
its a good place to make money but sometimes the schedules suck. the firts day give you a day shift then the next day evening and the third day night shift.
sometimes need to work fast
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...
this was a great place to work, your coworkers were fun and friendly and your supervisors were down to earth and very understanding. i was hired through a temp agency for a summer position. I had a lot of fun here and met a lot of great people making it a wonderful experience and pleasant place to work. I did 12 hour rotating shifts with 3 breaks throughout the shifts. honestly you couldn't ask for a better company to work for, they treat their employees great, they buy lunch for you on holidays if your working and they have all the tims coffee you could drink! the lunch room has a tv, computers and all the essentials for the kitchen to feel like home. They allow you to explore new areas and you constantly have the chance to learn new things.
great environment, explore new opportunities to learn and gain new skills, rotating shifts allows for more time off
12 hour shifts can sometimes drag
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Great for students it is fun and easy. Everybody there are nice. Sure it is hard work for 12hrs a day, but it is easy and can be fun when you meet somebody and talk to them and the day just goes by
Free Tim donuts during launch time sometimes
none just long hours
The job was self rewarding as far as building good relationships. Keeping the place running. Downfall was day to day operations were not scheduled properly. Working alone with not enough staff on shifts was a safety issue.
All you are doing here is packaging food. And that is it really. I was in high school when I worked for them however the people there are kind. Everything is peaceful although that is not taking in account of the person that you are working with.
free food sometimes
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
Make various baked goods fresh and frozen. Very big on cleaning. Fast paced environment good benefits and plenty of work to go around. Multicultural company.
Opportunity to grow with company
High turn over of production employees
Loved it there really cool people learned a lot about the product they were making was good pay long hours suckedrotating afternoons mornings and nights
pizza and donuts
Very poor organization Work schedules done in pencil No stable work schedule - expect regular calls in the middle of the night to start 6am shifts Eventually, stole part of my wages. Forgot to pay or something.
Aryzta is a great place to work. I enjoy every one of my shifts. All employees are very friendly, and extremely helpful. Night shifts are a little hard, but you get used to them eventually.
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
Long hours but easy work. High production - This facility produces millions of individual bakery products daily. Daily QA samples were available to employees.
Free donuts - QA Samples
12 hour shifts
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