Quality Manager in Winnipeg is Power Tripping
sushi maker (Ancien employé) – Winnipeg, MB – 28 juin 2019
The job is easy but at the same time tiring. If you work at their commissary, you will find the process repetitive but chaotic. Thanks to their Quality Control Manager who was raised from Burma. I am not sure what her qualifications are but she is racist, ego maniac, as if I have applied as a dishwasher. She will find fault at you 1st day, 1st day!!! She is so proud of how she cleans the dishes like big time!! I think she has a degree in dish washing!
I believe she was raised from down below like hundred feet under. Some of the Burmese staff who follows her got the same attitude. They have the audacity to talk down on you but they don't even speak the English language. Would you imagine, you are trying to understand what they are talking about so you can contribute right away, in their minds, you are stupid for not getting what they are trying to tell you and at the end of the day they will decide that you can't catch up. In short, you need to learn that five is pronounced as
fa (literally) and that red is pronounced as re and that green is pronounced as gri (that's it, no n) (PS I wanted to stay on this job so i'm keeping my cool).
The pay is not high. I took the job because I thought they are fellow Asians, I will feel comfortable around them. Big mistake!
If you want to succeed here, you need to speak Karen, their native tongue or else you will be mistreated.
Don't tell me I didn't warn you.
For the Quality Control Manager, are you not getting sick of your own air? You breath arrogance!!!!!!. NO wonder the supervisor said you are mean!
flexible Plant Manager she is nice
watch out for the Burmese Quality Control Manager.