Lacks upper management and structure in the Toronto office.
A day at Eassons is always misguided and a hands on place where one needs to be on top of their game. Management in the head office is great to work with but there is not much support from the Toronto office. Co-workers are good to work with but lack supervision. The hardest part of the job is not having enough freight to move the trucks and no sales team in the Toronto office.
To sum it up in a word, "chaos". Place is completely chaotic cause nobody knows what is going on. Training is a joke. No set hours, never know when you will be done. Horrible place filled with some vary self centered, selfish individuals.