I worked at Sail for about 4 years. I left due to how stressful it got working there, poor management, conflicts of interest between employee and managers, and just overall not making it an enjoyable place to work. At the beginning I enjoyed going to work but after awhile it become dreadful.. there is a lot of favoritism that takes place where if you are well liked you will spend a shift in the managers office drinking espresso. There was always bad talk coming from managers about employees which is not professional in any way. I'm glad I left because there is a lot of stuff head office should know that took place there but never will know.
At first working at SAIL was an enjoyable experience, my coworkers were amazing and the management was good at the start. After 3 months in my department manager became very rude, and would point me out and make fun of me to other coworkers, my manager would talk behind my back, and belittle me during my shift. They would make rude and unnecessary comments that were not related to work at all. When I first applied they told me any day I needed off that were not busy holiday days (i.e Black Friday, Christmas, etc) they would not hesitate and allow to have that personal day. But instead they would always deny my request, they did not hold to their word. The whole management would belittle and talk behind your back. The management was also very sexist and would allow one gender more leniency than the other. When it came to disciplinary actions, if they do not like you, you would be the example, whereas if you are liked everything would slip under the rug. Also, even some of the managers do not follow the code of conduct when it comes to other employees, and allow their feelings to get in the way of the work capabilities which is unprofessional. In all, my coworkers and the customers was the only good experience I had working there, but the managers made my experience terrible to a point where I would rethink working there everyday.