Avis d'employé sur Brasseries Labatt
Fast Paced Enviroment
Always challenged in an ever changing workplace. Lots of Training learning opportunities. I completed a 3 year apprenticeship program here with the outcome of an Interprovincial Red Seal in Millwright.
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Équilibre vie professionnelle / personnelle
Salaire / avantages sociaux
Sécurité de l'emploi / évolution de carrière
Good Pay, Good Work Life Balance
No Room For expansion in the field.
I hate to be so negative, but this company has gone to heck in a hand basket! So sad. I am grieving for the once great Canadian company this once was. I will be leaving soon after almost 2 decades in. Can’t do it anymore. Don’t come here. Very bad work environment
Too many to list
The brewery is every Millwright's candy land. I worked with awesome people The work was interesting Learned a lot They seemed to like me down there.
The work was really good! A good experience, competent people.
They only hire Journeyman full-time
Typically daily routines involve morning team meetings, followed by daily production balancing of the previous days production. Then there is always a raw material inventory count happening daily to ensure all just in time deliveries are going to meet the weekly production schedule. There is a weekly balancing of the sales to certain vendors as well as cross reference check with inventory cycle counts done daily to make sure all produced finished goods are accounted for. Then there are weekly and monthly end reports done up on Microsoft excel to record individual daily productions and sales. Inventory counts include raw materials from glass bottles to ingredients to bottle stoppers and labels. Also weekly counts of products in the warehouse are done in order to make sure all numbers from head quarters add up to our numbers produced in the system. The warehouse is also audited weekly to check for quality assurance. From tightness of shrink wrap around the finished product to pallet squareness of stacked pallets in the warehouse, all of this is recorded and put into the weekly reports. The beer on hold is checked daily and when passed inspection from quality it is either released back to the storage or sent back upstairs to be dumped and re ran. The hours are normal operating times from Monday to Friday eight am to six pm. There is a huge sense of culture in all Labatts operating facilities. The hardest part of the job is making sure all counts are completed on time and entered into the system before the deadline so that all numbers will be in order before daily production begins. - plus...
Many team employee functions, weekly lunches and friendly staff.