Utility Specialist (Ancien employé) – Creston, BC – 5 septembre 2019
On the surface it looks like a great place to work, but once you dip your feet into the water you realize they find any reason possible to give you the lowest salary possible. Yes there's a pay range for every band within the company but guess what everyone at that band is making the same amount and is at the very bottom of that range.
The bonus, if you ever get one, looks good on paper but 0% of 15,000 is still $0 so what's the point of working harder when sales in South America decide more how much bonus you get than what you do in your own job.
The whole job culture is built on lies, one person fakes their "hard work" until they get promoted and they leave a big stinky pile of <inappropriate language> for the next person, then the next person cleans up that <inappropriate language> that was left behind and again fakes it until they get promoted and this just keeps happening.
Now you could have 10, 20 or even 30 years of experience but if unless you are coming from a University from Ontario they don't want you and they won't promote you. But hey who doesn't love listening to a 23 year old kid that has never managed people and never even drank beer before.
Lastly there are a couple managers that will lie, cheat, steal and fake paperwork to get rid of the competition for their promotion. In fact he faked a safety violation against another manager to get his position.
Engineering Intern - Brewhouse Manager (Ancien employé) – London, ON – 5 novembre 2019
You are able to learn a lot, very quickly. Great place to work as an intern. Fast paced company, though there is a lack of work-life balance. You get moved around rapidly, enough to learn a lot, though not enough to become an expert in any of the roles you will play.