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Labatt focuses on workplace safety above all else, stating that you should not ever perform any task that you are unsure about. This results in a company culture that prioritizes getting home safely and minimal workplace injury. Different obstacles arose daily, and learning to solve different problems was a valuable skill to take away. Interactions with management were always pleasant, although the difference in work style between the workers who had been there for many years and management was striking. A day at work was often rewarding, but working alone with minimal supervision could sometimes be daunting. All in all, an interesting learning experience and a look into an industrial setting for students.
Good benefits, learned problem-solving skills, good company culture
rotating shifts, on your feet a lot
My experience with Labatt was very poor. The facility was depressing, no one wanted to be there. I was given a job that I did not sign up for, and I did not feel respected by management.
There is palpable antagonism between workers and management. Workers though, are mostly pleasant and helpful and collaborative.
I have never had a union job before so the culture was a bit alien to me. Most of my co-workers work hard and are friendly and helpful but they dislike and distrust management. The only way to make any money there is to work 7 days.
This is a good place to work if you have little or no work experience, top100 company looks good on a resume. Managers have poor communication but are not bothered by it. You feel like just another number. Do some research and see what others have said before you apply.
Free case of beer every two weeks
Zero incentives, toxic work environment. Managers have very little experience, and micro manage employees
Want work/life balance? Look elsewhere. A company that can force people to work beyond their scheduled shifts with a team of 20 year old managers. Advancement? Work as a full time temp making $17/hr for 4-6 years and ~maybe~ you'll be hired as a full time employee. Easy work but when management doesn't know how to do their job, it makes your job 100x more difficult.
Poor management, no work/life balance, forced OT, little room for advancement
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typical day at work is usually fast paced, and competetive learned to stay out of peoples way and that not everyone has your best interest, although that is not the feel of the environment management is somewhat easy going but does not fully comprehend the rhyme and reason for environment and situationals on the floor the hardest part of work is meeting the quota, (from a warehouse associates perspective) and the mandatory overtime the most enjoyable was the compensation on benefits and bonus incentives
Long hours, competitive staff, forced overtime
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