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I worked full-time at Fujifilm for 3 months. I honed my customer service skills & communication skills. In addition, I learned how to work in a fast paced work environment with tight schedules and long but challenging working hours.
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It was a very productive and a nice place to work The company culture was great, pay was average for EAP work, a lot of great people work benefits. great culture, flexible environment, constantly changing job roles, easy to learn on the job, a place to build co-worker relationships, fair management team
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FujiFilm is decently paced warehouse with lots of fun personalities around you. It is repetitive work but that helps the time fly by. Calendars are punched and prepared and then packed the entire shift and it is very loud but not in a headache inducing kind of way.
Working as a Brand Ambassador for FujiFilm was a fun, creative experience. The best part of the position was connecting with artistic and creative citizens of Toronto. I also really enjoyed assisting clients make their own personalized items and teaching them how to use various FujiFilm products.
Applied for a data entry position and was made to believe that I was hired for that, turns out I was hired for light manual labour instead without any clear communication about the position or the change in pay and there was no interview process due to lack of work outside of Christmas so they rush hires. Said fine and tried the position for a while, but there was nothing to do most of the day as my position was over employed in preparation for the busy season and instead had to try and find something to do myself every single day but there was little to do most days until the busy season hit. The work is also seasonal for only October to December which means minimal job security so you might as well work somewhere else unless you need the position and can't find anything else.
Management, communication, job security, nothing to do
The season data entry position started very early at 7am and kept going till 7pm. The hardest part of the job was staring at the screen for 12 hours. It was my first job and it was great pay.
12 hour shifts of data entry
It's a nice to work there , You will get lot of experience in there different departments also nice people that you get to work with but the negative things are that there isn't stability in work and the company policy is that they don't hire any body so that means there is no benefits and anytime they can make you leave work without even an excuse .
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no stability, no benifits, low paying
It requires people to work 12 hours a day on a weekend shift. Even if they provide 4 breaks it's still not enough because your feet will really hurt1 So just be prepared if you wanna work there.
This job taught me a lot on photography and being a photographer. The most Fun is the field jobs. You get to go around the city and sometimes in other places too. Also my co workers couldn't have been more kind to me.