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Je trouve cet endroit pénible pour travailler. Les heures pour ceux qui travail avec les agences sont incertaines. Le froid est un obstacle et les superviseurs ne respectent pas le personnel surtout ceux qui viennent des agences. Je ne recommande pas ce lieu. Le salaire est juste le minimum requis.
I worked at farm boy in trainyards with Rob Willis. Rob I hope you are reading this. You were completely out of line and unprofessional. Because of you I had depression, anxiety. Just a nightmare to get along with. You were 100% racists and feminists. You would sneak around to the back and smoke like you thought no one knew. But your breathe smelt like cigarette butt. You were so good at faking your role that no one would expect you to be a camellion. I feel bad for employees currently at farm boy. This place is just bad overall place to be at. Management is very poor. Awesome employees though,but they should get out. Specialist walk around like they run the show. Your job is not that deep and never greet or say hi to you. You are a specialist to a deli meat. The customers are disgusting. They treat everyone so poorly. It took me a lot to make this review but this place is awful. Rich people always think they are untouchable. You reap what you sow. I truly believe this place will go out of business one day. Expending too quickly and so is staffing issued increasing.
I guess benefits
Poor management, poor work place, mean customers, you are easily replaceable
Not a very fair company to work for. Will take advantage of you. They treat their staff horrible. They will take advantage of you. They take the side of the customer and leave their employees out to dry.
Discount off food
Long hours.. Lack of communication. Move you around alot
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Worked in supermarkets as a manager for 5 years.but when I joined the farm boy as a assistant manager and they didn’t paid enough salary,but that was my fault for saying yes for that amount. But what I find out,they were training all new managers for another new opening store and telling you if you work hard you might get chance as a manager at another store. Manager wont let you to take break after 3 hours 9
they make managers work on salary and then give them 44+ hours a week... so you work a minimum of 44 but most of the time you end up working 45-50 hours with no extra pay or overtime. farm boy has an elite team of micro managers. Over the course of one day you might switch a display three times depending on which manager or head office person walks by.
hours without pay or overtime. micro managers.
Customers are allowed to bully staff. Management never stands up for the employee. Dress code is ridiculous. No jewelry, no exposed tattoos, you’ll get sent home if you’re not wearing black socks or if your socks aren’t high enough to fully cover your ankle. The wage sucks. I was one of the top earning full time staff and I was making $14.00/ hour. Full time is typically only 32-34 hours/ week. Yet salaried department heads are expected to work a minimum of 44 hours.
I was hired as pt custodian went enjoyed working with the staff ,can be quite stressful at times, the manager liked my work ethic and changed my position to full time,until I applied for a transfer to another location, went well at first they even gave me two raises ,then one day I go in.to work and I was told I wasn't a good fit and let me go.
Management was always very communicative about what was going on and expectations. Had good work conditions and coworkers. Employees were recognized for their accomplishments.
Free lunches for employee of the week.
Constant rotating schedule
-The top management underestimate the department managers, too much involvement of Director at store level-store managers are young guys who lack full knowledge and experience- too much involvement of upper management. Rules and regulations keep changing, they have process in place- but unrealistic and get altered all times according to middle managers-no good raise for mangt. it’s already fixed, so no point of proving ur worth.- feels like I’m stuck due to bad situation in the market.
People come & go all the time including many temps & full-time workers (I suggest you quit before they fire you, cause they eventually will even if your the hardest worker they got). Nothing good to say about this place! Not worth the pay or benifits. Poor management & hours. They throw benifits in your face to hide everything that's wrong with this place. Benifits aren't worth it & dont injure yourself at work cause you wont get WSIB. They will force you to work elsewhere in the facility causing you to work & not heal or go home to heal but get no pay. To many workers currently in light duty due to work injury so they can avoid WSIB. If you apply here stay away from the Chef positions. Your under paid & treated very poorly.
I worked as a department manager at farmboy, after working at other grocery stores. The management at Farm Boy is laughable. The upper management are beyond incompetent and have no qualifications for the positions they hold. The company as a whole has no idea what goes on at store level, and the metrics they judge departments by are broken. I was very successful at this company and they wanted to move me up quickly, however I could not stand working in such a broken system when they were so against hearing any new ideas or ways to improve. Compensation was the worst I’d had at a grocery store as management. And they expect you to work well beyond your salaried hours, which left me making less than minimum wage most paycheques.
Long hours, low pay, terrible management
Honestly, super chill work place. Currently a department manager. Pay is decent, not enough to live on but decent. Coworkers are all really friendly, the upper management is great. My main issue is the amount of food waste and overall garbage farmboy creates with the amount of styrofoam they use and lack of recycling overall. The other thing is the work life balance. Long 44 hour weeks that 99% of the time turn into 50-60 hour weeks for all managers without overtime pay. Myself and all the other managers I know pull insane hours to make things look and run smoothly. With farmboy being a young company, its great for advancement if that’s what you’re going for. But if your looking for a job to work and go home when your supposed to and work on your own projects at home, dont go into management here. You will get chained to your job and have little energy or time for anything else.
Great people, good management. Good quality products.
Mass amounts of food waste. Long overtime hours with no extra pay. Hard work life balance
When I first started here started off great training was awesome we had a lot more hours. Then I’m not sure what happened over the last year just for whatever reason our budget are getting cut we have a hard time staffing expectations are increasing. Manager are expected to work 50 hours plus with no breaks most of the time. We are expected to work 12 hour days on holiday weekends. Store manager micromanage and manage by fear. Specialists are only worried about getting promoted and throwing manager under the bus. Hard time keeping manager. Over 30 have quite since I started. CEO and executives come visit the store and do not talk to anyone. You say hello to them and they walk away. They disregard on everything you do. You constantly feel like your going to get fired
Management, bullying, abusive, labour misconduct, 55+ hour work weeks